Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
JacobHazel

Fi 18in SP4

36 posts in this topic

Anyone own this sub or have heard it.. i am trying to figure out if i should buy it or not! i know i am going to need Alot more power for it and i know i am getting another batt, a H/O alt, and going to 0 gage wire.. but is it a pretty good sub? its gonna be my first 18 and it says it can be sealed do yall think it would sound good? and does any know roughly know the weight of it!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Didn't you say in your other thread that you already bought it? Also I don't think many people can review the sub because its farely new still. You should do a nice ported box to spec.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Anyone own this sub or have heard it.. i am trying to figure out if i should buy it or not! i know i am going to need Alot more power for it and i know i am getting another batt, a H/O alt, and going to 0 gage wire.. but is it a pretty good sub? its gonna be my first 18 and it says it can be sealed do yall think it would sound good? and does any know roughly know the weight of it!

Weight it 70lbs shipped. As for reviews... there are none, And the only picture I have seen from them are on the site.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

if you have the money to buy all the other stuff go for it but dont put it in a sealed box ported is better. what kind of amp are you looking to get.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Putting an sp4 in a sealed box is like paying for a hooker to clean your bathroom. Ya it'll work. But why the fuck would you put her in there.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Anyone own this sub or have heard it.. i am trying to figure out if i should buy it or not! i know i am going to need Alot more power for it and i know i am getting another batt, a H/O alt, and going to 0 gage wire.. but is it a pretty good sub? its gonna be my first 18 and it says it can be sealed do yall think it would sound good? and does any know roughly know the weight of it!

Weight it 70lbs shipped. As for reviews... there are none, And the only picture I have seen from them are on the site.

damn.. and yeahh i know its new.. when did they come out with it? and yeahh i have bought it but it hasnt completly transfered yet and i could stop it :P but yeahh i wasnt sure about the sealed for a 18.. and i was looking at the digital designs M2b.. but im not sure if that would be good for it or not! do yall have any suggestions for amps! and i wasnt going to put it in a sealed box but i saw they said you could and ussally your not suppose to with 18s i was just wondering but its going in a ported box for sure

Edited by JacobHazel

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Anyone own this sub or have heard it.. i am trying to figure out if i should buy it or not! i know i am going to need Alot more power for it and i know i am getting another batt, a H/O alt, and going to 0 gage wire.. but is it a pretty good sub? its gonna be my first 18 and it says it can be sealed do yall think it would sound good? and does any know roughly know the weight of it!

Weight it 70lbs shipped. As for reviews... there are none, And the only picture I have seen from them are on the site.

damn.. and yeahh i know its new.. when did they come out with it? and yeahh i have bought it but it hasnt completly transfered yet and i could stop it :P but yeahh i wasnt sure about the sealed for a 18.. and i was looking at the digital designs M2b.. but im not sure if that would be good for it or not! do yall have any suggestions for amps!

Guessing early November..

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

a sundown 3500 or an audioque dc

Is there really much of a diffrence.. i havent dealt with bigger amps like this and the M2b is cheaper

M2B

Input Sensitivity 8V - 0.2V

Variable High Pass Filter n/a

Variable Low Pass Filter 20Hz - 200Hz @ 24dB/Oct

Variable Sub-sonic Filter 10Hz - 50Hz @ 24dB/Oct

Variable Bass Boost

Tested Voltage 12v -14v

Tested THD ≥1%

Damping Factor

Signal to Noise >100dB

Channels 1

Cont Power at 1 ohm 1650W x 1 @ 12v

Cont Power at 2 ohm

Cont Power at 4 ohm

Bridged

Dynamic Power 3500 x 1

Efficiency thru Output 80 %

Dimensions - mm 500mm L x 175mm W x 51mm H

Dimensions - inches 19-3/4 L x 6-7/8 W x 2-1/8 H....21-1/8 L w/ mounting feet

Shipping Weight 15 pounds, 6.8 kg

MSRP $679

Sundown SAZ-3500D

3500 Watts @ 1 ohm mono

1750 Watts @ 2 ohm mono

750 Watts @ 4 ohm mono

Two amplifiers Linked - 6000 Watts @ 2 Ohms

Signal to Noise Ratio >90dB

Low pass frequency crossover 35Hz~300Hz

Subsonic filter 10Hz~60Hz

Bass boost @ 45Hz 0~6dB

Phase shift control 0~180 degree

Frequency response 10Hz~350Hz (+/- 1dB)

T.H.D @ 4 ohm <0.1%

Efficiency @ 4 ohm 86%

Fuse rating 300A (external type fuse)

Input Sensitivity 200mV to 6V (+/- 5%)

Dimensions 252(W) x 53(H) x 594(L)mm

MSRP $1,125.00

Edited by JacobHazel

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0