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theres a guy on team nemesis with 4 of them in a wall

If your talking about Jared, I believe he is using Z woofers

I actually plan on running them at 4Ohm's, and the amp low. I don't want to have to replace an amp down the road. So i can run it low and make it last l

I want the SQ over the DB.

Then that will work lol. 4 ohms ok a 5k amp would be perfect

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Thats all im going for is Sounds qulity!

Now.... With the above configuration, how big should i make the box? How many cubes per sub?

I would love to do a 4th order, but I think i wont be giving them enough power for how small a 4th design i would need.

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What power exactly does your amp put out at 4 ohms?

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I went from 5k at 1 ohm to 5k at 4ohm. Seems like the lows are more powerful and it's nice and tight. I can run the lpf higher with out it sounding muddy or sloppy.

Did you have electrical to back up the 1 ohm load? Because yes, 4 ohms is much more efficient, but I don't anything was louder unless there was clipping involved etc etc etc.

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theres a guy on team nemesis with 4 of them in a wall

If your talking about Jared, I believe he is using Z woofers

I actually plan on running them at 4Ohm's, and the amp low. I don't want to have to replace an amp down the road. So i can run it low and make it last l

I want the SQ over the DB.

Then that will work lol. 4 ohms ok a 5k amp would be perfect

No, they are e series 15s in a brown silverado. Forgot the name but it is nemesis

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Thats all im going for is Sounds qulity!

Now.... With the above configuration, how big should i make the box? How many cubes per sub?

I would love to do a 4th order, but I think i wont be giving them enough power for how small a 4th design i would need.

If your going for sq why go for a wall? To me sq would be spending all that time and effort your doing with the wall on your front stage.

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