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as stated in my original post, glad to finally have ya! The welcome mat...i mean red carpet is all yours :hi:

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When I first met Nick Wright, I learned was love actually is.

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When I first met Nick Wright, I learned was love actually is.

he didn't hurt you, did he?

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Welcome to the forum! It is cool to hear how the company started. I am looking forward to the new products from Incriminator!

- Thanks! Most of it sounds like dumb luck....but I'd like to thing there was some skill involved! :)

as stated in my original post, glad to finally have ya! The welcome mat...i mean red carpet is all yours :hi:

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- Thanks Steve.....We will send you some amps over to test. Anything you want to see first?

When I first met Nick Wright, I learned was love actually is.

- SHHH!

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First off, my name is Nick Wright and I'm the owner of Incriminator Audio. I would like to say it is great to be here and it's been a very long time coming. I personally love the fact that all of you are enthusiast about car audio. It makes me feel right at home.

Second, some of you might not know the background of Incriminator Audio and how it all started. For fun one year two friends and I went to SBN. Randomly I met Paul Nelson who was an Extreme 2 competitor. He was having a lot of issues keeping his subwoofers together that year. So I volunteered to help, I guess in Paul's mind he had nothing to lose. Luckily with my recone methods and MacGyver skills I pieced together a set of recones that helped Paul put up a huge 173. I said to Paul joking "Man, any retard can do this and make it work, so why don't they?" and he flat out said "Why don't you then, Mr. Fix it?" and me being me said I will to which a bet was made.

We left that show and I thought I will show him someday. Five months later I'm riding in the car and a few of us are talking and someone just blurts out Incriminator. In response to my comment of it can't be a a real word. I had the idea it had to be something that people couldn't easily spell so it didn't need to be a real word, as I wanted it to be unique. A month or so later we are in a college history class and I can't get it out of my head. It was like Paul's words were mocking me. I passed a note to my friend Josh, who was just as bored as I was. He started drawing logo's, he drew several, all of them were very close and finally by the end of class it was decided here is the logo we will use. I stuck the logo in my book and walked to my next class.

Several months later I was in a car wreck and I was laid up for about 4 weeks. Nothing too serious just me in my bed all day watching TV trying to be as still as possible so I could heal and move on. During that time Paul's words keep coming back to me. His challenge wouldn't go away. I gritted my teeth and said now is the time to get to work. The only problem is....I know nothing about car audio..... Sure I did those recones, but that was easy as I had something to work with and used a little common sense. Starting with nothing was going to be much harder.

By the end of 2002 the DP was born and we never looked back. I won! The method of we will find a way was adopted and we pushed forward. To this day I still talk to Paul and I let him know it's all his fault. Paul just laughs at the idea and is just as in love with car audio now as he was then. Sometimes I wonder if I hadn't randomly met Paul how things would be different. The list would be long and hard to believe. For example: I would have never meet my wife. As I met her through a friend that helped me machine the very first Warden before neo was even thought about like it is today. I would have never meet Scottie Johnson who I sponsored and I would like to think I helped in a tiny way in his process of getting XS Power to where it is today. I'm still good friends with him to this day, one of the best guys you will ever meet. I would have never meet <insert random name>............... The list is tireless. Thanks Paul.

Third, if you are interested in our products feel free to contact Showtime Electronics, as they are an authorized online dealer for us. We have many more but these guys are the only ones on SMD and we would ask you to support them!

Fourth, I will do my best to drop in and keep you guys posted on all of the new products we are working on and plan to offer for 2016. Feel free to ask anytime.

Fifth, we get a lot of people asking about gear (shirts, hats, etc) and logo's and such. You can buy all of our gear directly from our website under the Product, Gear section. If you need EPS files to make stickers for your car and such just send Tricia an email [email protected] and she will assist you in that.

Lastly, feel free to ask or post anything. Or if you want shoot me an email directly - [email protected]

Thanks,

Nick

You wrote this long paragraph and you mention Scottie but not me...smh. Lol. What about Cujo?

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First off, my name is Nick Wright and I'm the owner of Incriminator Audio. I would like to say it is great to be here and it's been a very long time coming. I personally love the fact that all of you are enthusiast about car audio. It makes me feel right at home.

Second, some of you might not know the background of Incriminator Audio and how it all started. For fun one year two friends and I went to SBN. Randomly I met Paul Nelson who was an Extreme 2 competitor. He was having a lot of issues keeping his subwoofers together that year. So I volunteered to help, I guess in Paul's mind he had nothing to lose. Luckily with my recone methods and MacGyver skills I pieced together a set of recones that helped Paul put up a huge 173. I said to Paul joking "Man, any retard can do this and make it work, so why don't they?" and he flat out said "Why don't you then, Mr. Fix it?" and me being me said I will to which a bet was made.

We left that show and I thought I will show him someday. Five months later I'm riding in the car and a few of us are talking and someone just blurts out Incriminator. In response to my comment of it can't be a a real word. I had the idea it had to be something that people couldn't easily spell so it didn't need to be a real word, as I wanted it to be unique. A month or so later we are in a college history class and I can't get it out of my head. It was like Paul's words were mocking me. I passed a note to my friend Josh, who was just as bored as I was. He started drawing logo's, he drew several, all of them were very close and finally by the end of class it was decided here is the logo we will use. I stuck the logo in my book and walked to my next class.

Several months later I was in a car wreck and I was laid up for about 4 weeks. Nothing too serious just me in my bed all day watching TV trying to be as still as possible so I could heal and move on. During that time Paul's words keep coming back to me. His challenge wouldn't go away. I gritted my teeth and said now is the time to get to work. The only problem is....I know nothing about car audio..... Sure I did those recones, but that was easy as I had something to work with and used a little common sense. Starting with nothing was going to be much harder.

By the end of 2002 the DP was born and we never looked back. I won! The method of we will find a way was adopted and we pushed forward. To this day I still talk to Paul and I let him know it's all his fault. Paul just laughs at the idea and is just as in love with car audio now as he was then. Sometimes I wonder if I hadn't randomly met Paul how things would be different. The list would be long and hard to believe. For example: I would have never meet my wife. As I met her through a friend that helped me machine the very first Warden before neo was even thought about like it is today. I would have never meet Scottie Johnson who I sponsored and I would like to think I helped in a tiny way in his process of getting XS Power to where it is today. I'm still good friends with him to this day, one of the best guys you will ever meet. I would have never meet <insert random name>............... The list is tireless. Thanks Paul.

Third, if you are interested in our products feel free to contact Showtime Electronics, as they are an authorized online dealer for us. We have many more but these guys are the only ones on SMD and we would ask you to support them!

Fourth, I will do my best to drop in and keep you guys posted on all of the new products we are working on and plan to offer for 2016. Feel free to ask anytime.

Fifth, we get a lot of people asking about gear (shirts, hats, etc) and logo's and such. You can buy all of our gear directly from our website under the Product, Gear section. If you need EPS files to make stickers for your car and such just send Tricia an email [email protected] and she will assist you in that.

Lastly, feel free to ask or post anything. Or if you want shoot me an email directly - [email protected]

Thanks,

Nick

You wrote this long paragraph and you mention Scottie but not me...smh. Lol. What about Cujo?

- Scottie doesn't like you talking about Mr. Cujo.... :)

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What are the enclosure/port requirements for the 21" models?

To add to what Nick said, I have personally done a 21 in 7.5 cubes tuned to 29 hz, 9 cubes tuned to 32 hz, and 10 cubes tuned to 32 hz. Each time was ran off of one 20.1 amplifier. All enclosures were built with a port area that equaled around 14.5 sq in of port area per cubic foot of enclosure. Out of those enclosures, the 7.5 cube enclosure worked the best. It was probably the loudest of the three, and that 21 liked to play the low notes. This is just my personal experience, and there have been some others I know of who have had great luck using a bigger enclosure, but I dont know their enclosure specs and can only speak about what I have done. Hope that helps.

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