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I was so impressed with the SA line that it made me a Sundown fan for life. Great quality for what they call a starter sub.


2 Sundown SD-10's D4 ohm Sealed box

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7 hours ago, Ron36 said:

I was so impressed with the SA line that it made me a Sundown fan for life. Great quality for what they call a starter sub.

Nephew had a sa 15 in a ported box it was alright didn’t wow me or anything maybe it needed more power he was only running the rms... I built the box to specs so I don’t know... I personally wouldn’t buy them 

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Well was ready to install the sa's today but cut out for the p3's being a little smaller hindered that. The only thing I have is a drum sander that I can attach to my drill . Would that be ok to use ? The box is birtch not sure what grit would be best.

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1 hour ago, strangeduck said:

i run my at 80 but 5 is fine if you have good midbass to fill in the gap 

 

I just went out to try it out.. started at 50hz where I have had it went to 63hz not bad could maybe pick up a little more punch but when I did 80 hz no good. It was like it was working my amp harder.  My voltage was dropping big time.

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