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Hey guys, hope all is well.

Now this is for a small project just for laughs, not daily nor competition. Now, i got myself a single 12" slot port sub box,its 2.25 net tuned to 50hz with a pretty big port and i got a 1000rms mono. 

I know i can't expect magic from that but my goal is to get stupid loud on music in that hz range with the power i got. Any BUDGET sub recommendations around 600-700rms that could make this happen? Was looking into american bass,massive audio ect,i heard they do well on the high tones

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Can't go wrong with American bass, had an xfl12 I force fed 2k for over a year in similar box and was impressive, xfl is like $200ish, the eliteis supposed to be very similar to the xfl but half the price. Now I see they have a titan and hawk series and spec wise they look pretty decent. I've also had a few soundwubed hds2 series that were good price to performance too.

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Have experience with the xd also, had 1k to a pair of em in a prefab box, they were ok, probably would have been alot louder in a custom built box.

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Nothing wrong with your sub choices but I'm curious why tuning is so high? It would much more musical around 32-36hz 

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On 5/16/2021 at 9:32 AM, LT.Smoke said:

Nothing wrong with your sub choices but I'm curious why tuning is so high? It would much more musical around 32-36hz 

Well, to be honest,its not for a daily nor musical set up. More just a "as loud as i can get on that power" 

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7 minutes ago, Jeremy009 said:

Well, to be honest,its not for a daily, musical set up. More just a "as loud as i can get on that power" 

Have you looked at DC AUDIO? Lvl 2 are 600rms, lvl 3 is 900 rms. On their website they offer some back stock, actually bought a lvl 4 for a 3 price 

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5 hours ago, JakeW said:

Have you looked at DC AUDIO? Lvl 2 are 600rms, lvl 3 is 900 rms. On their website they offer some back stock, actually bought a lvl 4 for a 3 price 

Does dc work well on high tones? The box is tuned to 50hz. Aiming for a loud bass not lows

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39 minutes ago, Jeremy009 said:

Does dc work well on high tones? The box is tuned to 50hz. Aiming for a loud bass not lows

Dc is noted as sql... sound quality but still level quality! Justin would give you more info, call them!

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