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The History of the Rockford T15K.....From its designer.


meade916

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  • 2 years later...
Again thanks for the props, look for hybrid technology to hit our smaller amplifiers in the near future.

I'm guessing this is where the small PBR series designs originated?

BTW, which issue of CA&E had this info? I can dig it out and scan the article if somebody can tell me which one it is...

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I have the first one in my reach" anybody want it? its going for a good price hit me up!

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wow very interesting

2004 Chevy Trailblazer LT

Walled- 10.5 cubes net tuned 33Hz

2-15 inch AA Team subs D2

Americanbass- 750.1

1 yellowtop under the hood , 4 c&d 88ah batteries in rear

mechman-270

pioneer headunit-4200UB

4 soundqubed supertweeters

phoenix gold 2 channel

back up camera

stinger volt meter

22 years old and still have alot to learn..lets get it

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