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Posted: February 18, 2009 at 3:30 PM / IP Logged  
cobrakilla27 wrote:

Why does everyone think that you get power in numbers of subs?!!! I took my 1 dd9512 to a redline comp and smoked 4 15 alpine type r's that had 4000 watts goin to them. If you really wanna go loud and win some comps heres my dream system..........   

2 dd9512s in a 6 cubic foot box port tuned to 40hz

and a stetsom 7kd amp which will push about 3500 watts rms to each sub. If you do everythin right you will probably be able to hit over 160db.

O and just to let you know the world record is currently being held by 1 sub. 1 18 inch dd sub with 4 stetsom 7kd amps goin to it hit 180.6db

hit over 160???? Yeah right not in a daily driver without extensive dampening and bracing.
150's would be a closer goal.
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Posted: February 18, 2009 at 4:24 PM / IP Logged  
not saying it cant happen, but the only car ive ever seen break 160 was a honda crx that was completely rhino lined on the outside. i didn't get a good look at what he was running but it was something like 1 or 2 15s. it was rediculous. but yeah it is really hard to break 160 in a normal car without some bracing and modification because after a certain point you just lose too much sound energy from flexing panels, especially the roof and glass.
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