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Thoughts On Best 10 Inch Subwoofer?


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original wis 
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Location: Texas, United States
Posted: September 27, 2022 at 6:28 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote original wis
Ok, so I'm kind of back at the drawing board on this. I originally went with 4 CT Sounds Tropo 10 on a Taramps Smart 3 but I have an opportunity to do a massive upgrade because reasons.
The car is a 2001 Nissan Sentra GXE. The entire car is sound deadened. And I don't mean the trunk and doors. I took the car down to the cabin frame and worked up from there.
I have 4 to 4.8 cubic feet of air space. The box will port directly into the cabin. I'm paying a professional builder to make it.
My budget is $500 bucks maximum for each sub, or $2,000 max.
I have electrical infrastructure to support up to 7,000 watts.
I'm not doing 2 12's, 1 15, or any setup that's outside of my current interest. I've done those already. I'm trying something different this time.
I've looked at the following:
Sae and U series from Sundown
DC Audio level 3 and 4
B2 audio riot
DD audio Psw
I'm leaning toward the DC Audio level 3 or 4
American bass, Kicker, Skar, Def Bonce, Memphis, Toro, Massive won't fit.
Part of the reason for my indecision on the subject is that I don't want to spend $2,000 on a set of subwoofers without getting some opinions and doing some research into the purchase to make sure that I don't have buyers remorse 6 months down the line
Goal is to keep the system for the foreseeable future. The problem that I've had is that I haven't been able to build loud enough so that I don't outgrow it in 3-6 months. Pretty much everything I've heard under 2k watts hasn't done it. My buddy has a Sundown zv6 15 on a T 2500bdcp right now and it's not even close to what I'm looking for.
For those who don't like loud b/c reasons, keep in mind that I don't play loud in parking lots of neighborhoods. Only streets and highways 2+ miles away from home. Besides that being an inconsiderate move, I don't see the benefit of announcing to everyone living near me that there's goodies for the taking. Everyone has their own level of tolerance for loud, and I know that mines doesn't mesh well with sound quality.
So, that's the needle that I'm looking for in the hay stack. Any thoughts?
Original Wis
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Joined: November 18, 2022
Location: Utah, United States
Posted: November 18, 2022 at 1:08 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote 15_sp4+
I would definetky consider a subdown U series 10 or resilient sounds gold. Im not sure if Fi audio mm akes one but if they do it will kick ass! Check out the sundown audio yard sale and see how good of a deal you can get on a U series. They are rated with conservative 1500rms and I believe in the 30mm Xmax territory....

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