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speedwayaudio1 
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mtx all the way
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MTX beats Audbiobahn in every way possible.  The 9500 are killer subs and that should be a very loud setup as long as your charging system can handle it.
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I'd say go with the MTX setup myself. I'm assuming you work at Circuit seeing as that's where I worked and that resembles their accomodations. If I were you, I'd possibly look into some of the better Kicker subs you could get for a heck of a lot less. Also, remember that even with the subs and amps, you want a really good box to get the most out of it. It really does make a difference.
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Correct box for the subwoofer is 3/4 of the equasion, it's the single most important factor to making a subwoofer sound good. I would go with MTX between those two as well.
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while we're on the topic of boxes, does anyone have the bassbox pro program that they would like to share with a fellow stereo enthusiast... lol. I am in the process of rebuilding a new box for my thunder 8000's, and would like to work around with the program, but i dont have the $150 to fork out.

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Kenny

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Dude, You say you get 70% off mtx products. Let's do some basic math here.
http://mtxaudio.com/caraudio/msrp.cfm
Msrp for MTX 9500: 599.95 * 2
Msrp for MTX 92001: 1599.95
Total cost = 2799.85
Apply 70% discount = 839.96
So the difference between great gear and yard sale gear = 39.96
I think the choice is pretty simple.
don't rush into things...you'll get ripped off
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