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Bigsingh 
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Posted: June 26, 2005 at 7:44 AM / IP Logged  
simple question, wat bumps harder an L7 a brahma or an RE SX
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Posted: June 26, 2005 at 9:44 AM / IP Logged  
No simple answer.  It depends on how they are installed.  All three are very good woofers so you can pretty much do what you want with them.
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IM going to have to go with the Brahma on this one, because it has more excursion and is alot cleaner at it , it should hit tighter and harder.  But to truely tell you would need to test each sub in its best box with a meter to be shure.
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Posted: June 26, 2005 at 5:01 PM / IP Logged  
dats safe and all but me aint got no way of testing cus no one stocks da brahmas or sx down here, i can only get them from the internet(in the uk). need to know which one wud bump harder in its best box, tuned for spl or sql.
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Dyohn is right.  This isn't a simple answer.  First, decide how much space you have.  Second, determine what your goals are.  Third, determine what your budget is.  Fourth, start looking at possible sub and box combinations within your space, goals, and budget requirements.  Model the results.  Talk to people that have experience with the subwoofers you are considering.

No one is going to give you an answer to "which one would bump harder." 

I also get a headache when reading those posts.  Bigsingh, we realize that text messaging is a bigger deal in the UK than in the states, but on forums such as the12volt, texting shorthand is annoying to read. 

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i'm limited to about 7 cubic feet, money is really no object, and i only need one so it doesn't need a hell of alot of space from my reckoning. dats all peops, thanks alot! 

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Posted: June 27, 2005 at 8:02 AM / IP Logged  
"only" 7 cu ft?  You can work up an ideal enclosure for the L7 with that (sealed).  You're good with box modeling so you should have a good setup.  Keys to success:  at least 1" walls and cross-bracing.
Build the box so that it performs well in the worst case scenario and, in return, it will reward you at all times.
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respect to you geeza, nice one. thanks to those who aint got a problem with me. nuff respect stevdart
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If you are looking for "bump" and have that much space, I would go with a 15" Brahma ported. 

Telling you that we don't like shorthand is in no way insulting you.  We like you.  We don't like shorthand.  Simple distinction, don't you think? 

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stevdart is a geeza! That is damn funny! what bumps harder? -- posted image.
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