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Posted: November 14, 2005 at 5:31 PM / IP Logged  
Is 600W enough to power to aluminums?  And what are the box specs I should use?
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600 watts is a little on the low side but this means that you can always get a bigger amp in the future. Eclipse or Infinity - Page 2 -- posted image. The box is 1.25 cu.ft sealed net volume for each sub. Ensure that each sub is in it's own enclosure and that the baffle board is a minimum of 1.25" thick or the subs will rip out of the baffle board. DO NOT USE DRYWALL SCREWS to mount the sub.

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for an SQ system no doubt definatly go with the eclipse sub, just the one of them, it is still going to be load but it is going to be clear. and i would say if you are going for the SQ and you are already spending the money on an eclipse sub i would say look at some jl subs like the w6v2 line, they have arguably the best SQ and SPL otherwise the w3 v2's are also great subs for SQ
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I disagree with w3s having good SQ...my bro has a pair under the seat in his truck and they play loud, but I'm not happy with the SQ...w6s though I hear kick ass...
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W3's can have great sq.  Maybe he's overdriving them, or has them in an improper enclosure.
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Would a single JL 12W6V2 be a good idea?
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what i was saying is that you could go with a cheaper with the w3's, of caourse they are not goin to be as good of a sub, you can look at the price diffrence and see that. all i was saying is that if you power them right that they can be a good SQ sub or if you power them right the can be good SPL subs too. i kno someone that has 3 12 w3v2's in his car running off a 1000/1 amp and they are loud as hell. but if you really want the best SQ you are going to find go with a w6v2 they are great subs. either that or a imige dinamics sub they are also good for SQ. my personal opinion would be to go with the w6
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ham fist wrote:
...but 600 watts WON'T be enough...
That's a funny statement.
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Poormanq45 wrote:
ham fist wrote:
...but 600 watts WON'T be enough...
That's a funny statement.

Here it comes...

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Wait what do you mean hereit comes?  And would a single JL 12W6V2 be a good idea?  Could I get good, loud SQ out of one of those?
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