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boxmaker85 
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Posted: March 30, 2006 at 4:55 PM / IP Logged  
got an infinity 100.3se (10" sub) in a sealed fiberglass box i made (box holds two subs but only have one was gonna get two but never did). got 300 watts runnin it right now and it puts off good music, clean and decently loud, but i'm wanting to upgrade.
question is: upgrade to 1 12" kicker compvr in a ported or do 2 10" cvr's in sealed? or ditch kicker and go w/ somthing else? i know the old 12" versus 2 10's is always up but would this situation be an upgrade for me (like a big difference)?
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dragon51 
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Posted: March 31, 2006 at 2:38 AM / IP Logged  

Just get the other Inifinity and bridge the amp an call it a day as wll as gaining a few more db'snew sub system or keep the old? - Last Post -- posted image.

boxmaker85 
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i'd love to but infinity has discontinued the 100.3se that i have. and no authorized dealer sells them anymore : ( i'd love to get the other sub but....

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