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bigcoop 
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Posted: March 22, 2007 at 9:09 PM / IP Logged  
i cant tell you what type of machine it was but it was black, 2.5 - 3ft tall and was straped to a dolly to move around..
i wouldnt lie to, guy i have no reason to lie :)
all i can say is try it for your self... jeep, 2 audiobahn aw1200's(no longer made) so us Audiobahn AW1200N's, 1600 watt crunch v series amp(no longer made) us something close, dual sealed 12in box with 1.45 cuft per sub, panasonic head unit with 4v preamp outs.......
like i said i have no reason to lie...
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jeffchilcott 
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Posted: March 22, 2007 at 9:11 PM / IP Logged  
I plead the fifth here.
But audiobahn, please do yourself a fovor and look at something like the JL W0's or Kicker CVR's or Infinity's    all those can be had to very close to the same price, and will sound much much better.
And if you take the time and actually build your own enclosure, for say $25-$30, if you have to tools or can get a friend to help. You can obtain a better sound, and if designed right would even get louder!
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In my opinion you should try something like RE subs (by US Amps) in the se series 12". In the price range of about $139.99 each you can walk all over CVR's, Audiobahn, or actually anything else in that price range for excursion and HEAVY, HEAVY winding. The MT line is sooooo baddddasss that there aren't any specs available for it. They're a little pricey. Try the SE line for what you are trying to do.

Hope this is helpful,

David

bigcoop 
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Posted: March 22, 2007 at 9:23 PM / IP Logged  
now it might sound like im lieing but the fact is in my first car a 89 mercury crougar, i had 3 jl audio W0's 12's, in a sealed box!! i damp trunk wouldnt close all the way and leaked.. with the same amp the crunch v series 1600watt, and was no where near as loud as my audiobahns. i have 1 aw122n in a seal box getin 350watts rms and its louder then the 3 jl's..
maybe i just had bad luck with them but i dont know what to tell ya
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jeffchilcott 
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For the last time, please step away from the shiny chrome crills and flames.
Friends dont let friends buy audiobahn.
If you swaer by it that is your choice, but 99% of this fourm is going to be anti audiobahn, Lanzar, Pyle, and other such low grade brands
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Posted: March 22, 2007 at 11:00 PM / IP Logged  
And you DIDN'T hit 145dB with two Audiobahn woofers... Ain't gonna happen!
It all reminds me of something that Molière once said to Guy de Maupassant at a café in Vienna: "That's nice. You should write it down."
lostcreeker 
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Yeah I used to have a similar setup in a '97 blazer with the biggest ported box audiobahn recommended for them. I think I had two 1206t's or something like that. I don't remember the number exactly as I am trying to forget about those. I just recently bought two Kicker L7 10's and the audiobahns don't compare.... at all. And these are 10's against 12's. They are in a different type of vehicle, but the difference between them is still rediculous.
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haemphyst wrote:
And you DIDN'T hit 145dB with two Audiobahn woofers... Ain't gonna happen!
yeah and in SEALED box....impossible.
I'll bet my JL 12W6 on that
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Posted: March 23, 2007 at 9:47 AM / IP Logged  
aznboi3644 wrote:
haemphyst wrote:
And you DIDN'T hit 145dB with two Audiobahn woofers... Ain't gonna happen!
yeah and in SEALED box....impossible.
I'll bet my JL 12W6 on that
I'd bet my entire Eclipse system, (including a DA-7232, a 34230, and a 32440), WITH the two AltoMobile UCSPros, all the wiring, (Streetwires and Monster) the two TCSounds TC-1000's, the Adire 6.8's in the doors, both door pods, the JL tweeters I just bought, and the (LITERALLY) un-buyable 4 inch Vifa midrage drivers... I'm THAT sure he never hit 145dB. I have 750 watts in the trunk, FOR MY DOORS, and I've never hit that kind of SPL.
It all reminds me of something that Molière once said to Guy de Maupassant at a café in Vienna: "That's nice. You should write it down."
jmelton86 
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haemphyst has to brag! J/K. He's right, though...
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