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Old 12-07-2007, 12:30 PM
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I have a ppi and I am looking for subs and don't want to spend that much money. Was wondering if anyone has any input on what subs I should use.

The amp is a Precision Power PPI PCX2400
Power Class Amplifier
Channel: 2
4 ohm: 400
2 ohm: 800
Bridged: 1600
Damping: >500
S/N Ratio: >115dB
Dimension: 2.375" x 10"
Length: 30.25"
THD: 02%
Power Input: 4 Guage
Freq. Resp.: 4.5-100k
I/P Sens.: .15-12V
X/O Slope: 12dB
X/O Freq.: 30Hz-4kHz
X/O Type: 2 way
Input Type: Adv. Inst.
Cooling Fan: Yes
QBass: QBass™ Plus
Old 12-07-2007, 01:47 PM
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go on ebay and get two kicker Comp 10's for 100 bucks for 2. they'd be perfect. i had them and my whole setup got jacked 2 days ago. get them from an ebay store brand new. 100 bucks. 2 quality subs. cant beat it.
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Old 12-07-2007, 03:40 PM
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Ive got an Alpine type R 12" and its great, only cost me a C-Note. It can handle up to 1500W
Old 12-07-2007, 05:32 PM
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do you want something loud? get two 10s.. if you want something that has a lot of bass, just getting one 12' is enough, preferably like an sony xplod, or a p3, or whatever fits your budget, and just get a vented bass box, i got one for $110 and i only have one 12' but if you have a bass box, it will bump for sure! and that leaves plenty of room in ur trunk too, not to heavy either

or if you want something loud and slaps, get a custom box , and have 4 JL audios haha
Old 12-07-2007, 09:15 PM
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How good does anyone think of 2 alpine 10" type r"s that are 2ohm will work and since i'm running the stock headunit what should I tap off of for the signal wire for the amp. ANd I would rather just run 2 10" bc my amp is soo big, this way I can mount it on the box and call it a day. Thanks for the input and anyone got pics of 2005 or 2003 and up setups
Old 12-07-2007, 10:13 PM
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well if ur gonna go with a ported enclosure , the box is gonna have to be almost twice the size of the reccomended seald box. but u can make a sealed box sound just as good or better than a ported one, its just what u want, I prefer a seald box
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