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Winksta
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what would produce more spl. 1 18" 2 15" 3 12" 4 10"? and that same amount of power would be running to the total combined, such as 5000 watts through al the subs. i know the type of subs and other would matter but what from you guys prospective would be best for spl?

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what would produce more spl. 1 18" 2 15" 3 12" 4 10"? and that same amount of power would be running to the total combined, such as 5000 watts through al the subs. i know the type of subs and other would matter but what from you guys prospective would be best for spl?

all in the install....who knows. i guess if all were installed and boxed perfectly what ever has more cone area.

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isnt this section about shows, and competition? not subwoofer selection? anywho id go with the 18 for low frequencies, and the 10's for the higher end. my opinion, not an expert in spl, just love low frequencies.

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isnt this section about shows, and competition? not subwoofer selection? anywho id go with the 18 for low frequencies, and the 10's for the higher end. my opinion, not an expert in spl, just love low frequencies.

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a 8 inch sub will play just as low as a 18 inch sub. so i dont understand what you mean. and spl numbers are always highest at freq's 45+.

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a 8 inch sub will play just as low as a 18 inch sub. so i dont understand what you mean. and spl numbers are always highest at freq's 45+.

it will play as low but you wont feel it as much. an 8 wont move near the air an 18 will.



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Originally posted on 11-10-2005 by Winksta
what would produce more spl. 1 18" 2 15" 3 12" 4 10"? and that same amount of power would be running to the total combined, such as 5000 watts through al the subs. i know the type of subs and other would matter but what from you guys prospective would be best for spl?

what kind of setup are you going to run? competition, or listenting? what kind of budget do you have? how much room and what kind of vehicle?

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not sure what vehicle yet looking into getting a suburban soon and well i eventually want to go into compititions but right now i want a comp vehicle that i use as a daily driver. my budget right now is around 3 grand, i know its not alot but im talking to this guy about getting mulitple ( 2 or 3) alts or one big one that will produce an enormous amount of amps by alt, for about 1 grand. And am currently talking to a guy with a fusion 4000d that can do 8000 rms at 18 volts which i could achieve. otherwise im set with batteries and wires etc. just need to find out my setup, on ebay there are 4 2515 DD for 800 was looking into those and the fusion amp, seems like perfect setup those subs can take 1000 rms a piece or 2000 peak which seems to perfect.

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a 8 inch sub will play just as low as a 18 inch sub. so i dont understand what you mean. and spl numbers are always highest at freq's 45+.

not always true. one of the setups in my car was an l7 15 and it peaked at 38hz and did 144.3db on my TL.

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not always true. one of the setups in my car was an l7 15 and it peaked at 38hz and did 144.3db on my TL.

your correct, but for the most part, most set up's peak upper 40's and seen walled cars peak very high

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your correct, but for the most part, most set up's peak upper 40's and seen walled cars peak very high

GENERALLY a stock vehicle usually peaks mid 40's to mid 50's.

but interestingly, you can take a car that peaks at 48hz, double the power, and it peaks in the low 50's. (just an example)

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