|Looking for a 10" sub that has less than a 5,5" mounting depth that still hits really hard and has good sound quality.|
|pioneer makes some in the premier series i have them in 12" and they rock.|
|here is a link to see them |
|yea i second the pioneer TS, those things are sick.|
|I think the Alpine TypeR would work nicely|
|Well damn that Pioneer is a sick looking sub|
|if you could scrounge up another 1/4" you could grab a IDQ V3 10". One of the best sound Q subs around, and will hit hard if tuned right. |
You could always use a 1/4" baffle to raise it up and give you your 5.5" depth.
The ID10 has a 5.5" mounting depth, but I have no experience with this sub. I only know the IDQ and IDMAX. If Image makes it though, you know the sound q will be great, even for a entry level sub. As for pure output, It probably won't be the loudest of subs.... probably somewhere around a pioneer or other entry level brands.
(Message edited by Tanner on June 17, 2008)
|jlaudio now has a sub thats 2.5 depth |
|Well, what do you guys think would hit harder, the Pioneer TS or a Power Acoustik STW-10 Subwoofer?|
|Guess everyone is going to those super thin subs. Kicker has one too.|
|anyone have any experience with the Power Acoustik STW-10 Subwoofer?|
|I've heard these in a couple different applications and they sounded pretty good for such a limited box. http://www.crutchfield.com/App/Product/Item/Main.aspx?g=520&i=575P3SD210&tp=111|
|While I was looking around the house for some system items, I found an amp from my old system. |
It is a MA Audio 1200 watt amp.
So, I have this amp and I have a custom made box to go in my truck. This box is for 10" subs and is only 5.5" deep. So I have an amp and I have a box, now I just need a sub.
So what would be 2 good subs that would fit in the box I have, yet match the specs from the amp I already have also.
|oh, and I want these to hit as hard as possible. Since I already have the amp and box, I guess I can spend a little more on the speakers.|
|Brandon, I know I recommend their stuff a lot, but I've been happy with Elemental subs. |
The 11kv2/3 has a depth of 5"
The SQ10 has a 3" depth.
I was very pleased with my 13kv2 (for the $$) and a buddy installed a SQ10 in his truck which I was extremely impressed with for a shallow mount 10. They also have great warranties. Just another couple options for you.
|Well those Pioneer TS's are right about $160-$200ish, which isn't too much. I checked out those JL's that Leo mentioned, but it looked like those only come in a 12". Seems like right now the best bet may be the TS, no experience w/ the Punchs' that Hate N Pain listed.|
|I would check out the Boston G1 line of subs... |
G112 has a 5" mounting depth and a 1 cubic foot optimum enclosure size.
G110 has a 4 3/4 mounting depth and a 1/2 cubic foot optimum enclosure size.
Both subs rock and I have personally heard them outrock both the pioneer and the Rockford mentioned above and 2 of the tens will go toe to toe with the JL slim line for less then half the money and only a slightly bigger box.
The problem with shallow subs is a lack of excursion because of there limited depth. The Bostons have 1 3/4 linear excursion which is respectable for a shallow sub. Ask Ben (Sound Box) he has some G1's in his truck and I am pretty sure he loves them.
|I decided to go with 2 rockford P3s |
I think i'll be happy with these, and they match the specs for the amp I already have.
|That's the sub I recommended brotha!|
|nice, good decision! let us know how they work out.|
|Yea, I know thanks Pain. |
I'll let you guys know how I feel about them, but I am almost already sure i'm gonna like them.
|ON the shallows: |
|Diamond Audio hits really hard|