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-   -   15" sub question for a 2008 x2 (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=676786)

canecorso 03-10-2009 7:34 AM

ok, I have a orion hcca 15" sub, thinking about putting it in the boat however not sure about it and need some advice. <BR>1) where to put it? I really dont want to put it into a storage space. Any ideas from people that have installed one. Under the steering wheel? <BR>2)Is a 15 too much? Should I just down grade to a 12" <BR>3)the sub I have is rated for 2000w, with a 2" excursion its sweet. However not sure on the low bass in the open boat. Also will the fiberglass rattle like hell if I install it into it? <BR> <BR>FYI:The boat currently has factory speakers with a 10" sub, and two tower speakers, all JL audio.

wakecumberland 03-10-2009 8:16 AM

You are going to have a really hard time finding a place to mount a 15 without sacrificing some good storage space. Anything over a 10" will be tough in the X2 if you don't want to give up significant storage. <BR> <BR>I am mounting a 10 behind the driver seat. I think thats the best alternative.

lovin_the_wake 03-10-2009 9:32 AM

I'd go with a couple 10s

acurtis_ttu 03-10-2009 12:11 PM

15's sound great in a boat IMO. If you can find the space, go for it.

thesack 03-10-2009 12:30 PM

If no one on here can help you, take your boat down to your local stereo shop (make sure that they do work on boats) and see what they say. <BR> <BR>And i agree if you can get the 15 to fit, i would go that route. It will sound the best overall.

adouglas 03-10-2009 1:18 PM

I have this enclosure for sale if you are interested. I am not sure what the layout of a 2008 X2 is but it fit great behind the driverís seat of a 2003 SAN 210. It is pretty heavy so shipping might be somewhat expensive as I am located in Sacramento. Let me know if you would like more pictures. I am willing come down in price from my original post as this is collecting dust in my garage, so make an offer if interested... <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.planetnautique.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&amp;file=viewtopic&amp;t=1 2773" target="_blank">http://www.planetnautique.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&amp;file=viewtopic&amp;t=1 2773</a> <BR> <BR>(Message edited by adouglas on March 10, 2009)

burbanized 03-10-2009 1:59 PM

I have a 15" MTX Thundercast under the steering wheel facing forward, and it Bumps really hard. <BR> <BR>Now ORION HCCA thats a serious SUB, Make sure you build a solid enclosure and power it with a gppd amplifier and it will rock your socks OFF <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0> <BR> <BR>(Message edited by burbanized on March 10, 2009)

sidekicknicholas 03-10-2009 2:09 PM

I have a 15" under the wheel too, sounds pretty good.... not as good as a box but I don't lose space and it looks nice. <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/676905.jpg" alt="Upload">

canecorso 03-10-2009 3:46 PM

Im thinking under the stering wheel also but it needs alot of cubic feet for the sub and im thinking the room will not be enough.. <BR> <BR>the sac- I think i may have to go down to the shop too seee what they recommend. <BR> <BR>Burbanized I had it powered with a PPI amp then moved to and HCCA amp which sounded tight. Currently no amp for it, looking into matts anyone have experience? <BR> <BR>What do you guys think of the 15" with the lows in an open boat?

guido 03-10-2009 4:15 PM

I had a 15" in my Sanger under the dash. It used to shake the guages loose, but it sounded great. I had one of the solobaric Kickers. It was in a 2 cubic foot box and worked fine.


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