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gabbard 06-22-2009 6:23 AM

I'm normally pretty good with this stuff but it's also usually in a truck. I have 4 JL W6 10's to put in my i/o and they sound like crap under the rear seat. Any suggestions? Thanks guys.

05mobiuslsv 06-22-2009 8:21 AM

They are probably muffled under there. Try to vent them. How do they sound with the seat cushion off?

gabbard 06-22-2009 6:19 PM

About the same, I'm wondering if I need to just put 2 of them on each console,and2 at the back exposed under the seat.

882001 06-22-2009 7:32 PM

pretty vague question. sound distorted? sealed ported? amp running them? hows it wired?

gabbard 06-23-2009 1:56 PM

using storage as box, sound distorted, and muffled, yes I have a JL 1000v2 pushing them, I had the system in my truck and decided that they would be put to better use in the boat

05mobiuslsv 06-23-2009 2:31 PM

Brandon I have to think that the muffled sound is coming from the fact that they don't have the ability to move any air when stuffed under a seat. Many people have cut out vent holes in the seat bases to let subs breath. <BR> <BR>Your setup should really rock, you've got some high quality components you're using. <BR> <BR>Can you post any pictures of the setup? How are the subs orientated under the seats, are they firing up/down/side, etc.. <BR> <BR>How far is the cone area away from the seatbase?

wake1823 06-23-2009 2:31 PM

Not enough power. They will pound with 500 RMS to each one. 250 is not enough in a boat. on top of that, thsoe subs don't sound very good unless you build the box to JL specs. <BR> <BR>your amp settings could be incorrect, or not optimal too.

johnny_jr 06-23-2009 2:42 PM

You have to get those subs in the right box, without it you will not get any better sound. also more power is better, but I think you will get a huge improvement if you just build/or have a box built for you.

gabbard 06-23-2009 2:54 PM

As far as power I'm fine there when its bridge it gives you 1600rms, but it does sound like a box issue, they are firing up about 2.5 inches off seat bottom and have two 6.5" holes for ports through the fiberglass

05mobiuslsv 06-23-2009 2:59 PM

Brandon the JL 1000/1 puts out 1000 watts rms period. Well maybe like 1200 but that's it. I wish it did 1600 rms because I have one.

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