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Old     (sidekicknicholas)      Join Date: Mar 2007       05-11-2012, 8:58 AM Reply   
Doing some spring cleaning and came across some subs/boxes that I forgot I had.... wondering if any these options sounds better than what I am currently running (which is pretty poor sounding)

EDIT: what I found cleaning - 2 Rockford Fosgate 12" subs - good shape and they sound quite good still ----- 1 bandpass box for 2-12s ---- 2 - single 12" sub boxes

I don't need anything like some of the setups you see here, just right now there is almost no bass coming from the sub in the boat (at least that you can hear/feel)

.... right now we're running a 15" Alpine Type-R (no box), it is just mounted to the driver kick panel, it its open air.... powered by a 1000w 2-channel amp.

In everyone's opinion will I be further ahead doing one of the following options:
1. I have 2-12's in a bandpass box (found cleaning) powered by the same 1000w amp - this placed under the passanger seat (should fit)

2. Breakup the 12s I found cleaning and do this: 1-12" under the passanger seat in its own box and another 12" sub by the driver's feat in its own box .... both powered by the 1000w amp

3. get a box for the 15" and move it to under passanger seat, same amp


Any input would be great.... I just want this to be a cheap project and get some bass in the boat that can actually be heard.... right now it is basically for show and has no function.

Last edited by sidekicknicholas; 05-11-2012 at 9:02 AM.

 
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