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Old 14th September 2007, 09:39 PM   #11
wazzy is offline wazzy  Zimbabwe
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dude!142dB is some serious sound. I also agree that a 15 inch sub would produce more sound for the same power for obvious reasons, bigger cone area etc. like you said depends what bass you want. i made my suggestion based on my preferences. i tend to like a tight punchy bass that is relatively easy to live with as well as the smaller enclosures that come with having smaller subs, more space for the missus' shoping, essential to marital harmony! that sub of yours sounds like quite a beast!
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