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Old 12th September 2007, 04:54 PM   #1
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Default 15" Dayton recommendation

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I'd like to get the best option for 15" Dayton subwoofers. I want to put 4 in the hatch of my SUV, 2.25ft^3 per chamber.

I was looking into the classic, the quatro and the titanic. I want the best dollar value and not just highest output. All seem to model rather similar as far as low extension, based on WinISD Online.

I plan on using about 2000 watts

I was hoping I could get the Classic and let cabin gain make up for any low extension I might lose by going with a smallish enclosure. Would the Quattro or Titanic be worth the premium?

Any opinions?
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