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Old 30th August 2005, 02:56 PM   #1
Chriz75 is offline Chriz75  Sweden
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Question Peerless XLS or XXLS with PR in car ?

Hello !

I was woundering if anyone has tried to use this Peerless XLS or XXLS (4 ohm) car subwoofer with an passive radiator in a car installation ?
I have a box inside my car with an old crappy 10" subwoofer and was thinking of swapping this woofer with an XLS or XXLS 10" and maybe a passive radiator. The box is currently a closed one with about 26-27 liters without the sub.
I think the Peerless would be great in this box but Im not sure what do you guys think ?

If I should use a passive radiator how much weight should I use ?

Does anyone know the difference between XLS and XXLS ?

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Old 4th September 2005, 07:44 AM   #2
cdjr is offline cdjr  United States
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You might get some response on www.diymobileaudio.com

Peerless is one of the favorites on the forum.

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