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Old 12th June 2006, 03:02 PM   #11
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Old 12th June 2006, 03:32 PM   #12
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I wouldn't wish to discourage you from hangin' out here. People here want the lowest of the lows as well. People here are definately about "flat" though... equal bass - mid - treble. Hear all the music!

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if you want a nice system for your truck, and price and space are a issue try the dayton quattro line of woofers. i installed a pair of quattro 8's in a co-workers truck he was very happy with 1 pair in a 0.5cft box each tuned in the low 30's. with the 8's you can get by with a even smaller sealed box and use 4 of them, expect alot of cabin gain and a litttle bass boost and you will be happy. if you are going to use the extended cab area of your truck move up to the 10-12's and have some crazy bass. match it up with a nice midbass (4ohm dayton rs line would be nice) and you shou8ld have a nice start.

everybody who has heard this setup is suprised that this truck has 2 8's and only a 100watt amp. some of the $4 dayton neo tweets, vifa midbass, and some caps/coils bring the price tag to around $#160.00 for the whole install. the non diy croud is so used to buying $80.00 6x9's and $200-400 subs this guy couldnt beleive his systems price and performance.
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