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Old 1st April 2007, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default JL W3v3 10-inch or 12-inch?

Hi I'm new to these forums here, but I would like to ask a small question. So according to JL Audio's site, both the 10-inch AND the 12-inch W3v3 subwoofer uses 300 watts RMS. So I'm actually asking for some advice, should I just go with the 10-inch to save space or will the 12-inch sound better? I'm going with 2 Subs, either 10-inch or 12-inch, powered by a 500 watt JL amp (250 each), and a Q-Logic Dual Bandpass box. I listen to mostly rap. So I'm wondering if I should just go with the 2 10's instead of 2 12's cause not only will I save space, but money as well. Thanks for the info.
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For rap I'd say the bigger the better.....
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