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Old 08-29-2002, 03:41 AM   #1
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alright my last car was that car that you see driving round thats looks "ok" but gets looks cause of the basssss its got, i have since sold that and took out my sys....i am wondering if i should reinstall it or if i should sell it and go allll name brand...heres whats i have in my possession now:
2 10" subs (350 watts a piece ina closed box)
2 12" subs (in a ported box - got a good deal about 350 to 400 watts each)
1 12" sub (in a ceramic bandpass box rated at 700 watts)
1 orion amp (2 channell, think 350 wattage output..??)
1 optimus amp (thats.....260 watts out)
1 .5 farad monster cap
1 x-over w/ 10 db bass boost
1 4 way x-over with 10 db bass boost
anddd......oh yea an another 12" at about....200 wattts
annnnnddddd......oh yea a sony h.u. at...45X4
aaaaaaannnnnnnddddd........i think thats it...oh wait 1 more amp at 250 watts...ok THATS IT!!
so what'da ya think of the sys... :P ??heh heh heh -lol
ok so my thing is should i sell it or should i install it..i do it all myself - total professional so thats no big thing...so yea...thats my ?? lol - sell or install??

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Old 08-29-2002, 03:54 AM   #2
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I would keep the 2 10"s, the 2 12"s, the orion amp, the optimus amp, the .5 farad cap, the x-over, and the sony h.u. and the other 250 watt amp. then sell the rest. hook the 10s to the optium amp hook the 12s to the orion and use the last 250 watter for the front mids and highs unless it is 4 channel the run it on the doors and rear deck speakers. but this is just what i would do if i had all that. but then again I would also build a new sealed box to house the 10s and the 12s in the trunk. dynomat the whole car make an amp rack and run with that.
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Old 08-29-2002, 04:00 AM   #3
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Ceramic box.... I'd like to see that.
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Old 08-29-2002, 04:16 AM   #4
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alright - i really want to build an amp rack but have never done it b4 and i also want to build a custom box for the 10's and 12's but i haven't a clue as where to start - i am familiar with just about every other aspect of audio....exept that...lol - i would lke ot utilize the fact that the rear seats fold down and maybe put the amp rack there with a few neons and such, i just need a direction to go in...so...yea...lol
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oh yea ill try to set up a site and post pics of the stuff - i.e. - the very heavy ceramic box
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Old 08-29-2002, 04:32 AM   #5
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Well the only reason I wanna see it was cuz a pal of mine and I were considering building ceramic boxs for home applications. This was back when I was into programming acoustic computer models of box design, and he was into ceramics.

Our thoughts never quite gelled, so the designs never happened. But we knew we hit on a good idea. I'd like to see its implementation.
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