Exactly. A co-worker of mine has two 12s on 350w in a pre-made box and I have 1 10 on 100w in a custom box I built myself. Everyone that's heard the two says my setup plays deeper, more accurately, and louder.wickedsr20 said:A sub is only as good as it's enclosure.
you dont have to run faster than the bear, only faster than the SLOWEST man running from the bear
You have a computer program, that can give you the dimensions and airspace??i have computer program to help design and i own a woodshop to make my own speaker boxes
yes i do and yes it does but you have to have the model number of the sub (which it has over 6000 on file) or the actual electrical and physical property of the speaker. all of which are with the piece of paper on the inside of the cardboard box it came in( all but the cheapest anyway)"You have a computer program, that can give you the dimensions and airspace???? Where can I get it retail or somehow get a copy ??Sounds interesting... I dont wanna spend $140 for a box
There is really no comparing the MTX subs with the Alpines (if you are talking about the type R subs). I have 4 10" Alpine Type R subs in my car right now, and they are without a doubt some of the best subs I've used (and I've been through some subs). They do require a little more power than the MTX's though. So I couldn't really recommend you get the Alpines until I know what amp you are gonna run on them.PrOxLaMuS© said:This Saturday, I will buy some subs......
But I am debating now... on MtX Subs or AlPiNe?????