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Old 07-27-2014, 05:02 PM   #21
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I highly recommend going with sundown sd-2 instead of w3
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:40 PM   #22
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How dies that dub sound and what amp are you running?
Sounds great for what I listen mostly 90's/Modern Rock and Metal. It is very musical and fast, plays relatively low and has good output. I have it powered by an old Phoenix Gold Xenon 400.1, I have gone through a few different Head Units and Speaker/Subs...but i keep hanging on to those PG amps.

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Old 07-27-2014, 10:18 PM   #23
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Sounds great for what I listen mostly 90's/Modern Rock and Metal. It is very musical and fast, plays relatively low and has good output. I have it powered by an old Phoenix Gold Xenon 500.1, I have gone through a few different Head Units and Speaker/Subs...but i keep hanging on to those PG amps.
The xenons were great amps. I believe they could also be modded to put out way more power than they were rated for
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The xenons were great amps. I believe they could also be modded to put out way more power than they were rated for
Yeah there is a 0-Ohm trick you can do, but in all honesty its not really needed, but it is fun to see what these amps can really push. My x400's birthsheet was nearly 500w which is perfect my a single sub setup like mine.
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i know a guy with 2 jlw3 under the seat of a scab sounds ok nothing special defiantly not worth 260 a sub he paid but since you already have it theres no reason not to use it. as far as the "magnet extension" thats just cut a hole and glass it over with fiberglass or another piece of wood...
its probably because its SEALED. IF youre looking for loudness you have to go PORTED.. ( or a big *** sealed wall ) lol
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Be mindful that some subs are designed to be in a sealed enclosure only. Mine is one of those.
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