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Old 04-26-2006, 09:53 PM
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15 inch kickers

I pretty much have my mind set about buying two of the 15" Kicker CVR's. I have heard only good reviews about them on cardomain but sometimes the owners get overly excited about their new equipment and exhagerate (<--sp?) how good the subs actually are. Does anyone have knowledge about these subs? I heard that 15's can be sloppy, and I don't mind a little sloppy I just don't want the sound quality to be really crappy.


P.S. - Some of you are probly wondering what happened to my idea of the full infinity system. The car that I was going to buy was sold the day before I traveled 2 hours to go pick it up. Ya, I was pissed beyond belief, so now I am keeping my blazer and I have lots of room to work with and I figured that two 12" infinitys would be a waste of space.
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Old 04-27-2006, 09:53 AM
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When I worked at a shop a couple of years ago, we had a customer that had a single CVR 10" in a factory ported Kicker box, and it was very loud. Sounded good. I imagine the 15's in the right box would be quite impressive.
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