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Old 01-10-2007, 12:49 PM
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Fi Car Audio?

Anyone heard about these guys? In briefly looking for info, apparently scott from RE audio started this company. Looking at their drivers, the Q15 (or Q18 if my suspension can handle it) looks pretty sweet and targetted towards my goals in my new system. Also, the prices are pretty sweet (if they ship to canada please god). Just looking for anyone else with info on these guys, and if they ship to canada.
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they have a they're own forum at soundsolutionaudio.com. Great subs for the price. haven't used them but heard great t hings about them. Not sure if they ship to Canada, would imagine so. What amp so you plan on running?
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They do ship to canada, just for a lil more funds!! great subs...Have heard nothing but good things from them, and Plan on runnin a set soon!!!
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Sweet, I'll check that forum out. Very nice that they ship to canada. I'll probably get the 15 since the 18 just seems a little ridiculous. Plan on running my Rockford T10001bd to it. Should be nice, but probably won't be running that setup till spring since we just got a blizzard and I need to do some work to my electrical system.
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makesure to get an extra recone kit with your sub, dont ask, just do it. u will thank me when the time will come.
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Recone kit? Yikes! Is that due to poor build quality or what? Makes me a little nervous now.
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Your a recone yuli
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Recone kit? Yikes! Is that due to poor build quality or what? Makes me a little nervous now.
I don't know if he means quality (i don't know anything about their quality and blowingupability since not a ton of people use them so far) or if he means the part about reconing it in the future just because you blow it, which happens . Because if you need one in the future, you don't want to send it back to US again.
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Fi is 'the next big thing'

they do appear to be all that and a biscuit

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Ya, they look to be pretty solid from what I hear. The BTL seems to be the new MT. I think I'm going to wait till there new line comes out (suppost to be the q with more output at a slight hit to sq), and till spring for weather/money reasons. BTW, anyone think my 96' golf's stock alt will be able to handle a rockford t10001bd? In that case I might get one sooner than I think.
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