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Old 04-17-2007, 01:49 PM
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I was just wondering. what should i buy?

A 1252 W 12" Infinity Subwoofer 300 Watts RMS

or a Lanzar 2000 Watt 15" subwoofer

and if u could tell me too what kind of amp i should get for the 2000 Watt
Subwoofer. I will only be getting one. so i just need to no what kind of amp
should i get???????????

plz write back ASAP
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Old 04-17-2007, 02:36 PM
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Dude, that is like asking what sie pants to buy. What on earth makes you think you need a 15" sub? More info needed here before you arbitrarily go out and blow money on all the wrong equipment.

(1) vehicle it is going in
(2) balance of system
(3) want to get loud or sound good
(4) budget
(5) who is making the sub box
(6) who is installing

more as we go
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Old 04-17-2007, 04:06 PM
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Model MAXP154D
Your Price: for each $66.10
Black Non-Pressed Paper Cone
Specially Treated Foam Edge Suspension
Stamped Steel Basket w/Hex Key Input Terminal
Bumped & Vented Motor Structure
Custom Designed Rubber Magnet Boot
2.5'' Dual Layer High Temperature Kapton Voice Coil
100 + 100 oz. Heavy Double Stacked Magnet Structure
2000 Watts Peak Power
Dual 4 Ohms Nom. Impedance
SPL: 92dB
Mounting Depth: 7.2''
Overall Diameter: 15.4''

Notice the 2000 Watts is peak power. You could probably get away with a 1000 wrms amp.
The alpine mrd-1005 would work great. then, when you're using the magnets for paper weights, you'll still have a good amp.

or, if you want cheap amp to match the cheappy sub, go lanzar again, Model HTG2600D $ 246.02

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