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need new subs for an old School Amp( PrecisionPower Proart50)

Old 04-30-2012, 07:26 PM
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need new subs for an old School Amp( PrecisionPower Proart50)

Precisionpower Proart 50
Not sure of specs but i think [email protected]( i heard these were underated)?
I made a fiberglass box for under the back seats of a 2002 Dodge Ram Quad Cab that house two 12" pioneer ts-w34c Rated at 500 watts peak/150 watts Rms, 1.5 cubic Ft. airspace needed/ Not sure how much airspace i Have. I know i need better speakers with a higher rms rating,Which ones will go well with this amp, without breaking the BANK.
I tried to put 1 of my Neighbors 12" Audiobahn flame q in there but it would not fit. I listen to all Types of Music and like a crystal clear sound, But there are those times that i want to Play some Bass.
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:17 PM
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Everyone says they listen to all kinds of music, so what do you like more of low low tones, or do you like double kick drum tones. This is a big difference in the way you want to buy a sub. I am big on Memphis as you can tell. The reference series subs hit hard and fast, making it a great SQ sub, about $200.00 per speaker. The PR series, are dependable and hit great in the low (below 50hz), under 150each...
I've tried all sorts of product and this stuff works. If this is out of the budget, the street Reference subs are under $100 each. Other than that your working with sony explodes, and Duals, Wally world brands.....
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Precisionpower Proart 50
Not sure of specs but i think [email protected]( i heard these were underated)?
I made a fiberglass box for under the back seats of a 2002 Dodge Ram Quad Cab that house two 12" pioneer ts-w34c Rated at 500 watts peak/150 watts Rms, 1.5 cubic Ft. airspace needed/ Not sure how much airspace i Have. I know i need better speakers with a higher rms rating,Which ones will go well with this amp, without breaking the BANK.
I tried to put 1 of my Neighbors 12" Audiobahn flame q in there but it would not fit. I listen to all Types of Music and like a crystal clear sound, But there are those times that i want to Play some Bass.
Have you tried the Pioneers? They should handle that amp fine.
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the pioneers i have are only 150 rms i want to push this amp, i was thinking about a 250-400 rms watt speaker
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:50 PM
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That amp only does 400w @ 2 mono, but carry on...
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what does that mean? what rms do i need in a sub to get the most out of this amp
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