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Old 05-12-2010, 02:42 PM
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sub/amp/box set up questions

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Looking for a sub/amp/box set up for my 2007 crew cab duramax classic.

Listen to rock/pop/country.

Budget, would like to keep it in the 1000$ range. Not after competition level but plan to drive this truck another 10 years so dont mind making a decent system.

For now plan to tie into the stock deck.....bose system.

I have installed systems in the past just hoping to find the right combo to eliminate the RD or finding a decent system.
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:10 PM
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Looking at this box would like some recommendations on subs and amp to drive them.


http://subthump.com/Chevrolet-GMC-Sub-Boxes/Silverado-Sierra-Crew-Cab/01-06-GM-HD-Crew-Cab-Dual-Downfire-Box.html


Fits: 01-06 and 07 Classic GM Heavy Duty Crew Cabs
Approx. Empty Weight: 27 lbs
MDF Construction
Installs under the rear seat
Must swing jack out of the way
No other modifications required
Does not affect rear seat latching
Forward folding function slightly affected
Fits 8" round or square and 10" round subs
Mounting Depth: 6-1/8"
Volume: .55 cu.ft per chamber
Sealed Box, separated chambers
Finish: Carpet
Terminals: Installed
Subwoofers Sold Separately

We have been asked over and over again if we had anything for the GM full size crew cab HD trucks. So we went to work on a radical new sub box design for this truck. The result: a dowfire box that fits neatly under the rear seat and packs one heck of a wallup. This box hits so hard you will not believe it. Hands down, this is easiest and simplest way to get big sound in your HD crew.

As you can see from the photos our box is designed to fit both the the bench seat rear and the 60/40 split rear seat. You've probably noticed that there aren't a lot of boxes out there for this particular truck. And nobody does one for the newer style split seats without major modifications required to the truck. Many of the boxes out there are quite generic-looking or don't fit too good. Not to mention that when they say you must remove this bracket or that bracket, they actually mean that you have to "cut" the bracket out of the truck. Not with our box. Our box requires no modifications to the truck whatsoever. The box fits great and sounds even better. It molds around every part of the under seat area, including all the tricky seat bracing and supports for an authentic-custom look. You don't even have to take out the jack. One of our customers suggested that you can drill another hole in the bass plate of the jack so it can simply be rotated out of the way and re-positioned. Other than that, just drop the box into place and start. thumpin'.

This is a two-chamber sealed box with .55 cu.ft. of air space per chamber. It is meant for two 10s or two 8s only. There is no way to fit 12s in this box so please do not ask. Two 10s were a challenge and pound quite nicely. Standard mounting depth is now 6-1/8", and is even expandable to 6-5/8" if you add a 1/2 spacer. There is no other crew cab box anywhere with a mounting depth that deep. There are a few knock-off imitations out there but don't fall prey to their gimmicks.

This box is a must-have if you like your bass low and loud in your HD crew cab. With out a doubt, this is the loudest best sounding style box you can put in your crew cab, making this box our best selling box for this truck. Don't settle for anything less than a quality crew cab box from Subthump. If some other imitation looks 'cheap', it probably is just that. Our box is the real deal. Get yours today, they are going faster than ever!
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:47 PM
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So far the only sub that I have come across that will fit and meet the small space of .55 cu ft is


http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/library/2007/5_Subwoofers/P3SD210_revA-TS.pdf

p3sd210 and 410.

The punch non shallow mounts would be close .59 cu ft compared to the shallows at .50cu ft.

Any others that can work in a small space?
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:49 PM
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What would be the best amp to run this set up.......mono dual? what size? any particular amp? Guess it would need to have high inputs as well as I plan to run the stock deck.
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Old 05-13-2010, 08:42 PM
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Old 05-13-2010, 09:54 PM
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I will see if there is something I can come up with for you.

Start of with a box like this one?

http://www.bassworx.com/images/enclosures/SIERRAC210.jpg

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