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What sub 1.5cu ft ported? 2400watts!

Old 04-04-2012, 04:47 AM
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Exclamation What sub 1.5cu ft ported? 2400watts!

Hello i am currently in a bind, i have a 15" inch(750watts) in a small 1.5 cu ft box(biggest that would fit in my setup) Along with plenty of mid bass and highs. The 15 sounds great but runs out after half volume, than the highs and mids take over. I have upgraded everything, but now the high volume spl/sq is lacking.
I am thinking about a 10" ported in the small space
I have 1200watts [email protected] to feed the new sub. I would like another 15 but don't thinks it would be worth it. Any recommendations? I've listened to 15's and loved them alot but dont have the room now.
Maybe a rockford p3?
digital designs2500?
RE??
Fi BT?
Or something better???
I have not heard any of those subs but read reviews that they are worth the dough....the sub will be crossd over at 60hz.
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:53 PM
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DD 2510 needs exaclty 1.5 ft^3 to be optimal, and they SING with 1200w (I have the same power going to my 2512).
Highly reccomended. I had an RF P3 before and it was fine for the $, but you get what you pay for, and the DD is almost twice as much $$... ;-)
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