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  1. either two sealed sa 10s or 1 ported xcon 12, IMO.
  2. Deto1992

    WHOS PUSHIN 150's BABY???

    I have two Dc level 4s on 800 watts a peice out of the trunk of an infiniti i30 and I hit 148.6 on music.
  3. Deto1992

    Dual 12" L7's ?

    Hifonics will work for your application without a doubt. For subs, if youre trying to keep your budget down, u may want to check out some drivers like ia 187s etc. Two 12s will sound great in the right box and you will save some money on an amp since the drivers have a low power rating.
  4. Deto1992

    Fi BL dilemma

    I would recommend the Deka in a heartbeat. I have a stock 110 amp alt and a single 9a31. My voltage stays above 12.8 at all times and Im running a bxi1608d which pushes about 1600 at 1 ohm. Not too shabby for a $200 battery.
  5. Deto1992

    8" Round Port

    I have two DC level 4s, in 4.2 cubes after displacement, tuned to 34 hz with about 75 in sq port area and they sound great. I understand the situation youre explaining but I cannot say that I have experienced it at all. Also, I just picked them up recently so I only have a bxi1608d pushing them right noww. So, as far as the box goes, 4.2 cubes is working quite nicely for me. However, as we all know, it is partially vehicle dependent so my two 12s in the trunk of a sedan can easily sound different than your two in what seems to be a trunk (since you say you could afford 10 cubes if need be).
  6. Deto1992

    Mac Miller's New Mixtape

    thumbss up for mac millerr. Wouldnt say he is a wiz clonee tho
  7. Deto1992

    Hey im new I need help With FI BTL

    Go to the tech information on Fi's website. It will explain all the options. As for an amp, go with the recommended power.
  8. Deto1992

    which sub for my application?

    Granted the w7 are pretty awesome drivers; however, they are quite pricey. I know the OP said he could afford four of any of the drivers he listed but at around $600 a pop I do not know if they are worth it.
  9. Deto1992

    which sub for my application?

    Who told you this ?? Not saying they do, but for some reason something clicked in the depths of my mind that i've heard that somewhere. OP, for the most part, any sub can sound good as long as the box is well built. I heard that somebody with quite a few L7s competes successfully in some sq comps.
  10. Deto1992

    I don't want to lose lower notes

    What suppose you went with two beefy 12s? With a $600 budget you could get something like two Bl 12s which would kill the lows like you want, you would have more than enough space, and you could power them just fine with the 2200d. Just a thought
  11. Deto1992

    Box for Havoc 15

    It depends where you get the enclosure tuning from. Some sites such as Re Audio's site are slighlty off with tuning. My buddy used Re's calculator then used the physics to figure out the actual tuning and Re was about 5 hz to low on their prediction. Ex. Re said 30 hz, actually tuning was roughly 35 hz.
  12. I do not know for sure but, I believe that a HO alt would be better to keep your voltagee stable. Two batteries would help but ask yourself what is better, 2 batts being charged at a moderate at best rate or a single batt being charged at a rapid rate. Also, if you plan on running your system at near fullt tilt for a decent amount of time you could possibly be draining the batts at a faster rate than they will be charging. For this reason, I would go with the high output alt initially and just add batteries later if needed.
  13. Deto1992

    Help picking a sub(s)

    Well if you go from one w6 in a not so special box to two w6s in a well designed, well built enclosure, youre lookin at like a holy shit thats a big difference.