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just wonderin if a 15 rl-p would be better (than the 12) or too much in a 4 door car with a trunk? (mazda 626) definately gonna git an rl-p asap but a 12 or a 15? LSQ definately my goal with the empasis on sq.same 600 wrms.

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while the 626 has a decent trunk and will fit the 15..i used to own a 98...the 12 will give ya some left over space. also, it gets loud, loud enough for a 4 dr car..lol. i have a single 12 in 1.25ft^3 sealed in an 04 grandprix off the factory hu and 750wrms rated. even after the factory hu attenuates the bass it's loud and sick low. i love the lows it plays..lol..

so it's really up to u, the 15 will take up more room, but will could potentially yield more output, though u could get real close to a sealed 15 with a ported 12...and they use roughly same size box.

also, teh 12 will save ya a bit of money...

so..how is ur budget? space? desired output? those will help answer ur question..and again, the 12 is enough for a mid sized car.

wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :slayer:

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15's

they have more cone area, which means they'll get loud easier, ...in most cases, thier is also factor x, y, z.

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so..how is ur budget?

the difference in cost between the 12 and 15 is almost nothing.

space?

i suppose i need to keeP some

desired output?

AS MUCH LSQ AS I CAN GET UP TO SLIGHTLY OVER SENSIBLE LIMIT?

those will help answer ur question..and again, the 12 is enough for a mid sized car.

IS IT FAIR TO SAY (LIKE MOST OTHER WOOFERS) THAT THE 15 IS HARDER TO MOVE AND THEREFORE LIKELY TO BE LESS ACCURATE?

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You will have a tighter bass, but dont get me wrong 12's hit, 15's pound, and 18's will be here this week and i'll tell you after i hear them how they sound :fing34:

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