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I need 2 10" sealed box .69 cu feet. (Whats best)?

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I'm putting together a budget system in a Ford F-150 I have a custom box with .69 cu feet sealed available for 2 10" subs.  There is a lot of options I've been narrowing it down so far I'm leaning towards the Sundown Audio SD 10 Dual 4.

 

I am going to be running a Class AB Mono channel amp rated at 1400 Watts RMS into 1 ohm load.

 

There restrictions

6 Inch mounting depth

300 dollar budget

looking for Dual 4 ohm subs or single 2 ohm subs

(Want as much bass as possible from a 2 10" subwoofer sealed enclosure)

 

Thanks for any help with picking the right pair of tens!

 

     

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You might be better off turning that into a ported enclosure for a single 10.

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.69 cubes for each driver?

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pretty sure the depth of the SA is more then 6 the sundown E is a great sub and works very well in a small sealed box,

 

 i recently did an install on a 13 f 250 super duty with 2  E 10s on  a old memphis 1000 watt.. sounds bad ass.88

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Obsidian Audio 10" V3 is spec'd out for super small enclosures. 

 

Port length is tricky in an enclosure that small though.

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