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Anyone own seen or heard the new subs from soundqubed? Looking into possibly running one of the 12" version

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hmmm.....

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I cant find any info on the enclosure's they need......... Kind of pisses me off.

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

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I had the 15. Was good but definitely better choices IMO.

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

I heard an HD3 15 trunk walled in a lancer, and for a fifteen in 4.5 @ 33hz, on 1500w it rolled off high as hell, the low lows just weren't there. The higher notes were forceful, but the lowest notes just went missing.

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We need to let you sit in our demo vehicle!

 

I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.


I heard an HD3 15 trunk walled in a lancer, and for a fifteen in 4.5 @ 33hz, on 1500w it rolled off high as hell, the low lows just weren't there. The higher notes were forceful, but the lowest notes just went missing.

 

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

 

I have personally liked the sound of the aq/sq subs cuz they slam and play LOUD, in the proper enclosure. 

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

 

I have personally liked the sound of the aq/sq subs cuz they slam and play LOUD, in the proper enclosure. 

 

X2.....  SQ subs are some of the best on the market.   I think some of these guys don't know who the Black Nasty is.   

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

 

I have personally liked the sound of the aq/sq subs cuz they slam and play LOUD, in the proper enclosure. 

 

We get it bro, you like Soundqubed, maybe later you can post something substantial, like an intro in the new members section, instead of peanut-buttering Sq's balls. And that's no slam to Soundqubed, I have no opinion on something I have no experience with. I just don't like minions that only run around posting nut-hugging. Reminds me of Kevin and his little posse. *shudders

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I've never personally like the sound of the aq/sq subs very hollow.and yes I've heard them in proper enclosures.

I have personally liked the sound of the aq/sq subs cuz they slam and play LOUD, in the proper enclosure.

We get it bro, you like Soundqubed, maybe later you can post something substantial, like an intro in the new members section, instead of peanut-buttering Sq's balls. And that's no slam to Soundqubed, I have no opinion on something I have no experience with. I just don't like minions that only run around posting nut-hugging. Reminds me of Kevin and his little posse. *shudders

Well I am sorry but I am not ready for that kind of relationship yet. But thanks for the consideration!!!

I support a company that supports me. Pretty simple logic.

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Guest Denzel garner

Ok besides all the bs what would sound better in a trunk setup 2 hds300 15" are 1 hdc3 15" are a single ab xfl 15" are maybe a pair

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Guest Denzel garner

Either way it go i only have 2 5.1 cubic ft boxes a single 15" an a dual 15" box im tryna choose wich is better with the space i have

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Guest Denzel garner

Thanks ami custom so what your sayin is 2 hds300 15" in the dual 15" 5.1 cubic ft box would be better right???

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What's the amount of space in the box and how much port area? Also tuned to what? Is it 5.1 cubes total for both 15s or 5.1 per?

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It depends on power, but all things equal 2 15s will give greater output.

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Guest Denzel garner

Thank you bassink for your reply for taking so long i was at work but the box is 5.1 cubic ft an have seperate chambers im not sure the size its a custom build tuned to 33hz...but i also seen a box on soundqubed for 2 15" should i just go with that box over the custom box???? An amicustom i well be powering the hds3's with a q1-2200 ..

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Guest Denzel garner

i meant sorry for me taking so long to reply i was at work an really appreciate u guys help on this this would be my first very powerfull system an just need sum advice om wich route to take thanks to whoever take the time to reply..

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Thank you bassink for your reply for taking so long i was at work but the box is 5.1 cubic ft an have seperate chambers im not sure the size its a custom build tuned to 33hz...but i also seen a box on soundqubed for 2 15" should i just go with that box over the custom box???? An amicustom i well be powering the hds3's with a q1-2200 ..

If you're serious about this, build a custom box. Before buying anything you need to measure the space you have and then pick subs out. Post you're max dimensions and we can help you figure out what size and how many subs you should go with.

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And start a new thread so were not blowing this one up.

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Guest Denzel garner

dimension on of the boxes is 120.92 x 60.96 x 45.72 and my other box is the single 15" ported box from soundqubed the atrend box

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Guest Denzel garner

An ok i will make a new thread now

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Man i had a 18" AQ HDC3 a few years back. Banged hard on mid and high bass but died off on the lows. My buddy just picked up 3 12" HDS300 and put them in his Ram inverted port up (dont know the exact dimentions of the box but i think it was tuned around 33hz) moves crazy air and sounds great for fairly cheap subs.

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Man i had a 18" AQ HDC3 a few years back. Banged hard on mid and high bass but died off on the lows. My buddy just picked up 3 12" HDS300 and put them in his Ram inverted port up (dont know the exact dimentions of the box but i think it was tuned around 33hz) moves crazy air and sounds great for fairly cheap subs.

 

Completely different suspension between the two, that is why they sound so different, amount other things....like the coil and motor size. 

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