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incriminator 2 i12s or 1 15" lethal injection in hatchback sealed?

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prince_85    0

hello everybody, i just got a 3000gt hatchback and i need a know what would the best setup for a setup sealed box b/c space is limited so i need to know will 2 i12s or the 15 lethal injection sealed sound the best in my car? looking to push 1000-1200 watts with the subs facing the hatch glass.

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garychurch84    126

I think there is a thread here somewhere on the same car

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jcarter1885    690

No way to tell you what will sound best in your car unless you install both. Just flip a coin and make the decision easier on ya.

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prince_85    0

i think i leaning towards the two i12s b/c of more cone area and i think ill be pretty loud since its a hatchback anyways so ill tell you guys how it sounds when i install it and might post pics.

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Aaron Clinton    1,940

Are you budget limited?  The LI is a very nice subwoofer.

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Dangercdv    4

two 12s should be louder and still keep just about the same quality. Thats what I would go for.

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THX_Elite    26

This tends to be a personal decision with examples of setups in your car on you tube and around the forums

...I tend to be a 1 sub kinda guy myself, but that does not mean that 1 sub would be the best application for your setup.

If i had the room I'd run 1 nice 15" sub in my car.

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Stephen93s10    40

Two i12s have cone area advantage,but if your budget is sufficient two lethal injection 12s would be even better!

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