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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 10:41 pm 
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video of trunk rattle please

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:48 am 
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I like it! I had two 15" Rockford HEs in the trunk of my '89 and always wanted more :beerchug:

As far as trunk rattle goes, it will be extreme with that setup, likely to blow the trunk latch apart, so have a spare around :wink:

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Guess its just not for me. I listen to punk/ska and have no need for that, just gimme a tight 10" sub and some new replacement speakers and im set.



then you gotta hear some metalica drum and bass solo's or some greenday or nirvana. maybe even some of my pink floyd

you would love the way it sounds... ever been to a rock concert or a mosh pit.. sounds just as loud.. :twisted:


Yeah been to plenty of concerts, I just cant imagine 15s are tight enough for the likes of the triplets of the bass drum from NOFX.

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video of trunk rattle please


you got it... but i need some time as i only have 2 of the kickers being powered by a kicker zx2500.1..
my second kicker zx2500.1 amp is being fixed by kicker right now as we speak..

cant wait to get it back...

but if you like i have a video of the 2 15'' subs on one of the kicker zx2500.1 amps for now.. let me look in photobucket for it and i will post it up..


here it goes.... what you hear is the trunk and bumper going crazy.........

im working of putting expanding foam behind the rear bumper...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WRdjP6y0ak

im more worried about the sun roof......


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:34 pm 
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Wow, I'd be worried about a lot more than the sunroof!
Sounds like someone has a jackhammer going on in your trunk. :eek2:

Imagine how your ear drums are responding! :bstooges:

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So the point of doubling that is...? Showing off?

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Wow. Congratulations. That sounds horrible.
To each his own, I mean, if you like it, that's cool.
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So the point of doubling that is...? Showing off?



alot of people are here spend more on performance parts for their cars then i do on my stereo..

meaning you's like to drive fast and possibly hit the track to show off what you's done to your car..

well for me its the same.. i like to listen to my music. ( not loud ) but i like to go to the show and comps to show off..

just like you's speed freaks..

i'd rather go def and live then kill myself in a high speed crash.. :wink:


but yeah... to each his own....

thats what makes everybody an induvidual. different....\
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you no how boring this world would be if everyone only like the same exact thing as everyone else..?

i go f'ing nutz...


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omg, that roof vibration is insane!!

the rattle coming from your trunk isn't far off.........

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Wow, thats insane! Good thing you dont plan on using the trunk eh...

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Im not bashing, but I dislike Kickers. I think they hit bad. Too many. How does that thing go down the road without rattling to pieces haha.

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Im not bashing, but I dislike Kickers. I think they hit bad. Too many. How does that thing go down the road without rattling to pieces haha.


I had a 10" Kicker that I had in my Yukon a few years ago. It was built in the mid-90's and I bought it off a friend for $20. It bumped and was really tight, id buy Kicker again. I also had a JL 12" I used for awhile and was impressed with that, not as tight but got the low end better.

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Guess its just not for me. I listen to punk/ska and have no need for that, just gimme a tight 10" sub and some new replacement speakers and im set.



then you gotta hear some metalica drum and bass solo's or some greenday or nirvana. maybe even some of my pink floyd

you would love the way it sounds... ever been to a rock concert or a mosh pit.. sounds just as loud.. :twisted:


Yeah been to plenty of concerts, I just cant imagine 15s are tight enough for the likes of the triplets of the bass drum from NOFX.

Pretty common misconception. So many people think that 15s and 18s can't hit tight bass, or that 10s can't dig low. Not the case. It's more about how the particular woofer is built, how the box is built (airspace, tuning, etc). I guarantee a 15 or 18" in the right box can hit bass drum notes just fine. I've also seen videos of 10" subs hitting 140+ db at 20hz. So, anything is possible.

And, isn't 9 cubes a little tight for 4 15s? I would think those subs would need at least 3 cubes each, especially ported.


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i am going with a product called ( second skin ). its a new type of sound deadner that is b etter then dynamat



second skin is good. steve meade uses it in his tahoe and his escalade

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mainly box, and power, are the two biggest things with subwoofers. bigger box (port)+decent power = better lows. single sealed box, and decent power = rock music lol

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mainly box, and power, are the two biggest things with subwoofers. bigger box (port)+decent power = better lows. single sealed box, and decent power = rock music lol


Actually that all depends on the driver. Not all subs sound good in large enclosures and not all subs can be put in ported enclosures.


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