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Old 08-16-2012, 02:53 AM   #1
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What would be the difference in sound?

Ok so I currently have two alpine type e 10 inch subs in my trunk with an amp if I tune same amount of power to the subs but I buy two 12 inch ones what would be the difference in sound?
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Re: What would be the difference in sound?

trust me, with these cars the largest you'd want to go is 10 in
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Re: What would be the difference in sound?

I have two 12s in my 2009, but I don't think I'll be putting them in the GT I'm getting. They are very loud, but the box slides all over the trunk. LOL
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10 s have a tighter bass where as 12s have deeper sound to them and are better for stronger bass I personly love the way tens sound in a small trunk car no over kill just a perfect match bass
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Dont matter what you have, a good sounding system is all in the box. You get a box built by a guy who knows what hes doing and tuned right it will sound amazing. I have a buddy who does audio competitions every weekend and wins. He has two 10' and out does 12's 15's almost anything. It ALL in the box
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Yeah but a perfect match 12 and box will be louder than a 10 with a matched box, there is a lot of factors for a good sounding sub but in a small trunk a good tuned 10 will be more than enough
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Yeah but a perfect match 12 and box will be louder than a 10 with a matched box, there is a lot of factors for a good sounding sub but in a small trunk a good tuned 10 will be more than enough
Not true. Systems are way more technical than you think. You could have the same 10 and 12 in a matched box on each and depending on how much space you have in your car, where you put it. Where you have your port firing. A 10 could be anywhere around 1db louder.
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