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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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Suggestions on my dodge ram truck box.

Iv posted a similar post before but I want to know different stuff this time.Ive got a 2001 Dodge ram quad cab. I want to have a custom box built to go under the rear seat(remove the plastic divider). The other ones Iv seen have only been able to hold 2 10's. My question is- does anyone know if I could fit 2 12's and if not anyone got any suggestions on some subs and amp? Iv been looking @ some diamond audio but have never heard them so I dont know if thats the sound I want. I like bass thats way to loud. If it can rattle your chest when you turn it up then I like it. I dont think I can expect the world from a couple of 10 that'll fit in the box but I want the most boom I can get.Thanks


to onebadwagon:I plan on taking to your shop to have the box built but itll be a little later down the road
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I don't have any suggestions, but Diamond Audio sounds pretty dang good IMO.

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Diamond Audio has 3 different levels of subwoofers, I use the D3s (CHEAP!) and have had the same 3 12s now that I bought used a couple of years ago. They've seen dozens of hours play time with 1200+ watts on them over their life and still work perfectly.

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try some jl 10w6's with a 1000 watt amp you wont be disappointed

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try some jl 10w6's with a 1000 watt amp you wont be disappointed
I think those are to big to fit in the box Im gonna have built.
http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_subs.php?series_id=6
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personally i'd go with some alphasoniks, they have a great sound and can take alot long loud hours of play
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Call my buddy stacy bell at AUDIO KINETICS. He will make you a box for two twelves and so on with other info. Tell him mike sent you.

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alphasonik is crap.


You will get better response and overall performance with 2 10" subs under the seats, the JL 10w3 v2 work VERY well for moderate power levels.

IF you do have to have 12's, be prepared for extremely peaky performance, and very sharp low frequency rolloff. In other words, it'll sound like crap.


BP is right, Diamond is good stuff, but most of the subs they use are more oriented towards vented enclosures.

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