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  • trevorg
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    Re: Best Sub for a .35ft vas sealed box


    I was able to nab a Ford OEM subwoofer for
    my dads expidition. Well the subwoofer is
    bad. I am looking for somthing that will
    sound good for my dads truck, now i dont
    need heart pounding bass but somthing that
    will reenfource the old rock he listens too.
    I do want it to let you know that it is
    there though. It is like .35ft vas toatle.
    It has a cut out for a 8" driver. I
    will have around 150watts rms for this
    subwoofer. Anybody know how much power the
    stock amp for this subwoofer puts out? I
    will be making a plate to allow for more
    depth because i only have 4" stock so i
    will amke a plate that will give me another
    1" or so...

    I me myself was looking at the Tang Band 740C and it looks stronger than the Quatro but it is a LOT less sinsitive.

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  • johnnyrichards
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    Re: Best Sub for a .35ft vas sealed box


    > I was able to nab a Ford OEM subwoofer for
    > my dads expidition. Well the subwoofer is
    > bad. I am looking for somthing that will
    > sound good for my dads truck, now i dont
    > need heart pounding bass but somthing that
    > will reenfource the old rock he listens too.
    > I do want it to let you know that it is
    > there though. It is like .35ft vas toatle.
    > It has a cut out for a 8" driver. I
    > will have around 150watts rms for this
    > subwoofer. Anybody know how much power the
    > stock amp for this subwoofer puts out? I
    > will be making a plate to allow for more
    > depth because i only have 4" stock so i
    > will amke a plate that will give me another
    > 1" or so...

    That Tang Band Neo subwoofer looks like a nifty sealed woofer for vehicle use.

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  • Jethro
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    Cabin Gain


    Cabin gain can do A LOT with a 65 hz F3. Sure it won't be a sub by HT standards, but it should at least provide some low-end.

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  • Chris Roemer
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    Re: Best Sub for a .35ft vas sealed box


    > 8" Quatro seems like a good fit...
    > <A HREF="http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...46&rak=295-545">http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...46&rak=295-545</A>

    Yup. If you call mid 60's a sub. I don't. (Real answer is, there is no best fit for a sealed .35 cf "sub".) Sorry.

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  • Jethro
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    8" Quatro seems like a good fit... <A HREF="http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...46&rak=295-545">http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...46&rak=295-545</A>

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  • trevorg
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    Best Sub for a .35ft vas sealed box


    I was able to nab a Ford OEM subwoofer for my dads expidition. Well the subwoofer is bad. I am looking for somthing that will sound good for my dads truck, now i dont need heart pounding bass but somthing that will reenfource the old rock he listens too. I do want it to let you know that it is there though. It is like .35ft vas toatle. It has a cut out for a 8" driver. I will have around 150watts rms for this subwoofer. Anybody know how much power the stock amp for this subwoofer puts out? I will be making a plate to allow for more depth because i only have 4" stock so i will amke a plate that will give me another 1" or so...
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