has anybody used these as car subs?
I have been installing car stereos for quite some time, and so far the best sounding sub in my opinion that i have heard is the dayton 12" dvc. they sound so crisp, deep and not boomy. I tried many different sized sealed boxes (.8-1.6cu ft.) in many different cars with nothing but great results. The problem is I bought a new sports car and don't want to lose much room or add as little weight to it as possible and have a louder system with the same quality sound as from the dayton dvc's. I went ahead and bought a JL audio10w7 which is praised by lots of people all over for being one of the best sound quality subs around. It doesnt lack in the loud dept. one bit... but sound quality is nothing even close to that of the dayton dvc. recently I have seen these new subs come out- <A HREF="http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....=25&rak=DaySub">http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....=25&rak=DaySub</A>
and am wondering how comparable to the dvc's they are? they offer more power handling so im guessing they should be quite a bit louder at full volume, but sound quality wise, how are they? Has anybody used these in a car before, and if so what size box did you go with and what results did you have?
Re: has anybody used these as car subs?
Do a search on Dayton Reference subs. They are being very well received around here.
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