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basically looking at the Q and the TC-2000... want a daily driver setup with sql and going to feed the subs with around 1000rms
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i sense a " i don't know what i want" feeling going on here.
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i sense a " i don't know what i want" feeling going on here.

exactly.. its like the more i research, the more options i find and the more confused i get i used to be set on the bxi and now not even that, i used to be set on the ssd and now im onto the tc-2000.. and then i have to pick a 12 or a 15 . soo much to choose from ..
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The TC-3000 is 1000rms, but the TC-2000 is 800rms, which do you mean? I'd say go wit the TC though from some experience wit the TC-3000.
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TC 2000 > Q for me
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thanks guys im 100% on the TC-2000 now, so no more "this sub vs. this sub" for a long time!! sorry.. im sure it got annoying.
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alright so the TC-2000 is rated for 800rms, but how much do i have to give it for good output? I liked the Q because i could get a scope of its SPL and Power consumption from "the great 12 challenge" if only the TC-2000 could have been a part of the challenge
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id go with the Q
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ill never run a tc driver in my life
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will it give me better spl? i know the TC-2000 is a SQ sub so i dont really know what to expect from it, where is the Q looks like it can do spl and decent sq..
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ill never run a tc driver in my life

really? any reasons?
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will it give me better spl? i know the TC-2000 is a SQ sub so i dont really know what to expect from it, where is the Q looks like it can do spl and decent sq..


Both subs about the same motor strength, the vc size, length and wind are the same, even come from the same vender. They are going to be about as loud as eachother. The difference is going to be how they behave during high excursion. e.g. dynamic linearity.

Here is a recent 2k review
http://www.tcsounds.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=883
note, the new 2k's have improvements including the tall surround.


There is no bad choice here.
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not to be rude or anything.. but how many damn threads do there need to be asking this same question...
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