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i want a single sub setup that is crazy loud but i dont want to buy a new alternator and the stock one puts out at peak about 120 amperes
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get a 5000spl from Pioneer and have fun with your eardrum surgery
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What is your budget?

Do you need an amp, headunit, wiring kit?

You need all of that stuff to run your subwoofer, except for the fact that you can use your stock factory headunit.
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oz subs are mf-ing beasts

I have a hard time believing that the Hifonics Goliath XX-3212 has a 98dB sensitivity. That's more than most pro audio 18's.

I think the '9' should have been an '8'.
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you arent going to get that loud with a single 12 in a trunk car... just wont happen lol



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I have a hard time believing that the Hifonics Goliath XX-3212 has a 98dB sensitivity. That's more than most pro audio 18's.

I think the '9' should have been an '8'.
http://www.maxxsonics.com/hifonics/subs_goliath.html
read The Hifonics Goliath Subwoofer Line-up at the bottom
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rockford t2 will get loud with only 1 sub
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XX3215 15-Inch SPL Driver
Theile & Small Parameters:
Fs = 31.5Hz
Qts = 0.38
Vas = 57.8 Liters
Xmax = 25mm
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thats what i thought 8)
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thats a crazy sensitivity.

it would be loud... but not "crazy loud" as you want



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thats a crazy sensitivity.

it would be loud... but not "crazy loud" as you want
for crazy loud dont use the trunk, do a wall
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how bout...dare i say it... a JACKHAMMER
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but seriously...a solox 18 maby or...
http://www.ozaudio.com/oz/oz_p15.htm
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i really like the solo x alot but i dont know whut is like the spl in a 3 cuft enclosure and im gonna deff be only pushing about 2000 watts rms to it cause i dont want it to blow on me plus im only gonna use it for daily driving
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you said crazy loud, you just cant do crazy loud in a trunk 8)
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maybe not crazy loud in a TRUNK but damn sure in a TRUCK... I will prove this theory soon enough 8)
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read The Hifonics Goliath Subwoofer Line-up at the bottom
Thats still not right. They say 2.83 volts which is not 1 watt! That completely depends on the impedance. There is no way a 12" high excursion subwoofer is going to get anything close to even 90dB sensitivity.
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ok well his stock alt will only put out about 1728max watts and about 1221 rms so at most saying you have the battery Power to back it up you can go times that meaning you sugguest something smaller .I personally would say this amp

http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=3195 and

2 of these woofers

http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=3219

sensitivity 99.9

also 2 opitma yellow top batterys with a knukoncepts wiring kit m would make a killer soundsystem
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You guys, these sensitivities are not consistent. They are measured with very low impedances to get high SPL's but that doest make them more sensitive. I'm telling you, you need to measure them at 1 watt and you need to look at BL^2 divided by Re to really get a feel for how efficient the subwoofer is (give the moving mass is not abnormally large and the suspension is overly restrictive)


You'll also find thoes figures are often hidden, and now you know why, lol.
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with 3 cubes and 2k watts your not gonna ge CRAZY loud
most crazy loud subs need crazy big boxes and like said before theres no such thing as a crazy loud trunk car
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12 solo x....twweeellllvvvvveeeeee soollloooo XXXXX



you know you want to

run it with the kicker kx2500.1


ur gonna need an alternator upgrade anyways and some yellow tops
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Your stock alternator is 130amps, much better than my 85 amp alternator. I'm running 1500 watts with an additional battery and don't get voltage drops below 12.2 volts.

Depends on what you call "crazy loud". I have hit 142db in a trunk with a single 12" sub on 1500 watts. For a trunk, and a box tuned to 28hz, I don't think that's too bad.
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meca? isaca or dbdrag?
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what about a jl 12w7 and 1000/1 amp
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