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Jed85Jed85 Posts: 7
edited October 2013 in Car Subwoofer Talk
I have two 12" kicker cvr and two 12" Rockford p3's both are gonna be pushed by 1200 watt mono class amp should I put all 4 in my car or sell the weaker and buy two more of the same speakers plz help wondering if it would be a good choice to put all or just half
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  • pentoncmpentoncm Posts: 379
    edited March 2012
    Don't ever mix subs. They have different properties and frequency responses.

    I say you sell them all and get 1 or 2 better subs.

    Why exactly do you want 4 subs? I would suggest that you go with 2 subs that have better power handling. JLW6v2, Hertz Hi Energy, Polk SR, etc...
    Don't ever mix subs. They have different properties and frequency responses.

    If you are short on money, two Polk MM subs would do the trick. They are rated 425W a piece, you could use two of them and it would be plenty of power. They go for $159 online.
  • Jed85Jed85 Posts: 7
    edited March 2012
    Well it's like 50/50 some people say go ahead and the others say don't do it I think it would be the best thing cuz ones for deep base and ones for clarity I think I have the best of both worlds and both are great speakers especially the Rockford p3's sound incredibly clear well thanks for your opinion
  • quickr1quickr1 Posts: 340
    edited September 2012
    sell'em and get all the same
  • decaldecal Posts: 2,907
    edited September 2012
    Buy two more of each and slap all of 'em in !!!!!!!
  • SDA1CSDA1C Posts: 2,009
    edited September 2012
    Sell it all, buy these... http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?32-Garage-Sale and a descent amp, Babam! You're in business!
  • Nhpm510Nhpm510 Posts: 122
    edited September 2012
    Quality over quantity
  • Moose68BashMoose68Bash Posts: 3,250
    edited September 2012
    Nhpm510 wrote: »
    Quality over quantity

    Definitely! Go for the best you can get for the money you want to put down.
  • 1996BlackBauer1996BlackBauer Posts: 17
    edited October 2012
    Place the subs in a box you design, but each sub in a different chamber which is tuned to the correct frequency for the sub, that way each sub operates correctly, and they are not in the same airspace, and messing with the sound quality, or level. I've seen it done before with good results.
  • BugstyvyBugstyvy Posts: 113
    edited November 2012
    Sell them all and get them at the same time
  • chumliechumlie Posts: 8,088
    edited April 2013
    We don't understand spam in that from whatever country your from.
  • 20hz20hz Posts: 626
    edited October 2013
    1200 should be plenty but sales wise a customer may not mixed subs plus they may sound weird together , I would just put 2 in a clean looking box and sell it that way .
    From my sales results people dont want a monster system unless they put it in themselves , and if they do you can offer to do it for a fee once they buy the car
  • docjldocjl Posts: 42
    overkill
  • NightfallNightfall Posts: 6,843
    This thread is 3 years old. Pretty safe to assume that this poster with 7 posts isn't returning 3 years later. ;)
  • docjldocjl Posts: 42
    ahhhh. Just looking through the forums to see if there is anything of interest.....

    Hey u never know, maybe he will get an email telling him there is a new reply and check it out?


    Look at my post history and time as a member.

    Stranger things have happened, lol.
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