Need advise on shallow mount sub

RSTERNRSTERN Posts: 292
edited April 2014 in Car Audio & Electronics
I have come to acquire a rockford p3 shallow mount sub in a rockford box. Heres the link http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_43403_Rockford-Fosgate-P3S-1X12.html. The sub is blown, so should I just put a p3 back in or does someone else have any advise on shallow mount subs. I want to stay with this box, because it fits behind the seat of my truck.
Thanks
Rob
mains: rt16
center: csi40
surrounds:fx 1000
sub: SVS 20-39pc+
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  • MacLeodMacLeod Posts: 14,365
    edited April 2014
    Check out the Polk MM subs. They're pretty shallow and work very well. I've been running a pair of them for a couple of years now and love them. There are some other brands on Crutchfield that offer shallow mount subs.
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  • RSTERNRSTERN Posts: 292
    edited April 2014
    Looked at those first. Must be under 4 in mounting depth. Not much room behind the rear seat in a 2001 super duty crewcab.
    Thanks
    Rob
    mains: rt16
    center: csi40
    surrounds:fx 1000
    sub: SVS 20-39pc+
  • WLDockWLDock Posts: 2,627
    edited April 2014
    Hey, if you want something that will work for SUPER CHEAP, I have the sub below. I bought this years ago and mounted it in a box but never really used it much. Been sitting around for years. Send me a PM if interested in the driver. I'm in Crown Point, IN can send or pick it up if you are close.

    BLAUPUNKT THW1200 12" SUBWOOFER
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    12" subwoofer and grille
    Blaupunkt's Thin line "Sonic Saucer" technology has been able to effectively reduce speaker mounting depth without sacrificing sound quality. This speaker only requires 3 inches of mounting depth giving it the ability to be placed just about anywhere your creativity takes you.
    Power Handling: 600W max/200W RMS
    Frequency Response: 20-200 Hz
    Sensitivity: 90 dB (2.83V/1m) - 87 dB (1W/1m)
    Thiele/Small parameters: fs = 25 Hz, Qts = 0.50, Vas = 4.0 ft3
    Impedance: 4 Ohms system impedance
    Woofer Magnet: 40 oz. Barium Ferrite
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    Installation Depth: 62 mm or 2.44 inch
    Installation hole diameter: 280 mm or 11.02 inch

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