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hey guys....i love music and i wana put a nice system in my 2005 dodge ram srt-10...i already have some kenwood excelon amps(xr-4s and xr-1s) and bt900 deck.. i got a ebay dual 10 box with some kicker cvt subs..sounds like crap...what speakers can i use for the front sound stage and whats the best Speaker box/ sub combo i can use...thanks
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There is no box/sub combo. You need to design the sub box according to the speakers you're picking up.

Kicker CVRs aren't exactly the best sounding subs.

What's your budget, and how much space can you work with? Where are you placing these subs?
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There is no box/sub combo. You need to design the sub box according to the speakers you're picking up.

Kicker CVRs aren't exactly the best sounding subs.

What's your budget, and how much space can you work with? Where are you placing these subs?


im putting them under the rear seats...dont know the amount of space....i got about 1500 to spend....
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You will be very limited space wise under the rear seats. Most pre-fab boxes only allow for a magnet diameter of 5" in that location. A custom box might allow for a bit more but, nothing significant.

I think your best bet is for a center console box of some type. You already have a good portion of your system in place. Why not have a custom dual 10" or 12" center console sub box made...

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You will be very limited space wise under the rear seats. Most pre-fab boxes only allow for a magnet diameter of 5" in that location. A custom box might allow for a bit more but, nothing significant.

I think your best bet is for a center console box of some type. You already have a good portion of your system in place. Why not have a custom dual 10" or 12" center console sub box made...

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what would sound better....under the seats or the center console????

i was gonna go with a foxbox with a single jl 12w6....how would that sound with my amp??? or do i need more Power for that sub
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There are lots of ways you can get some stupidly good sound in small spaces. Under the back seats would work pretty well. What are your max dimensions there? There are a good variety of subwoofers that would work surprisingly well in sealed boxes under the seat. A few 8" variants come to mind by Alpine and Sundown. There are also many Dayton neo driver aluminum cones with high excursions that would work very well, in 4", 5", and 6" variants. Doesn't sound like a lot, but when you put 4-8 of them in a sealed box, they produce some mind boggling bass. If you want good sound, the box will have to be custom.

I'd need to know your max dimensions before I could recommend a few solutions though. Also, are you looking more for SPL or for SQ?
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