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Default Need suggestions for a 12" sub in a 1cuft sealed box with 800 watts

Looking for recommendations for a single 12" sub that can be run at 2ohm load in a sealed 1-1.25 cuft enclosure. Would prefer a single 2ohm VC, but dual 4ohm VC's would work to get me down to the 2ohm load.
Amp is a 1x800 @2ohm, PPI PC1800

Update: I'll be buying used and would prefer to spend somewhere between $150-225. Not looking for either extreme of SQ/SPL - somewhere in the middle is fine.

This is to replace an old school Audiomobile Mass 2012 4ohm SVC
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Default Re: Need suggestions for a 12" sub in a 1cuft sealed box with 800 watts

Way more good DVC4s out there then SVC2s.
DVC is just more flexible.
I'd look at the Alpine Type S or NVX VSW I think it's called.
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Looking for recommendations for a single 12" sub that can be run at 2ohm load in a sealed 1-1.25 cuft enclosure. Would prefer a single 2ohm VC, but dual 4ohm VC's would work to get me down to the 2ohm load.
Amp is a 1x800 @2ohm, PPI PC1800

Update: I'll be buying used and would prefer to spend somewhere between $150-225. Not looking for either extreme of SQ/SPL - somewhere in the middle is fine.

This is to replace an old school Audiomobile Mass 2012 4ohm SVC
Alpine Type R 12?
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Default Re: Need suggestions for a 12" sub in a 1cuft sealed box with 800 watts

This Boston Acoustics Pro 12.5LF would work wonderfully in that size box and that power range.

Boston Acoustics Pro 6.53 & LF12.5

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