Hi guys. Can someone recommend me a 12" sub that would work with a corner sealed enclosure around 1.0 cubic ft?
I have a 2010 camaro with an 'upgraded' Boston Acoustics factory audio system. I installed it 10 years ago and my Infinity $40 sub died about 9 years ago. FINALLY fixing and upgrading the sub. The sub would only kick on when making sharp turns and only on high volumes. I measured the impedance and it didn't read at all. Weird!
I have a Kappa Five 1200W 5 channel amp that provides 300RMS to the sub at 2 ohms. It uses the other 4 channels for my interior speakers.
Amp Specs: https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item...APPA-FIVE.html
I also have a custom corner/stealth sealed enclosure that looks like this: https://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=186698
Box Construction: 3/4 MDF
Mounting Depth: 10.5"
Volume: 1.0 cu.ft
Hole: Fits 12" or 10" subs
I have had 2 strong recommendations so far. The JL AUDIO 12W3v3-2 and IDQ12 V.4 D4 (wired in parallel to make 2 ohms).
Are those 2 recommendations above good? Any other thoughts? The 12w3v3 is 300RMS, but the IDQ says 750RMS. Will the IDQ still work well with my 300RMS output?
I dont like 'muddy' bass where the entire car rattles and its hard to hear the song, but do like the kicks or aggressive synths when playing. I remember when first installing my Infinity sub: With the AC on, if I could feel the AC move with songs, that would be awesome as well if the new one could do that. Right now Im leaning towards the IDQ12 over JL, but am worried about the RMS rating difference. And I'm ONLY highly looking at those because they were recommended.
Genre of music: Trailer/Rock/EDM(Bass Kicking / Club types / Sharp & Quick / Chest-Felt Beats).
I've been out of the game too long and could use yalls help. I am hoping to make the purchase tomorrow!