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I have three vintage (thats legitimate old school!!!) RFA412(?) Rockford Punch Audiophile 12s! Each is in very very good condition, all are 4 ohm. All of the magnet stickers have scratches tho from sitting on shelves and moving over the years. These havent seen power in years! No tears, no cone or dustcap dents, nothing but superb bass. These like .88 cubes sealed!

Will take 50 each plus ship, or 150 shipped for all three! Pics and actual model numbers later when I get home....PM me!









 

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I have a pair of these in 10"---I wouldn't even consider selling them for $50.00 each. Not even friggen close.

Great subs for a stupid low price.
 

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Thanks Erin! YEP those are them! Great specs...check that moving mass out :) Light cone for a 12 = GREAT transient attack!
 

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Do these have foam or rubber surrounds?
 

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rubber. Pix in a little while....
 

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pics posted!!!!
 

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SWEET old school SQ woofer love bump ^
 

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up please
 

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great sub.... best RF ever produced... never understood the stamped basket, but wonderfully transients & decay... fav RF sub ever....

freebie bump

Rob
 

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I bet those would sound amazing... in a ported box. My God, some one's going to score!
 

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Scotty, not sure, but I think 92. Let me closely inspect them....
 

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no dice scott! No prod date anywhere, and spec sheet/ owners manual was printed in 1994
 

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Ran a pair of Audiophile 10s sealed in my old little Integra. Great sound back in the day and probably still holds their own today.
I was excited to get a 12 here, but when I model I get 2.5 cu ft. even w/ a highish .82 Qtc. Is that VAS of 9.182 cu ft correct? Odd as my old tens were great in .6 cuft each. :confused:
 

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Like i posted and PMed, you guys can NOT rely on modelling programs for sealed box woofers in a car! They do NOT account for the car's cabin gain, which changes everything! All those programs do is show you the response charachteristics in an anechoic open-air environment.
Trust me....0.88 cube sealed per driver is the KEY!




And btw, they are SOLD as of 7AM this morning ;)
Steve
 
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