Me like 'very tight'. What alignment were you running. And too cool on the '63 Bug. The sound deadening must increase the weight by half. My buddy had his car literally lifted over another by thieves. It would be nice to see a build up.I was actually using it in a small bass-guitar enclosure. It sounded VERY tight compared to my other fender amp with a big 15" in it. Never used it for anything else, but i plan on using it in an install for my 63 beetle.
Nope, this is $10 off the price it's been hovering at for the last 6 months or so. The price has come down a few times in the past year, and I'm betting they're going to run out soon. The 12"s have gone NLA, so this is the time to jump if you intend to buy any of the 10"s.IIRC, it's been that price for close to a year now.
'Generator', dang this is gonna be a challenging and interesting build. That ported NS10 should fit the bill and ya gotta love the recycled door HT box. Thanks. There are so many damn interesting subs out there that are affordable until I try to own too many.Sadly my 63 beetle hasn't gotten the audio build started yet. I'm going to go as nice as I can on it, take my time, do it all right. Since i'm running a generator instead of an alternator, that means low amperage so i have to make it very effecient. I couldn't stand my NS10 sitting on a shelf so i actually just built a 1.6 cu. ft. box with a port today for my home theater. IT SOUNDS AWESOME! It goes VERY low for a 10" sub, it is pretty dang efficient as well! For the decently small size box with small port (2.25"x appr. 4" long) it hits low, hard, and makes the floor shake! I'm tempted to get more now that they are this cheap. I actually made the baffle out of a 2" thick piece of solid wood...a solid wood door piece