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Sealed or ported?

What amp will be powering it?
 

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there is a guy with an oz 10 in the foum actually selling it for a very nice price and if i remember correctly the oz 10 can go in a .8 cubic sealed enclosure an ported was 1.2 or sumwhere around that figure
 

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Hi, I'm meteoro's friend who need the sub

Sealed or ported?
whatever, but 1 cu.ft. max.


What amp will be powering it?
amp will be choiced after the sub. i have a pg xenon 200.4 and a pg xenon 1200.1, but... there is no problem if I have to change for another amp.


thanks for the answers, i keep reading :book2:
 

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what do you thing about:

- Dayton QT255-4 10" Quatro Subwoofer 4 Ohm:
Parts Express:Dayton QT255-4 10" Quatro Subwoofer 4 Ohm

- Dayton RSS265HF-4 10" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Parts Express:Dayton RSS265HF-4 10" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm

- Dayton RSS265HF-4 10" Reference HO Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Parts Express:Dayton RSS265HO-4 10" Reference HO Subwoofer 4 Ohm

- Dayton TIT280C-4 10" Titanic Mk III Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Parts Express:Dayton TIT280C-4 10" Titanic Mk III Subwoofer 4 Ohm

the first is much more sensitive, but the rest can take more power...
every comment in parts-express about those dayton talk very well, and all works fine in very small boxes.


another subs that i like is the DLS Iridium 10' and JL 10w6, or idq 10


basically that are the options, but I would like your opinion about this subs, and accept any other suggestion

thanks in advance!
 

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A couple members here have the Dayton HO 10, Chad is one that has written about it in his build log and a few other places.

Appears to be a great sub, and you can go ported in the space you have available. I think he is running .7 or .75 @ 29 hz
 

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i looking for a good and natural sound, with deepest and clearest bass possible, and... yep, i like listen at hi volumen sometimes...

the front stage is a 3-way active, legatia L1 pro, legatia L4, and CDT es-06+ for midbass, (legatia L6 soon)

now I have a Soundstream Reference R1 12', and sounds ok, but is a piece of beast!!! too big! in a almost 2cu.ft. box

I want something little now ;)
 

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i looking for a good and natural sound, with deepest and clearest bass possible, and... yep, i like listen at hi volumen sometimes...

the front stage is a 3-way active, legatia L1 pro, legatia L4, and CDT es-06+ for midbass, (legatia L6 soon)

now I have a Soundstream Reference R1 12', and sounds ok, but is a piece of beast!!! too big! in a almost 2cu.ft. box

I want something little now ;)
Nice stuff.

The dayton ref is always a great choice and love ported boxes. The HO is a small box sub and the HF is a larger box sub. Youd probably want the ho.

If you can do a very long port, the ho 10 in .7 cuft tuned to 30 hz is great.

Otherwise, you can toss two tens in 1 cuft. Or a single dayton ho 12 or the Diyma 12.

The diyma may be right up your alley
 

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If you want something that fits in a small box then I can only recommend the Stereo Integrity Mag v.4 @ $250.
It is a 12" sub that works in as small as 0.7cuft with polyfill to 1.0cuft recommended (largest being 1.2cuft) - power handling being 1000rms.
The shallow mounting depth of 5.5" helps too.

Kelvin
 

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If you want something that fits in a small box then I can only recommend the Stereo Integrity Mag v.4 @ $250.
It is a 12" sub that works in as small as 0.7cuft with polyfill to 1.0cuft recommended (largest being 1.2cuft) - power handling being 1000rms.
The shallow mounting depth of 5.5" helps too.

Kelvin
ohh thanks for your answer! i dont know about Stereo Integrity, but looks interesting!

someone else recommend it?
 
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