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I have a mutual contact that wants to sell me their 10" energy car sub (I think it is an energy ENC10B) along with their phoenix gold z500.1 amp but I can't seem to find much info on the sub and barely any useful info on the period and origins of the PG Z500.1. I can find the online manual for it but from what I can see that it was not an amp that was sold in north america.

I have energy speakers at home that use the same style driver as the sub being sold so I know they're half decent quality but for car audio were they a big name? I vaguely recall energy being in the car audio game around 2007ish up until maybe 2011ish or so?

Some background info would be appreciated!
 

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I don't know anything about that specific amp, but PG historically made very good gear. The last experience I had was with their Xenon amps, and desipite their size were very good. Regarding the subs, I've never heard of them in car audio, but that's not necessarily a big deal for subs, even very inexpensive subs can do the job nicely if they are in an appropriate enclosure.

How much is your friend trying to charge you?
 

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About 5 years ago I put together a budget system in my work truck at the time, 2015 F350. Kenwood head unit, JBL 6x8s in deadened front doors, Excelon 4 channel to run it, and the Energy prefab vented box. Got all the gear from Visions, the Energy sub and box were cleared out new for less than 100 bucks. I was impressed, played low, was fairly accurate, and was efficient too, as I was running probably 150 watts to it. Energy ENC10B/ENC12B
 
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