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Old 12-21-2005
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Square sub Vs. Round sub

okay... im curious... ive thought about buying a kicker sub many times, but i dont wanna spend the money or time buying or building a square box. what sounds better... Round or square.
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well a square sub has a greater surface area for the size they say they are. so an 8" has the same surface area of a 10" kinda cool when space is a concern. but really there is no difference since all subs can be tailored for what you want
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i have 1 8" solo L7 in my truck, i had 2 but one f**ked up, so i got one now and i really will not get rid of it for anything and if and when this one blows, im getting another one, the L7's are rated at 450 RMS, but i only push 250 to it(had 250 going to each when i had 2) and i would NOT put anymore than that to it but it does sound amazing on any kind of music, and i have it in a sealed box, i THINK it is .6 Cubic feet.....i've had memphis subs and kicker, and this is the best so far, i love solo's

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Old 12-21-2005
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just cuz it is a square sub does not mean u need to build a box just get a box to the specs of the sub. When seariching you should find ported and sealed box demionsions. then find a box within those specs. all the solo baric series comes with a cut out to trace around the circle hole.you just make a few cuts within the cardboard cutout and ur box is now for a square. I used to have a truck box with mine although i built a custom fit box now. it will be kinda like this [O] u just cut the extra out.

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Old 12-21-2005
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I have one single 12" L7 hooked up to a kicker SX1250.1 at 2 ohms. I can power another one, but i dont know if i can handle 1 more. 1 L7 is amazing, especially in a ranger. It sounds amazing, especially with the amp i have, which is fully digital.

id reccomend kicker L7's or L5's with the SX1250.1, or any of the other SX series amps.
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