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Old 07-21-2007
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elemental designs 6"

http://www.edesignaudio.com/edv2/pro...products_id=33

what you guys think of these in a reg cab
1-2 maybe space is a issue but these look like they pound good for a 6" and sweet excursion
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I've heard alot of good things about there 10's
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i see they have a small 10" for space wise.. maybe that would work better in my single cab
hmmm
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if you dont mind giving up a little bit of leg room you can build a box that will fit right up behind the seats with .75 to 1ft of airspace (if 2 seperate boxes) and fit 2 10"s in there if not just throw a 10 behind the passenger and you will have all the leg room u did b4
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I have one, and I think it's pretty good for a 6.5" sub.

It won't give you the "boom" factor of a small box 10, 12, or 15, but it gives you bass unparalleled by any full ranger speaker/amp setup. The box size is really clutch, as I had a wedge box made for the reg. cab and I could still recline my seat all the way. It's just big enough to give bass to a reg. cab, particularly behind your seat. My only real complaint is that I wish I had the sub face the cab wall instead of the seat...you get a little deeper/louder bass if it's reflecting and radiating against a wall instead of facing you.
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what about the shallow 10" they make?
looks nice on youtube
http://youtube.com/watch?v=NZdZuJreFok
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i've heard of those little 6 inchers that will POUND!!!!! i've seen vidoes of some audiobahn ones on some site...all these guys were like " no way..thats gotta be at least 2 10's"

turned out to be 5.25"s or 6.5"'s but they are very tight
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ive got 2 ED 12s in the truck..and i love em..good bang for your buck..i was gunna get some of these but got side tracked and didnt..i say DO IT!
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