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Old 02-15-2006
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Reg. Cab Systems?

Hey guys. I got the audio bug again. My two front Kicker speakers just arn't enough for me. So now I'm looking at getting a sub, MAYBE two, and attempt to stuff them behind the seats of my reg cab. Am I asking too much to fit two 12's? Perhaps two 10's?

Anyways, could you guys with regular cab's post pictures of your systems so I can get an idea of what I'm looking at? Thanks.
 
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I'm too lazy to take pics right now but I put an amp behind my seat and ran wiring through a drain hole up to the hole in the bed and put 2 12"s in the bed. It's sad but it's noisy and that's important.
 
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I have 2 10's and a "small" amp behind mine...
 
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i'd go with a 10" ported sub... the box will have to be custom if you want it done right. forward fire it behind the passenger seat and vent it out towards the drivers side.
 
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Old 02-17-2006
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Here's my setup:

 
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Originally Posted by EdgeRat33
Here's my setup:


whats that silver thing in the center console? cd changer? amp?
 
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could always go the thunderform route. A single 10 that tucks nicely behind the drivers seat. Lemme know if you are think about it I can tell you all about them.
 
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audiobahn makes these subs that are built to put behind seats. there called piston subs. supposed to hit pretty hard and only have a mounting depth of 4.5 inches for a 12. check em out http://cardiscountstereos.com/Images...og/AWP312T.jpg
 
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'that silver thing' as you call it, is actually two amps....when I took the shot it reflected and kind of distorted what they were.
 
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I say go with a small sealed box with a 10" and a class D memphis amp... Can't go wrong with that. What kind of Sub??? Not sure. You'll have to find one that can be put in a small sealed box and can handle at least 250W.... I'll be back in a couple minutes...
 
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Alpine MRP-M350.....350Wx1ch. @ 2ohm

If that's not enough,

Hifonics TX1005D.....700Wx1ch. @ 2ohm

Here's the Memphis I was talkin' about--

Memphis 16-PRD500.1.....500Wx1ch. @ 1ohm

These are all RMS ratings

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Here's a couple "kinda low-profile" subs

Alphasonik PSW410 10".....5.5" Mounting Depth.....400WRMS Power Handling

Infinity Reference 1042W 10".....4.5" MD.....250-1000W PH....

From experience, an Infinity sub can handle as much as you can give it...

My friend Corey had 1500W on 2 Perfect 12.1s and they never missed a beat, never bounced the voice coil... They were some awesome subs, very hardcore.
 

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i got 2 rockford punch 8s in seperate boxes and a 450watt hifonics amp.it sounds good inside the cab.
 
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Here's a blue print that may come in handy. It's made for one 10" sub, but could fit a shallow 12". Just duplicate and flip the design for 2 subs.

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Old 02-18-2006
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The possibilities are endless.Your only limited by your budget. You can definity get some good sound in a reg cab.
 
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