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Old 07-20-2008
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I have 1 Sony Xplod 10 that came in a prefab box it fits perfect behind my passenger seat. I also have a Sony Xplod 1000 watt amp mounted next to it. I can get some pictures of it tomorrow if you need any. Btw this 1 10 pounds man its very loud for what it is im very pleased.
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i would love to see pics too....southern slinger had a l5 10 in his truck at one time and it fit good, my buddies single cab s10 had a l5 10 and the box with the right air space barely fit, u might fit 2 but the airspace will kill them, i have seen enough kicker subs burn coils from lack of air space..we took in more burnt solobarics and kicker would not warranty them due to user fault.
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Nothing fancy. 700w Coustic amp, 12" Polk. Bought the box cheap on flea-bay. Sounded better before the sub blew. Currently looking for a replacement. Like I said, not fancy but it works.

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coustic made real good subs a few years ago, my first sub was a coustic 12 had yellow writing on it, and i swear i loved it, sucks i sold it
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Old 07-21-2008
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what about 2 10'' cvxs?
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Old 07-22-2008
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Anyone have a setup with 2 10's behind the seats and amps in the middle...Im kinda curious about the room you'd have inbetween there IN A REG CAB

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Old 07-24-2008
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Well after hearing about the system you want to be honest I think it would be to much for that truck but it is your truck I have a pretty nice setup and it sounds really good. EdgeChick I have a stereo acount with SourceOne car audio and DB Drive rocks so hard I have all Platinum stuff in my other car and it is incredable.



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Old 07-31-2008
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ok bro this is what i did... i built a huge box for 2 12's that the from place for the subs was set back three inches... then cut a hole though the bed and the cab used bed liner on the box and i am blowing the subs through into the cab... 2 12's at one ohm 1800 watts rms... i will post pictures tomorrow
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i got a re sx 10 at 1 ohm with a rf 1500. pics after box is done
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re makes some good stuff
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Old 10-12-2008
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What are the dimensions of the box, i'm considering building one since it would be the easiest to do. Also, where can you find shallow subs so it can be used?
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Old 10-12-2008
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Unless you are 5'4" or shorter this box will be to big for ya. If your still interested let me know. Those arent shallow subs.
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Old 10-12-2008
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Unless you are 5'4" or shorter this box will be to big for ya. If your still interested let me know. Those arent shallow subs.
I'm around 5'4. How many "clicks" did you have to mover your seat up to get it to fit?
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Old 11-10-2008
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i just orderd my 2 15" rocford p1s to put behind my seats in my 01 regular cab. chee hee
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Dude... I got 2 12s behind my regular cab seat...

i wanted to have 2 12s so by god i built my own box and now have 2 Power Acoustik Fubar 12s and a Rockford Fosgate P500-2 amp and its loud! mossy oak camo felt covering the box to match my seat covers steering wheel cover and cd visor =)
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