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post #1 of 5 Old 01-17-2013, 11:51 AM - Thread Starter
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Ok, so my uncle found these woofers somewhere in Miami, he gave them to me because he had no need for them. (He tested them, they work) I have never seen this brand in my life, I cannot find any information whatsoever on this brand. I need to know the watts that this has so that I can get the amp for it and all that jazz.. Has anyone seen these before?
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They look like car audio subwoofers to me rather than home theater subs.

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They are for cars, I'm looking to see if anyone knows about them. Am I in the wrong forum or something? If so, then FML -___-
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Tell us the diameter of those drivers, it woud be a start in determining how much power they can handle safely. 150 watts is probably safe, but not if you run sine waves. For music and movies 150 watts is a good estimate.

Others may have additional information.

Did you buy these in Cuba? If so information may not be available.

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post #5 of 5 Old 01-17-2013, 12:40 PM
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They look like generic auto sound. The only way to make use of them is to get their T/S parameters, either from the manufacturer or by measuring them yourself, and if you knew how and had the necessary gear you'd have already done so.

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