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Want to replace an Infinity TSS750 sub (starting to make some funky noises). it has a 10" driver and rated at 34-150hz. power is 150 rms. thinking about a Dayton sub-1000. has 10" driver, 100 watts and 30-140hz. would the 50 watts less power output make a huge difference? Would these 2 subs be somewhat comparable in performance ? thanks.
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Want to replace an Infinity TSS750 sub (starting to make some funky noises). it has a 10" driver and rated at 34-150hz. power is 150 rms. thinking about a Dayton sub-1000. has 10" driver, 100 watts and 30-140hz. would the 50 watts less power output make a huge difference? Would these 2 subs be somewhat comparable in performance ? thanks.

The power secs are not that meaningful, and represent a marginal difference in terms of maximum output. The overall efficiency of the sub is a more critical factor. My guess is the Dayton will do fine, I've read good things.

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