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hello, ive got a lanzar 1600 vibe 2 channel amp. it does 800 watts per channel at 4 ohm. 650 at 2 ohm. not 2 ohm bridgable. i like big bass, i listen to rap. i want something thatll really bump at 30 hz and hit a 20 hard too. i dont care about anything over 55hz and i dont care if its loud or not i just mainly want to feel it. i was thinkin two lanzar max pro 15's in a 5cu box. there 1000 rms each but theylle be in a sligthly larger box. i dunno if anybody else knew what im talkin about and give me some advice but is this a good approach with a more rms speaker in a big box to get what i want. n btw i got everything else too 0 gauge wire, kenwood receiver thats <1%THD, 1.6 farad lanzar capacitor.
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ive been reading those for the past few years its a very good source of information i think.

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What type of vehicle?

That amp will be lucky to be that powerful if it gets it by lightning. Not criticizing just letting you know.

If you have room them a couple of 15" subs or 3 12" subs for maximum cone area.

definitely ported. Tune around 35 hertz to maximize what you are wanting. That of course depends on the woofers. Your budget will make it slightly difficult to run 2 subs. I would get a good single 15 and give it the largest enclosure you can with adequate port area. I would look at partsexpress.com

Is your amp stable to 4 ohms bridged mono?

If so give this one a look

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=295-420

3 cubic ft at a minimum.

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they would be going into a subaru impreza 2 door station wagon. n yes it is stable at 4 ohm bridged 1600.
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Then I would get that Titanic. It should outperform almost all similarily priced car audio subs. You only lose 3 db vs running 2 subs. So build a 3 1/2 cubed enclosure ported tuned to 30 hertz. It will pound the stuffing out of you.

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Best sub for your application would be the Dayton Audio reference HO series. Small box requirements and will out perform anything else in that price range. These get rave reviews over on the DIYMobileAudio forum. Go there and do a search...DIYMA.com.
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Best sub for your application would be the Dayton Audio reference HO series. Small box requirements and will out perform anything else in that price range. These get rave reviews over on the DIYMobileAudio forum. Go there and do a search...DIYMA.com.

That is a good sub. Have utilized the 15" HO and the 15HF. Have seen the 10 and 12 in action. I modeled the HO and the Titanic. For his install though, and listening tastes, the Titanic is a better sub application-wise. More Xmax. Little better efficiency.

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