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Old 01-27-2013, 11:52 PM
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Hey guys I installed 2-10" JL W3 subs in a closed enclosure sub box powered by a 1200W Hi-Fonics Brutus Elite Amp with bass control. Installed the amp under the driver seat and cntrol right under the steering wheel. The subs hit clean not any distortion. Also installed a Sony double-din headunit.
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Got a video? How hard are they hitting, i sold all my audio stuff.. I miss it so much. :/
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No I dont have a video but I will get take one and post it. Yeah its hard to go back to stock audio after you've gone aftermarket with subs.
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Hey guys I installed 2-10" JL W3 subs in a closed enclosure sub box powered by a 1200W Hi-Fonics Brutus Elite Amp with bass control. Installed the amp under the driver seat and cntrol right under the steering wheel. The subs hit clean not any distortion. Also installed a Sony double-din headunit.
looks good I bet it sounds good too, how much more power or bass do you notice vs just 1 w3 in a stealth box, and where if you dont mind me asking did you find that box at I may have to pick myself up one of those

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