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MY SUB COOKED ITSELF!

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Guest scottpolo2001

Basically my brand new 15" inphase sub cooked itself last night! :-(

So i need a new sub to replace this.

The amp i have is a jbl 1201.1 (787rms @ 4 ohms)

I can use the existing enclosure, or if the deal has one with it, then thats still good!

Please help people!

Thanks

Scott

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poyzon

If its brand new it should be under warranty

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Guest scottpolo2001

well i bought it from a guy off ebay who had it as brand new but never installed it in his car.

i have no warranty with it so i have to replace :-(

hence why i am asking, bloody annoying because it sounded immense!

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1.6beastie

If you're after a 15" running that sort of power try an Alpine Type R, they drop pretty well, and are being sold pretty cheap on ebay atm!

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Guest MR_TAJ

mte I've got 2 type r's n i can be heard be I'm seen.ridiculous bass.now I'm gona upgrade to to type x;s!! lol

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1.6beastie

My bad, gimme a sec!

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Guest scottpolo2001
mte I've got 2 type r's n i can be heard be I'm seen.ridiculous bass.now I'm gona upgrade to to type x;s!! lol

PM ME A PRICE MATE!

oh and that link doesnt work mate!

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1.6beastie

That's the only one at the mo on ebay, but there's a few ICE dealers that do them pretty cheap too. Search Digital audio, or a personal fave caraudiocentre.co.uk they give top advice too so give them a ring, they'll hook you up

What's a 15" like in a polo by the way??

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Guest scottpolo2001

ah ok cool ta man.

ha, lets just say beautiful and your balls vibrate! haha.

the roof moves like fuck!

:-)

RIP old sub.

dont suppose you'd know why this happened mate?

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Guest scottpolo2001

according to the main man aka mbh69 lol its all to do with the amp settings being too high.

still would like people to find me a new sub! max 787rms at 4 ohms, 15"! thanks

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mbh69
mbh69

your amp does better at 2ohm than 4 ;)

make the most get a dual 4 ohm sub so you can run your amp at 2 ohm and get 1200 rms out of it ;)

put it in a custom ported box and you'll be deaf ;)

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mbh69

the RE sub i linked to is amazing value for money and they are awesome subs that would be my vote over most £300 subs ;)

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Arj

buy my Pioneer SPL Champ Pro Series Subs 12" each.. 6000watts..3000 RMS...also giv u a kenwood amp with that... if intrested let me know..pm

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mbh69

the mx's are very comparable to the xxxv3 they do awesome spl and sq of reasnable power in reasnable sized enclosures

they will easily take between 1500 -3000 rms all day long my main competitior is running 4 x 18" mx's and he does extremely well although he has alot more experience and his install has number in mind

but yeah it's a steal you can't go wrong ;)

decent enclosure and decent power you'll be very impressed i have been with well designed ones 's ;)

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Arj

how much subs have u got in you are ride mbh69..sorry mate dont know your name lol..

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mbh69

my names martin i have 8 x 12" i did have oz audio matrix elites but there being sold off now and being replaced by some triple stack star sound monsters ;)

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