May 30, 2008 by achllies2006 | Posted in Car Audio
Ive had a few people say that boss audio is like a knock off brand and an Explode amp will blow them up if i have the amp bass all the way up so I'm looking for some feedback to see if its true and what i can do to prevent it.
It should be enough to permanently damage your hearing.
rhsaunders | May 30, 2008
2010 12 inch Boss Audio Phantom series subwoofer P126DVC review
www.youtube.com This subwoofer is 12 inchs (305mm) and 2300 watts dual four ohm sub.
how much would the cheapest but good quality car audio system cost ...
Please dont’ listen to those other posts. Boss audio and VR3 from Walmart? Apparently they didn’t see that you said ‘good sound system". I personally would recommend some JL Audio w0v2s. They are only $100 a piece on ebay, and the W cone that Jl employs on their subs offer great SQ. Anothe good entry level sub is Alpine TYpe E, rated at 250 watts RMS power, paired with an Alpine MRP-M500. You could buy that setup at retail stores for only $500 for two subs and the amp, and much less online. Other reputable brands that offer good entry level subs are Infinity, Polk, and Memphis. Don’t buy junk brands with overinflated watts like Boss, Power Acoustik, Lanzar, Legacy etc. Stick with a good brand, thats very important. DOnt’ cheap out on wiring kits either, as quality of wire ensures proper copper count and adequate power flow. Go with Rockford, JL, Kicker, or Monster kits or nothing at all. A good entry level complete system should run you about $600.
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