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Old 01-22-2012, 12:00 AM   #1
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Where can i get sub packages for cheap?

Any one know where I can get sub packages for cheap near 19034...?

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Old 01-22-2012, 12:24 AM   #2
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Go online and check out. Sonicelectronics.com
They have some pretty good deals!

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Old 01-22-2012, 12:38 AM   #3
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Crutchfield.com

'nuff said....
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:56 AM   #4
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I wouldn't do a package deal. Often times you can get better quality stuff for roughly the same price in the end if you piece it together yourself.

Do some research...

Alpine MRP-m500 amps are great for the price

I prefer Pioneer headunits...most people say avoid Sony like the plague. I've had one Sony. It was great...until it would randomly quit reading CDs a year later. It's now in one of my tractors at work...CD player blows nuts, but it at least picks up the country station I like. I replaced it with an older Pioneer headunit and have been using that for the past 5+ years with no problems.

Find someone who custom builds sub boxes for cheap on Ebay or using Google and buy the box you like...unless you just want a generic box. Then go with whatever...if you have specific subs in mind, try to match the volume of the box you pick out with the sub's volume recommendations. If you're good with wood (that sounds a little fr00ty...), you can build your own box for like $30 out of 3/4" MDF. Just need a sheet of MDF, some screws, liquid nails, and a good set of speaker terminals. If you run around with the top off a lot, coat it with bedliner rather than carpet it to waterproof the wood.

Subs - I have Elemental Designs subs that I love, but everyone has their opinions on subs. Kicker makes some good entry level subs, but I really can't recommend specific sizes, models, etc as I'm not familiar with anything but the eD stuff I've run in the past.

Wiring - I use KnuKonceptz (Amp Installation Kits, HDMI Cables) for all my sub builds. Prices are cheap, quality is much better than that Walmart crap.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:11 PM   #5
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Coincidentally, I personally use Elemental Designs sub/amp/components as well as KnuKonceptz wiring!

I pretty well agree with the above. You can get better bang for your buck by custom building a setup. But if you're dead set on a pre built package, try a local audio shop or Crutchfield like I said.
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:48 PM   #6
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i like the subs from incriminator audio, ED is also a great company, along with ssa, tc sounds and RE, i also run cables from Knu Konceptz. building your own ox sounds intimidating but is easy to do with just a few tools, you can use a circular saw rather than a table saw. i spent $40 to build my enclosure, it took about 2 hours from start to finish. you can get free enclosure blueprints form caraudio.com's forum.


to better help, what are you looking at for a price? did you want 2 subs? 1 sub?
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Crutchfield.com

'nuff said....
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:08 PM   #8
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2 subs. I'm new at audio wiring and stuff so I kinda need a list of everything I would need exactly!!! Thanks for the help.
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Old 01-25-2012, 10:28 PM   #9
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are you running a factory unit?
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I have a Sony xplod in right now but Idk of the speakers are factory or not....sorry haha. I told you I was a newbie. Haha
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ok, so you want to run 2 10's or 12's, what are you looking to spend in the end?
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If I wanted to run 10s what would that cost?

And if I wanted to run 12s what would that cost?
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You could run a pair of 10's for the same price as a pair of 12's. Just depends on how much you're wanting to spend, how much work you want or don't want to do on your own, if there are any specific brands or features you want, etc...

As Jma said, how much are you wanting to spend? Low budget? Mid-grade? High end? extreme???

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