the cool thing is i got to watch the garbage truck crush the sub box in the compactor. i do miss the system though. subs were way louder with the 500/1 but s... Show moreloppy. i'll never own a class d again. this time we are goin old school. the heart of the system will be a rockford fosgate punch 150. it will be powering a 15 inch punch woofer, rfp 815 i think, haven looked at it latley. and a 15 inch punch classic. its a reissue of the other woofer only it has a double stack magnet and an inverted dust cap w/ red lettering. the other woofer has the original pointy white (sometimes referred to as gothic)lettering and round dust cap. heres the raww box and woofers. both are 8 ohm. found the p classic at the shop i work at in the attic and the other came from my bosses old home theater sub he made over 15 years ago. both are in like new condition! Show Less
heres a litte bit of the finished product and the heart of the system. messy is the hatch area but also seen is the magical x-over of death. old schoolers wi... Show morell recognize this. the x-over point is around 90ish hz to 120ish hz. 12 db slope. pioneer revs are in as well as some old gm tweets with genuine rockford x-overs. the one that used to come w/punch plates. gm tweets don't sound to bad with the right x-over mounted in the outer dash vents. i'll have to take some pics of the new kick panels and post them soon. the amp is a brute. a customer gave it to me broke cus he didn't want to fix that old p.o.s. i made a sale and took it to a repair shop, blackies tv and radio in grand rapids mi. hooked me up but it was pricy at over 120 dollars. but when i hooked it up it was worth every penny!
this was the first real amp i had ever owned in 1989 and i was a rockford fan ever since. until they made those hidious looking silver amps with the gold endcaps. just kidding! they were funny looking but still rocked Show Less
time for new again. actually most of these pics are old already and the only thing left is the kick panels. i'll be using pioneer revs 6.5" for mids... Show more and highs in the front and some old gm tweets in the air vents with some old school rockford x-overs to keep them safe. these tweets don't sound to bad when they are properly crossed over, about 5k w/12db slope. Show Less