I use one of these 12" subs in my SUV.This is a picture of a 12" and a 15" sub. I sold about 35 of these all with positive feedback. I also us... Show moree both in my home speakers.I'm sold out of the 2.5" tweeter (upper left) but I have way too many 3" tweeter pairs (upper right). I also have a few sets of the 3/4" tweeters (the bottom two on the picture (one shows the huge magnet of the 3/4")) I don't use either of these tweeters (I do use the smaller 2.5" though) but I have tested a set and they sound great, even at high volume. Again, I've sold over 20 pairs and received positive feedback on all. Show Less
My new addition, two JL Audio 18W6s with two JBL BP 1200.1s. Each sub has it's own amp. Each subwoofer is getting about 900 watts rms since the speaker... Show mores are presenting a 3 ohm load to the amps. I have some serious wiring going to the amps. 0-gauge to the sub amps and 4-gauge to a PPI amp for the door speakers.
The two JBL BP1200.1 amps. Within the next couple of weeks a 40 Farad capacitor and speaker grilles will be added.
Just the radio, 1.5 DIN is a good fit.
I have pretty much the same set up in my home theater system. Two 18W6s in one big cabinet that is internally split so each sub gets it's own 1.75 cubes. This cabinet is SOLID. Each wall is no less than 1.75" thick. Weight was not a issue for the home. Instead of JBL car amps, I used Crown amps (same company as JBL). I have two Crown K2s that are rated at 2400 watts rms into to a four ohm load. One is a spare and the other provides 900 watts rms into each 18W6. Why a spare?? Because I want to add two more 18W6s soon.
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