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    Default What do you think of a 15'' Boston

    Hi there Guys....


    What do you's think of a 15"Boston generator powered by a 1500w(pmpo)600(rms)jackslammer amp?

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    Wow! finally someone has come up with components that I haven't ever heard of before!
    Hopefully some of the others here will know ;)
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    jackslammer?

    Wha?

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    Yep, ya lost me too.

    Give us a while and we'll do a little research and get back witcha. ;)
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    Decent sub.......but i'd get a adire tempest instead :)

    amp....WTF is a jackslammer

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    Are you talking about Tru Tech's Sledgehammer?
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    the sledgehammers are not 600 watts rms
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    Originally posted by exalted512
    the sledgehammers are not 600 watts rms
    -Cody
    Maybe he means at 4ohms?
    10" Pioneer TS-255C, ported tuned to 38hz with 25in^2 port area.

    Run off Profile CA1200 (900w@4ohm)

    this would create a "sledge hammer" effect and a terrible localization of bass. lets say we downfire the sub... not only would it be localized, but the reflected bass waves would shoot right back at the cone and probably cancel out a lot of the sound... whereas the conical "normal" sub would allow these waves to bounce all around.

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    Well the dude dropped off the face of the earth so unfortunately nobody may ever know what he was talking about.
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