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    Default the most powerful subwoofer?

    I think this is the most powerful one, at least it is crazy high in watts! :D



    15,000 Watts Peak
    7000 Watts RMS each coil
    Over 4" long throw excursion
    Dual (2x1ohms) 4" x 8" High Temp military grade flat wire voice coil.
    (4)Quad Nomax / Romax spider construction
    8 gauge speaker connections
    112lbs.

    can you imagine the punch this speaker packs?

    i cant imagine this thing being installed in a car!
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    112 lbs?! jesus lord. where would you put that thing? looks like the bomb in that movie armeggedon.

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    I ran some of their gear back in high school. My car back then was definately way louder than it is now ........ :D
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    I think I would rather have this http://www.tcsounds.com/lms5400.htm . The version without the linear motor is suposed to be about 3db louder.

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    it isn't the most power handling sub in the world, but the gti series from jbl are deadly. i had a good friend we put two w15gti with a bpx2200 on each sub in a 96 blazer. we blew the 2 in. thick mdf box apart, and we secured the box together with bolts. it also spidered the back glass. by the way, i do have 2 w10gti's, a bpx1100.1, a gto 75.4, and a set of p953's and p650c's for sale. it's product matched and i'm askin 1600.00 for it all. all brand new just in case someone's interested.....

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    I think this sub might be a little bit bigger. Like a 60" sub. The motor is capable of producing 6,000+ pounds of linear force. And it also ballooned the walls of a bread truck.

    http://www.thetechzone.com/photo/com...hp?photo=13813

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    I remember seeing that a while back.
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    The great thing about that sub is after its tested, you can brag all you want and not have to listen to the competition (or anything else).

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    Thats a crazy sub! Too bad its not realistic...
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    that 60" one would problem throw a large male a couple feet.

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