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    Question replacing pioneer 12in dvc's to ?

    Hi everyone i'm a new user here.I have a new 2003 Ford Escape with 3 pioneer 12in DVC'S and a MTX mono 250D amp pushing them the sys. was puonding real hard for a week and i blew a sub.I want to change to To a Polk sub's but don't know much about them what do you rec. me changing to there going in a sealed box that fits 3 subs with 1.2 of air space in each.single or duel voice coil and what model? And i'm thinking of putting in the EX572 5x7"s with no amp just a new sony m630 head unit that is pushing a max of 52 watts x 4 you think that would be a good low wattage 5x7
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    i think your reply would do better in the car forem.
    but i will try and help. you wont see much of a improvements in upgradeing your stock 5x7 with a upgraded head. you realey need a good 4 chanel amp. that 52 wats is realey like 12 rms. all heads have cheap and non clean power.

    now onto the sub. what are you looking for ? spl or quality.
    how much power do your amp put out.
    there is a sweet 12/15 sold by stryke it has 23 mm of x max and a dual 2 ohm vc and a realey lo fs

    the 15's will be shiping around march and the 12 have shiped.
    i bult a dual av15 for my ht powered it with 1000 wats
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