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    Default Polk db12s from 1998..

    Just wanted to say these subs have now outlasted (at least) four different cars since 1999, and still blast accurately, loud, and clear.. Solid engineering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim83ca View Post
    Just wanted to say these subs have now outlasted (at least) four different cars since 1999, and still blast accurately, loud, and clear.. Solid engineering.
    I have some db12's (4ohm) that I bought used in 98 or 99. They was used pretty hard before I bought them and I didn't really baby them myself the first few years. I've used them as home theatre subs and love them. Still going strong! Considering getting a sr104 for the truck now..

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