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    Well ladies and Gents I have fianlly gotten all my equipment in and the stereo install begins shortly. I have a question, I will be running 2x the SR104's single 4ohm. I have read alot on the forums about the spec sheet being wrong for these subs?
    What I was able to find .88 cuft .92 with speaker displacement?
    Can anyone tell me if this is correct?

    I also purchased my subs from polk direct on ebay, I purchased 3 of the SR104's.

    2nd question, my warrenty period has expired and the subs havent been installed as of yet, Do the refurb subs have tensil lead issues like the other SR subs I have read about?

    I know their is really no way to tell until they stop working.
    off topic comment: a 400$ sub with tensil lead issues seems like a defect...
    Pioneer 4900ib
    Polk MMC6500 6.5" 1xfront doors 1x rear deck
    Polk MM6501 kick panels
    Polk SR104 X2
    Hifonics BLDP-1 balanced line driver
    Hifonics Olympus 125wx4 (front)
    Hifonics ISIS 300wx1 (rear)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Excessive amperage 200amp alternator
    Kinetik HC2000 rear battery

    Favorite quote
    "those can not be 10"'s you have 12's"

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    I talked to polk today .85 cu ft with woofer displacement already included
    Pioneer 4900ib
    Polk MMC6500 6.5" 1xfront doors 1x rear deck
    Polk MM6501 kick panels
    Polk SR104 X2
    Hifonics BLDP-1 balanced line driver
    Hifonics Olympus 125wx4 (front)
    Hifonics ISIS 300wx1 (rear)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Excessive amperage 200amp alternator
    Kinetik HC2000 rear battery

    Favorite quote
    "those can not be 10"'s you have 12's"

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    I made my box to be .78 b/c I thought I saw the manual say .66 w/ a .12 displacement. Their recommendation is .85 for a sealed?

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    Yes when I called in and talked to a rep thats what I was told

    Rep also said that is tuned to 35hz

    Install is going down this sunday! We shall see how it sounds

    I also found another Hifonics Zues series XI now going to run one on each sr104
    Last edited by hifonix; 04-13-2010 at 07:57 PM.
    Pioneer 4900ib
    Polk MMC6500 6.5" 1xfront doors 1x rear deck
    Polk MM6501 kick panels
    Polk SR104 X2
    Hifonics BLDP-1 balanced line driver
    Hifonics Olympus 125wx4 (front)
    Hifonics ISIS 300wx1 (rear)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Hifonics Zues 1200wx1 (sub)
    Excessive amperage 200amp alternator
    Kinetik HC2000 rear battery

    Favorite quote
    "those can not be 10"'s you have 12's"

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