Originally Posted by XSDB1
Probably because they were made locally here in MI.
The guy that made them is still around but won't return calls sadly enough. I think these are the little brother to the Sonic Boom,.called Sonic Wave. I have had them since I was a young man but unfortunately my memory isn't what it used to be. I do recall having a 74 Charger in 1984 with 2 Pyramid PB300s running 2 comp horns under the front seat, 2 6 1/2 Jensen axials in the kicks and 2 8" Pyramid midbasses in the rear deck. Took out the rear seat back and made an enclosure into the trunk with 2 JBL 12s from pro cabinets. Two Sonic Booms(w/hi-level input) were run off of a series iv Hifonics Mercury(22wpc). The hu was apull-out Kenwood 838. Great cass. deck! lol People didn't even know what bass was back then. The best part is that the amps were mounted INSIDE the enclosure. LOL
thats badd ass bro id luv to see a log .....thats tits pics n vids a plus but i know better
....i bet that wanged too
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