Originally Posted by treylittlefield
the way i have read is that its hard to get a 4th order happy sub that will handle that much power....the way i see it is i would get the best sounding 4th order sub and not worry about power...1000watts will not make to much of a difference. lol
David has PM'd me some more about this...I think I have a better understanding now...
Here's the PM conversation..(I'm posting in case someone else wants to be educated like me
DAVID A.K.A PSI
"Its about the amount of power you want to use. No one is going to be able to make a decent sounding 12" sub to work in a 4th order and take 4000 watts!
About the best you're going to be able to use on a good sounding sub in that box is 2000w rms for daily use.
You can do it with the large subs that I quoted you for, but dont expect a great sounding system. It will peak loud, and would probably be good to burp, but music will sound like complete azz.
Basically, youre asking for something tha does not exist, and currently cannot exist... a 4000w rms sealed box subwoofer that sounds great.
Ohhh...So, the box would basically need to be scrapped for a more traditional ported box and that would be "more" musical?
DAVID A.K.A PSI
"Either that or just decide that you DO NOT need to use 7000 watts for 2 12" subs. Thats just more power than is necessary to get thir optimum output.
You'll waste half of that power in raw heat."
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