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that mainly depends on the type of music you will be listening to. If you need clean, punchy bass, use a sealed box. For more growl, and louder bass, use a tube ported or slot ported box. I would not recommend a bandpass box for 15"s but they do make them. I have 2 kenwood 12"s in seperate slot ported boxes with a SPL 1500 watt amp, making about 149Db in a 93 Eclipse. Let me know if this helps :)
If your limited with space they will do just fine if your looking for really stong bass don't look at bass tubes get a sub enclosure look at the lanzar opti 1232d I have to of these and they are sick go to this site and check it out http://www.lanzar.com/itempage.asp?MODEL=OPTI1232D
You can buy aftermarket crossovers that will reduce or eliminate bass frequencies to some or individual speakers. They are wired in line with the speakers in question, ususally right before the speaker itself and tucked away inside the door.
Probably need an installer - depends on yr/make/model of car - stereo and wiring diagram for sub system. There are lots of questions need answering and if not installed properly, you can certainly damage the stereo, sub system. Subs use a lot of power and improper wiring could cause problems, even fires !
google "subwoofer wiring diagram" that will help you out,....you put in how many subs, DVC, SVC, and the ohms of the subs.....good stuff to know b4 hooking up a system....hopefully you didnt fry your subs or amp.....let me kno.....
hi there mate, is the sub earthed? sometimes this might be the problem, also check that all the cables are correct in the amp, there should also be a switch on the amp to lower or increase the output, this maybe turned all the way off, the remote lead generaly is usualy the thin blue wire behind the head unit the best way to connect this to your amp remote wire is to simply go to your local halfords etc and get a little wire joining clip. then you can conect them. any other problems please ask
This is the best I could find - it seems no-one has reviewed these Speakers fully yet;
Everything I have seen suggests that they are a very good set of speakers
Hope this helps :)