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I just bought 2 12 incch explodes the xs-l126p5 modle and i have a 1000 watt explode amp xm-1652z modl. in a bandpass box. it dont sound the way i expected to. if you can help...

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  • jason Jun 17, 2009

    i put it in. i got a 8 gauge hot wire runnin stright and every thing is rite. i dont no ifits tha box or maby tha holes are to big? im tryin to trade my banpass for an outfacing box for a car, so maby itll sound better in a car.? thanks

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Bump what my dude Budice7h20 i dont like bandpass box or any sony product u dont need more power u need new speakers n another box if u dont wanna waste ur money bro jus get another box that 8gague should do it my dude that box is the problem so get another box bro n go from their but in the u need new woofers later on they dont hit hard if u lookin 4 that deep bass

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Did you have it hooked up by a professional or did you (or someone you know) do it. If a shop/pro didnt do it make 100% sure everything is hooked up right. Increase the size of your power wire from your battery to the amp. Check your gain settings on the amp. If the vehicle you have this in has a trunk (not a hatch back), position your speakers against the back seat facing you as your putting them in the trunk. If none of this works, buy bigger speakers and more power!

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