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AW1508X are they really any good?

I know its a very heavy sub, i never heard one hit a note yet. Just wanting to get feed back on this sub, also what kind of box show i go with on the sub, THANKS for the info...

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  • Kristy Neff Apr 30, 2010

    the amp is an A2300hcx i didnt know if it is possible to run 2 amp on 1 sub?

  • Kristy Neff May 05, 2010

    thanks bro, seems like thier is a lot of people saying yes and no, but i decided to not to try it. i finally hooked that aw1508x to my a2300hcx, well, i just could not stop grinning bout it, it was shaking my house... on volume 6 lol thats when i realize i need to upgrage all of my wires & batteries lol thanks

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The subs are good overall depending what kind of amp you are using. I personally use a ported box for all audiobahn subs.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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    Cody F May 01, 2010

    Yea theres no way to run mulitply amps to one sub. I wish there was tho. =]

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    Cody F May 05, 2010

    No problem man. Heres my personally hit me up if you got any more questions cody@itscody.com

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