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The power handling is not listed on the spec sheet on the CSS website, I entered 1000 watts but that could be wrong.
Any chance you could model this for me in a small ported and sealed box to go in my car? I have 600 watts, and would love to try this in my car, but i have found zero info on it.

I was thinking 1 cuft sealed, and maybe 1.5cu ft ported tuned to like 27hz.

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Does the amp have a hi pass filter?




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Does the amp have a hi pass filter?
yes...and i have DSP T/a and EQ.
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What frequency is the HPF at?




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What frequency is the HPF at?
sorry.. this is for car audio, so the HP is variable. I can set it to anything i want from like 10hz up to 50hz.
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The ported needs a slot port 1.5" x 12" x 40" long and a hi pass filter at 20 hz.

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Re: SDX12 Modeling

While looking at that chart it appears that i would be very happy wih the vented box, but i do not think i have enough power for the SDX12, and would do much better with a pair of SDX10's vs under powering a single SDX12. Although part of me wants to buy a pair of SDX12's and use one for a tiny HT sub

Any thoughts on 2 10's vs's a single 12?
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Same amp?




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Same amp?

yes same amp...and to throw a kicker into the mix i am also considering the TC Sound Epic...a pair of 10's.

i am going to make he desision between these two brands today.
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