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post #21 of 33
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Originally Posted by Mark the Bold;14126191 
Just so you know, subwoofers only reproduce effectively a very small band of sound. (30Hz to 80Hz) As such, dont waste too much money on an amp for a sub. What you are going to want is a class D amp, and spend the extra cash on the crossovers incorporated into the amp itself?

I have installed several of these amps (Zeff designed) $270 shipped
http://cgi.ebay.com/Clarion-Clarion-XH7110-850-Watt-Mono-Amplifier-XH7110-/140437508651?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20b2ba522b#ht_1659wt_887

But a cheaper alternative for just raw power with less crossover options is this one: $120 shipped
http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-MB-QUART-FX1-600-600W-MONOBLOCK-Car-Amplifier-Amp-/350455539156?pt=Car_Amplifiers&hash=item5198c725d4#ht_3872wt_930


I still recommend the Clarion. That amp will be with you the rest of your life....

umm just because they only produce a small range of sound (more than what you stated though) does not mean you should cheap out on them.

And to be honest the reason mids and highs produce such a wide range of frequency is because cars barely have the room for 2 way components much less 3 or 4 way. No 1 speaker is good at producing a huge range of frequency
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post #22 of 33
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umm just because they only produce a small range of sound (more than what you stated though) does not mean you should cheap out on them.

And to be honest the reason mids and highs produce such a wide range of frequency is because cars barely have the room for 2 way components much less 3 or 4 way. No 1 speaker is good at producing a huge range of frequency


Spare us the condenscension Blindsay. Wasn't recommending a single speaker for him in my post. The reason most car components are two-way are because it is an ideal setup when using a SUB-woofer.

3 ways are VERY difficult to create passive crossovers for; even more so with active crossover setups. 99% of awesome car audio installs follow this formula;

( sub -> 30Hz - 63Hz/80Hz (preference) mids 80Hz - 2500HZ / 3500Hz tweeters 3500/4000Hz - 20000Hz)



Blindsay. so what is this range of sound a PORTED 12" subwoofer the OP has bought will reproduce?

He's porting it so 29-30Hz is the best tuning frequency, so he SHOULD be filtering out the sub 30hz signal anyway.

Anything over 80hz will be much more effectively reproduced by any decent 6.5" component speaker.

And to the OP, if this guy responds to my post and tells you to play 120hz with that sub he is wrong. They call it a subwoofer for a reason. It is meant to play sub bass; i.e., 30hz - 63Hz.

The human ear CANNOT differentiate L/R sound with bass under 80Hz (some tests show 100Hz). In other words, it means that there is no L/R channel to your ear with bass and it is much, much, MUCH more important to spend your money on your front sound stage 80hz on up as this is where your brain can REALLY tell the difference in sound quality because channels seperation is noticeable.

And despite all the marketing crap out there, virtually ALL Class D monoblock amps sound the same and there is a WEALTH of scientific data to prove the placebo effect with "hi-fi" amps with subwoofers.

The price people pay is for crossover features, total wattage and reliability.

So, OP spend your money on your front speakers and a good two channel A/B amp for the front stage. You can not and will not notice the difference with a monoblock amp if you filter out the subsonic from the bass (ported box) and low pass it at 80Hz.
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post #23 of 33
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Originally Posted by Mark the Bold;14140115 
Spare us the condenscension Blindsay. Wasn't recommending a single speaker for him in my post. The reason most car components are two-way are because it is an ideal setup when using a SUB-woofer.

3 ways are VERY difficult to create passive crossovers for; even more so with active crossover setups. 99% of awesome car audio installs follow this formula;

( sub -> 30Hz - 63Hz/80Hz (preference) mids 80Hz - 2500HZ / 3500Hz tweeters 3500/4000Hz - 20000Hz)



Blindsay. so what is this range of sound a PORTED 12" subwoofer the OP has bought will reproduce?

He's porting it so 29-30Hz is the best tuning frequency, so he SHOULD be filtering out the sub 30hz signal anyway.

Anything over 80hz will be much more effectively reproduced by any decent 6.5" component speaker.

And to the OP, if this guy responds to my post and tells you to play 120hz with that sub he is wrong. They call it a subwoofer for a reason. It is meant to play sub bass; i.e., 30hz - 63Hz.

The human ear CANNOT differentiate L/R sound with bass under 80Hz (some tests show 100Hz). In other words, it means that there is no L/R channel to your ear with bass and it is much, much, MUCH more important to spend your money on your front sound stage 80hz on up as this is where your brain can REALLY tell the difference in sound quality because channels seperation is noticeable.

And despite all the marketing crap out there, virtually ALL Class D monoblock amps sound the same and there is a WEALTH of scientific data to prove the placebo effect with "hi-fi" amps with subwoofers.

The price people pay is for crossover features, total wattage and reliability.

So, OP spend your money on your front speakers and a good two channel A/B amp for the front stage. You can not and will not notice the difference with a monoblock amp if you filter out the subsonic from the bass (ported box) and low pass it at 80Hz.

if you cant hear the difference between a good monoblock amp and a crap one then you must be deaf and thats your issue not everyone elses. cheaping out on a sub amp is not going to help his system, he doesnt have to spend a **** ton of money to get something good but buying crap is a dumb idea

second here is the crazy part, i happen to own that exact sub so i know what frequencies its capable of and that sub has no issues with 100 or even up to 120hz. as for the low end that completely depends on the ported enclosure its in, there is no hard 30hz number

and your formula is stupid, there is no magic formula in audio otherwise everyone would be doing it, which they are not. it also depends on what the goal of the system is, for SQ i still prefer a sealed box over a ported box and dont need a subsonic filter then and go extremely low hz at that point

and i wasnt being condensending until you decided to be an @ss. You were the one descrediting how much money you should spend on this component because of its frequency range, its just as important as the other components to have a nice well rounded system
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wish i found this thread when it was first posted. If the op has an amp i hope its a good one. if not. i use a hifonics 1606d i believe is the model. i have type-r's

to the guy who said type-s sound better and that type-rs are sloppy. your only saying that because you either f-ed up the box. under powered them or your just mad you didnt get the type-r's cuz you got stuck with a type-s

also someone needs to visit www.the12volt.com and read up on subwoofer wiring. dual 4 ohm voice coils when wired in proper will give the amp a 1 ohm load.

also you want a class D monoblock amp. dont get an A or a B or an A/B amp for your subs. dont buy a cheap amp either you will certainly hear and feel the difference. just like in a pc with the PSU its not one of the parts you skimp on. trust me.

oh and do yourself a favor. slot ported tuned 32hz (going below this just isnt that good for for the type-rs) 2 foot square on the air space. youll set off car alarms all day with a box set up like that. just power it proper and clean. if ya dont believe me. google it youll see many many many different car audio forums talking about boxes for those speakers.

for the price range at which they can be had they are a beast of a speaker.
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post #25 of 33
Type Rs aren't sloppy. They are more SPL compared to a Type-S which is more SQ, buttttttttt

If you do your install right it all sounds good.
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Originally Posted by Blindsay;14142465 
if you cant hear the difference between a good monoblock amp and a crap one then you must be deaf and thats your issue not everyone elses. cheaping out on a sub amp is not going to help his system, he doesnt have to spend a **** ton of money to get something good but buying crap is a dumb idea

second here is the crazy part, i happen to own that exact sub so i know what frequencies its capable of and that sub has no issues with 100 or even up to 120hz. as for the low end that completely depends on the ported enclosure its in, there is no hard 30hz number

and your formula is stupid, there is no magic formula in audio otherwise everyone would be doing it, which they are not. it also depends on what the goal of the system is, for SQ i still prefer a sealed box over a ported box and dont need a subsonic filter then and go extremely low hz at that point

and i wasnt being condensending until you decided to be an @ss. You were the one descrediting how much money you should spend on this component because of its frequency range, its just as important as the other components to have a nice well rounded system

Put your money where your mouth is sir. I triple dog dare you:

http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/diyma-sq-forum-technical-advanced/12621-$10-000-amplifier-challenge.html

Should be an easy win for someone as enlightened as you.


To the OP, please, PLEASE don't buy into the corksniffery this Blindsay is selling you.

If you buy a decent amp that can do rated power your sub needs, has the subsonic filter on it NECESSARY for every ported sub enclosure, and will fit in the area you need to install it, you will NOT notice the difference between it and an amp costing five figures.

I offer you the quote from the link I posted:

"Any amp with adequate power, low in noise and distortion, will be indistinguishable from any other."

That is the scientific fact and NOONE has been able to prove otherwise.
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post #27 of 33
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Originally Posted by Mark the Bold;14148139 
Put your money where your mouth is sir. I triple dog dare you:

http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/diyma-sq-forum-technical-advanced/12621-$10-000-amplifier-challenge.html

Should be an easy win for someone as enlightened as you.


To the OP, please, PLEASE don't buy into the corksniffery this Blindsay is selling you.

If you buy a decent amp that can do rated power your sub needs, has the subsonic filter on it NECESSARY for every ported sub enclosure, and will fit in the area you need to install it, you will NOT notice the difference between it and an amp costing five figures.

I offer you the quote from the link I posted:

"Any amp with adequate power, low in noise and distortion, will be indistinguishable from any other."

That is the scientific fact and NOONE has been able to prove otherwise.

i call BS. go get a sony explode 1000w amp and a sundown 1000w amp. hook them up you will be able to tell the difference and it has been proven as well . thanks have a nice day. please come again
    
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Originally Posted by Mark the Bold;14148139 
Put your money where your mouth is sir. I triple dog dare you:

http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/diyma-sq-forum-technical-advanced/12621-$10-000-amplifier-challenge.html

Should be an easy win for someone as enlightened as you.


To the OP, please, PLEASE don't buy into the corksniffery this Blindsay is selling you.

If you buy a decent amp that can do rated power your sub needs, has the subsonic filter on it NECESSARY for every ported sub enclosure, and will fit in the area you need to install it, you will NOT notice the difference between it and an amp costing five figures.

I offer you the quote from the link I posted:

"Any amp with adequate power, low in noise and distortion, will be indistinguishable from any other."

That is the scientific fact and NOONE has been able to prove otherwise.

funny how not one single person has agreed with you.... hmmm
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Originally Posted by Trippen Out;14148217 
i call BS. go get a sony explode 1000w amp and a sundown 1000w amp. hook them up you will be able to tell the difference and it has been proven as well . thanks have a nice day. please come again

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post #29 of 33
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Originally Posted by Trippen Out;14148217 
i call BS. go get a sony explode 1000w amp and a sundown 1000w amp. hook them up you will be able to tell the difference and it has been proven as well . thanks have a nice day. please come again

Yea. You will notice differences from a Focal, Sundown, Alpine, Macintosh, and a Rockford Fosgate.

They are all built different with different parts. Therefore the sound, and everything will be different.
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Didn't know this was a popularity contest. Sadly, there are some things that are true whether unqualified sheep like you guys believe it or not. Charles Taylor WIne (2 buck chuck) routinely wins awards in wine tasting contests. An award winning loudspeaker design was considered the best loudspeaker in the last decade used a $7 phenolic tweeter. My best friend has a Trapped Horn sub box in his car with just a $30 100w Kicker amp that will simply dominate anything you can do with that Alpine sub and $600w. Its called Hoffman's Law.

And if I took the Sony Xplode amp and properly level matched the gains with the Sundown so the output wattage was the same, with the same subwoofer, none of you sheep could tell the difference in a controlled scientific experiment. I would use the Sundown amp myself BUT NOT BECAUSE IT SOUNDS BETTER but because it has advanced crossover features, will output MORE watts than the Sony Xplode. Don't know how you sheep can even argue that a Sundown 1500.d is the same amp as a Sony Xplod. I certainly wasn't. I just promise you that you couldn't pick the Sundown amp out in a Pepsi challenge with the Sony if you properly isolated all variables.

And yes some amps DO sound different, but thats because they have DSP processors on it deliberately coloring the sound. But guess what? That's not amplification. That's EQ'ing. You can easily duplicate the tube-amp sound of a Jimmy Page guitar recording with a $30 DSP processor without having to buy a $2000 tube amp.

I've been around the car audio industry for a while and I stand by recommendation for his sub amp; the Clarion XH7110. This amp was designed by Robert Zeff (Zapco founder) through his company Nikola, has all the crossover options he will need for a ported sub and will have plenty of power for his sub. I never once said it will sound better than any other amp because it will not.

None of you sheep have offered any proof of what you are claiming. The fact that you have no problem sending 80hz-150hz frequencies to a SUBWOOFER in the trunk of your car shows that you are totally unqualified to give recommendations on anything SQ related.

Oh, and I know the sub the OP bought and it has a Q of .707 at 2.25^3 @ 32Hz and thats why I recommended he filter out 29-30Hz frequencies. No doubt sheep like you tune their boxes to 50Hz just to be as loud and obnoxious as possible.

I have given a link to a detailed proof of what I am claiming. You sheep have provided nothing but your own self-proclaimed expertise and herd mentality.
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