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1 Decware Wicked One 24x36 ( small ) design. on Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:27 am

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Good for 2 8"s and some 10"s.

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I have always wanted to build one of those

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I gotta friend that made a few of these... they sound GOOD!!!

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Yeah they sound great, just very inefficient so you need some power on tap lol!


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I'd like to do an array of them stacked What a Face


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with something like the SA8's or a RLi 8 would slam with around 3-4k on each sub assumeing the t/s params allow for them to be used in that type enclosure

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That one is for 10's


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8 Re: Decware Wicked One 24x36 ( small ) design. on Wed Oct 20, 2010 12:34 am

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Duran wrote:Yeah they sound great, just very inefficient so you need some power on tap lol!

There not that innefficient are they?

I can't imagine it being less efficient than a typical ported or BP confused


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Vmann wrote:
Duran wrote:Yeah they sound great, just very inefficient so you need some power on tap lol!

There not that innefficient are they?

I can't imagine it being less efficient than a typical ported or BP confused
We built one in a blow through in an S-10 at Extreme Sounds, had two 10" Crossfire P series rated at 200 watts each, played music on them with a Crossfire XP1400 per woofer, it was very loud then lol


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10 Re: Decware Wicked One 24x36 ( small ) design. on Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:00 am

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the way i understood it is because of the design then i has super duper cone control that's why you can throw a crap ton of power on them

11 Re: Decware Wicked One 24x36 ( small ) design. on Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:51 pm

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hmmmm this will fit in my trunk scratch

12 Re: Decware Wicked One 24x36 ( small ) design. on Tue Dec 28, 2010 6:00 am

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My friend ran 2 12" OZ Matrix Elites in a "Wicked One" box run of a Soundstream XXX-6500D in a '92 Explorer... did a 145.? @ 37Hz

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