Should I go with 2 8" 4 ohm single voice coil subs or 1 10" DVC? This is going in my extended cab f350 super duty.
Go with the one ten. Then get a slot loaded enclosure it will out pound the 2 eights hands down BTW I got the same truck. But I got 4 12's1killer1liter said:Should I go with 2 8" 4 ohm single voice coil subs or 1 10" DVC? This is going in my extended cab f350 super duty.
:+1:RickRoush03 said:tell ya what, getting an answer to this is like asking a 10 different people which color they like best for the 10R. Pick one, see if you like it, if you don't no harm in going the other direction, its only money!! Its your ears that will be listening to it. I honestly can't tell the difference between my personal $1100 Polk tower speakers for the home vs my cousins $40k speakers. Ya, they should sound better, but shit, my ears arent that good.
Its all personal preference. Everyone said get 2 10's for the acura, i am glad i didn't, i don't know why i would have needed it, 1 is doing damn fine for me.
:+1:Dawson-ZX said:.....the fosgate amp is only mono stable down to 2 ohms(300RMS)....so you are going to need either 1 SVC 2 ohm sub, 2 SVC 4ohm subs, 1 DVC 4ohm sub, or 2 DVC 2ohm subs..... with each of these sub setups, you can achieve a 2 ohm load.
Personally, I'd go with a single 10 in a low tuned ported box in the back of the truck LPF at 60Hz, then an 8" up front under the dash in a sealed enclosure with a 60Hz HPF and 100-120Hz LPF....that would cover everything nicely...
Make sure your box is correct size and shape for the sub/subs...