jl 10" subs w0 or w3

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  1. aqwkmf

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    whats the difference. i have a 600 watt 4 channel bridgeable amp....what should i go with? im not looking to win competitions but i do want to feel the subs hit
     
  2. GlocksRock

    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    If you have 300 RMS watts to give each sub, go with the W3's. The W3's should sound better, and will definetly get louder, but the W0's will still sound good. I just sold off my 2 JL 12W3's for an elemental designs e15A and couldn't be happier. You should look into them for a high quality good sounding pair of 10's. Their K series has better performance and should be equal if not better in terms of sound quality than the W3's and it will be cheaper. Or if you really want to save money they Kx series is the way to go. www.edesignaudio.com
    Get the single voice coil version, and bridge each two channels on your amp and you will be setup just right for these.
    K series 10" sub, $125
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    Kx series 10" sub, $75
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  3. GSteg

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    Between the W0 and W3, IMO, the W3 is worth the extra cost.
     
  4. michelin man

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    i would be happy to sell you my 10w3 in a box......
     
  5. aqwkmf

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    im going with a sealed truck box that will fit the back of my rx-7. 12w3 i need
     
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