Power Acoustik??!!

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by J812MANY, Apr 22, 2003.

  1. J812MANY

    J812MANY Guest

    Saturday I dropped 4- Infinity Perfect 10"s powered by a RF Punch 501S in an '03 Altima, IMO it hit pretty hard, but it was a little boomy (despite a sealed box).

    Today I dropped 1- Power Acoustik FUBR12 in a sealed box, powered by an RF Punch 401S in a Civic coupe, and it SLAMMED!!!!!! It was freakin' INSANE! Had the install kits vibrating off the walls. And with the bass boost turned down a little it was VERY CLEAN and PUNCHY. It reminded me of when I had 3- JL10W6s.

    Since I can get a killer deal on the FUBR12s I plan on dropping 6 of them in the back of my Cherokee (still less than half the price of a W7).

    Do you guys think a single RF Punch 601S would be enough to push them, or should I go with 2- 601Ss?

    Here are the specs:

    PRODUCT DETAILS
    FUBR-12

    Woofer Size
    12"

    Woofer Material
    Non-pressed paper

    Magnet Size
    200 oz.

    Magnet Type
    Strontium

    Continuous Power Handling
    700 watts

    Peak Power Handling
    1800 watts

    Impedance
    Dual 4 ohms

    Connection Type
    Chrome screw terminals

    Number of Voice Coils
    Dual (2)

    Efficiency
    91dB

    Frame Material
    Aluminum

    Surround Material
    Foam rubber

    Recommended Installation Type
    Sealed or ported box

    Recommended Cubic Feet (box)
    1.0 cu. ft. (sealed), 2.2 cu. ft. (ported)

    Special Features
    Fs: 33.5Hz, Vas: 1.72 cu. ft., Qms: 4.66, Qes: 0.55, Qts: 0.4939, Xmax: 0.6"

    Product Height
    7.5"

    Product Width
    12-1/2"

    Product Depth
    12-1/2"

    Product Weight
    20.1 lbs.

    I used to think JLs were the shit, but for the price I'm gonna go with the PAs :-D

    JK
     
  2. flynfrog

    flynfrog Cool isnt Cheap

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    no replacment for dispalcment if you want ot be loud power lots of liek a few big d class amps pa has some for pretty cheap also
     

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