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Anyway To Fit 2 15 Subs

 Anyway To Fit 2 15 Subs
topic by drelabs - 02-03-2010, 10:09 AM - Boxden > Whipz 'n Stereos (vehicles, sound systems)


Is there anyway to fit 2 15's subs in a 99 mustang or should i just go with 2 12's


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13 comments for "Anyway To Fit 2 15 Subs"


 02-03-2010, 10:28 AMaway - #2
JoeDoe22 46 heat pts46

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Custom box built in. It would probably take up the whole trunk and co$t a grip.
 02-03-2010, 10:33 AMaway - #3
drelabs 

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aiight thanks just wondering if it can be done
 02-03-2010, 12:10 PMaway - #4
JayR04 77 heat pts77

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Depends on if you're going sealed or ported. And how much cubic feet the subs require.
 02-05-2010, 08:37 PMaway - #5
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i've seen it done in older and smaller mustangs.
Podnuh had 2 15in strokers in a 93 5.0
 02-11-2010, 09:17 PMaway - #6
bassfiend316 

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do a wall. mustang back seats are useless anyways. I HAD 2 15s in mine for a while, but got tired of em. added waaaay too much weight. and if you can fiberglass relatively good, you CAN squeeze em in the trunk, but I wouldnt recommend it. not enough airspace for decent 15s in there
 02-15-2010, 12:54 PMaway - #7
young jeezy478 

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yea ya back seats gotta come out, a wall gotta be built,, basically ya speaker gonna sit behind you and your amps gonna be in the trunk, alot of work, and if you got money to spare like that wouldnt be a bad idea,, like guy said above you can put them in the trunk but the room you need to produce good sound would be limited.
 02-23-2010, 05:53 PMaway - #8
RAM 1 heat pts

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Go with 4 10s it will sound a whole lot better. My cousin had 4 10s in his 5.0 and it was slappin hard!
 02-24-2010, 12:23 PMaway - #9
kurtd225 20 heat pts20

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Build your box into your trunk may have to take out the back seat
 02-24-2010, 04:11 PMonline - #10
OpeeFaSho 

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Originally Posted by RAM
Go with 4 10s it will sound a whole lot better. My cousin had 4 10s in his 5.0 and it was slappin hard!
Two 15's will be louder than Four 10's.
 02-24-2010, 04:17 PMaway - #11
RAM 1 heat pts

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I disagree, and the 4 10s will give you a nice crisp pop
 02-24-2010, 04:31 PMonline - #12
OpeeFaSho 

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Originally Posted by RAM
I disagree, and the 4 10s will give you a nice crisp pop


Any subwoofer will give you that nice clean, snap, crackle, pop sound. It's all in the install and box.

How to calculate cone area
Cone area = pi x (r x r)
pi = 3.14 r = radius of sub

Four 10" = 314.16
Two 15" = 353.43


Clearly show's that Two 15's have more cone area than Four 10's. Having a lot of subwoofer may be an impressive sight to look at.
 02-24-2010, 06:42 PMaway - #13
JayR04 77 heat pts77

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^he prolly thinks smaller subs sound cleaner lol
 02-24-2010, 06:57 PMaway - #14
kodak314 2 heat pts

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Originally Posted by OpeeFaSho
Two 15's will be louder than Four 10's.
Originally Posted by RAM
I disagree, and the 4 10s will give you a nice crisp pop
ok, theres no way tell which will be louder cause there are to many variables. (sub,power,vehicle, position, etc etc)

but can 4 10s be louder? sure, can 2 15s be louder? sure, and can you get an 8" sub and blow them all away? sure

if you know what your doing

Originally Posted by OpeeFaSho


Any subwoofer will give you that nice clean, snap, crackle, pop sound. It's all in the install and box.

How to calculate cone area
Cone area = pi x (r x r)
pi = 3.14 r = radius of sub

Four 10" = 314.16
Two 15" = 353.43


Clearly show's that Two 15's have more cone area than Four 10's. Having a lot of subwoofer may be an impressive sight to look at.
yes this is true (if measuring the other diameter of the woofer) but not accurate when using it for actual cone area of a subwoofer . this is 1 example where the thiele parameters come into play. the sd tells you the actual cone area.
 
 


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