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Year / Model Reviewed:
2003 Kappa Perfect 10.1d
CLARITY at VERY high volume! Response is great. They halt immediately (in a sealed box) when the sound srops.. (TIP: be sure to run a wire from your negative battery terminal to a spot on the chassis, using the same gauge as you are running to the amp from the positive terminal.. Remember ELECTRONS come from the negative terminal, so you don't want to be lacking..)
None. Be sure to break them in at least 18 hours at half or less volume..
wow, AMAZING subs! I have the 4 voice coils paralleled down to 1-ohm, running off an Orion 600D mono amp. 0.6 cu ft separate sealed boxes. I can't believe how clear they are even when you max out the volume. They play very LOW too. I set off a car alarm from 30 feet away with my car completely closed up. And we're talking 10" subs!! I have fold down seats, so the speakers are firing into the car. But, my trunk still bounces on it's seals. Definitely deserves the name "Perfect". And I'm only pushing 300 RMS into each sub, they can take 350. The aluminum cone moves about an inch! MONO rules! Both hit at the same time.. Best way to go in my opinon.. Best DB vs. clarity I've ever seen.. I have a 1.0 Farad capacitor, and my headlights still flicker on some songs.. I do have 2 amps tho, the other is for mids and tweets.. The ORION amp has 24 DB/octave crossover, and an awesome damping factor. this helps too..
Similar Products Used:
Orion 600d, Kenwood deck, 1.0 farad cap, sony 40x2 amp, profile electronic crossover..