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Year / Model Reviewed:
2001 MTX Thunder 6000 15 inch
Very strong voice coils, large magnet, 750 watts per sub is nothing to be upset with. Also, they just look great. Long throw. 4 ohms, so with two of them and a two channel amp you can run 2,4,or 8 ohms. Lots of versatility, get max sound, max quality or right in between.
only one voice coil.
Had to take them out of my truck because I couldn't fit them under the seat of my Dodge Ram 1500
had my 2 15inch thunder 6000's in my dodge ram 1500 on a semi decent old power acoustic. Now, i had a 400 watt peak amp on two subs rated at 750 watts apiece in a small sealed enclosure. I had window and door panel flex like crazy and hit 110 decibels, under-powered, in a small box, and a vehicle with limited airspace. Then I put the in my friends Subaru Outback. On a piece of crap boss amp in the same box i passed 130 decibels, because of the shape and airspace of the car. I personally watched them literally blow the trunk of a honda civic open. These are rediculous subs. fully powered with a GOOD QUALITY AMP!!!! you will see insane quality with these. I will not sell mine to anyone because I have become so attached to them. If you are on the fence about buying thunder 6000's get off the fence and buy them.
Similar Products Used:
1. JL 15w6 DVC - fantastic subs. Louder than the MTX's because their DVC
2. Memphis 124d - they have a carbon fiber cone and they are loud. almost can compete with the MTX 15's
3. Used the 2 15 inch JL 15w6's at the same time as the MTS 15s and I had a lot of trouble breathing in the vehicle because it compressed my chest so much
4. 12 inch Rockford Fosgate Punch's - good intro sub, doesn't compete with the others listed so far.
5. had 6 12inch FLI 12TA's - had one amp per two subs and it was pointless. for six twelves it wasn't very loud and even with a 4 farad capacitor I still blew my alternator (should've expected that I guess) Not good subs, don't buy them