Originally Posted by Ranger Truckin
Ok. What would be a good one then?
1. Pick a sub enclosure (box), ported or sealed, that you like and fits where you want it. If it is ported, make sure you know the frequency of the port tuning. Either box, make sure you know the exact internal volume.
2. Pick the best subwoofer for the enclosure you want, given the sub's unique specs and parameters.
3. Pick an amp that properly powers the subwoofer. It also needs a subsonic filter no more than 5 hz below the port-tuned frequency if the box is ported.
4. Buy the best wire you can afford, properly sized and fused.
5. Install properly or get someone who knows how.
6. Tune the system properly or get someone who knows how.
7. Rock your ass off.