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Sound Ordnance B-8PTD

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by JMB, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Mar 13, 2015 at 7:50 PM
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    yep bank account is running low from it..
    It will help some with the lower bass you are missing.

    Your headunit, if running headunit power now, is 22w normal.. With that said IMO it would help out the bottom end to around 8oHz plus or minus how you set up crossover.. It would fill a void you where missing on the bottom end.. You have a place in mind where to sit the unit?
     
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    I was thinking under the passenger seat. Not married to that tho. Could do in the rear seat storage box or behind the rear seat. More like see where it fits best, if it sounds good fine, if not move it.
     
  4. Mar 14, 2015 at 9:16 AM
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    I had one in my 2010 4Runner that I traded in for the Tundra. It was fine just for a little low end, nothing substantial but if you are just looking to fill that gap it would work great. I plan on getting another one for the Tundra to fill the void and until I decide what to do for the full system.
     
  5. Mar 14, 2015 at 11:36 AM
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    I know what ur saying...filling da Bass void but I would go with a flat 10"-12", JL Audio or Alpine Type R.....you will b much happier with the Thump in a very small package. Air space is .06 c ft
     
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    yep bank account is running low from it..
    Your height on the unit might get you under the seat.. doudble check that... if you could do it behind the rear seat would be best and out of the way...

    Main question here is what is your budget on this?
     
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    It fit under the seat in the 4Runner, it will def fit in the Tundra.

    My only thought with a 10-12" JL and amp is that where do you put the box? With the Sound Ordnance its an all in 1 package with out compromising other storage.

    I agree with Mike, what's the budget? And I'll add, whats your goal (subtle reinforcement or bone-shattering bass, or a sweet in-between)?
     
  8. Mar 15, 2015 at 1:01 PM
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    I will show you mine give you some ideas... Qlogic box sealed but can port it. alpine type r 8 inch subs and a 1000 watt sub ( way over kill not in the pics under the seat. [​IMG] )

    nice and hiding..
    [​IMG]

    With the seat up.. this is first gen but you get a good idea.. Sub does hit the seat but they dont anymore after me turning it DOWN 3 times on the eq sub amp is not 1/4 on power.

    this set up does take away some storage but really it was not used...

    box was 210
    sub amp 210
    subs where 200

    edit the q you seeon the seat is from the box not the sub..
     
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    Budget is don't piss off the wife, if I stay under about $350 that would work. Main goal is definitely not bone shattering but more than I currently have. I looked under the front seats and the vent ducts for the rear are right there, so it's probably the rear storage or behind the rear seat.
     
  10. Mar 17, 2015 at 6:18 PM
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    I had the Sound Ordance in my old Tundra Dbl Cab. Its too big to go under the seat. I had to hide it in the storage box under the back seat. It did the job, but then I upgraded to 2 - 10" Rockford Fosgates in a box that fit under rear seat after removing storage box, 500 Watt Mono Amp, and a new head unit - Kenwood, which I sold on another Tundra forum before I found this one. I still have the 2 - 10" subs in the enclosure and Amp. 11026823_10152776437065098_7138723141944488913_o.jpg11080916_10152776437095098_7085801290055567107_n.jpg
     
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    Thanks for all the good suggestions. The Qlogic with the Alpines is a sweet looking installation. I went with the Sound Ordinance, mostly because you guys didn't say it sucked and Crutchfield put it on sale for $150. Mounted on the floor behind the rear seat, drivers side. Perfect fit between the cargo box and the aft bulkhead. Sound is really good for the size and price. Made the wife come out of the house and tell me to turn it down when I was setting the level, so that's something.:rockband: Dropkick Murphys and OCMS are sounding much fuller now.
     
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