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Old 04-16-2004, 03:59 PM   #1
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quick. . .are MTX 7000 a qualitry subwoofer???

Is two 12'' mtx 700 subs plus fiberglass box a good deal for 300 bucks used????
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Old 04-16-2004, 10:50 PM   #2
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I try to stay away from used speakers, especially subs.
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Well needless to say, I just bought it!

I am an impulse buyer, so i really dont care if i coulda gotten a better deal. . .it was the badass CLEAR PLEXIGLASS enclosure that sold me on the deal. By the way they were MTX Thunder 6000's. . .no 7000's like i mentioned earlier.

Anybody have good, bad reviews on these subs, thanks in advance!
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I try to stay away from used speakers, especially subs.
I would agree if they were from ebay or some sheit. . .but i went over the kids house and he was helpful and hooked it into his car to show me how well they bump. So at least I know they are def not blown out, because they sound awesome.
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MTX subs are pretty good. Not the best but they aren't crap either. I guess they are comparable to Rockford Fosgate subs. They are made to pound unlike the top of the line subs like JL that pound and sound very musical.
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LOL, its my beater. . .not the e46 my daddy lets me drive

Any suggestions of what Amp/Capacitor/wiring etc. . . that i should get in conjunction with the subs? I am a complete novice at this.
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is it bad for SQ to have a thick, sealed plexiglass box like i have?
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just make sure the plexi is well glued... because plexi will flex easy if its to thin and large areas, it will crack in the gluing...

if you dont feel any large vibrations your prob ok, both it holding together and sq wise
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