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Old 05-08-2003, 12:34 PM   #1
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xtanat subs compared...

how do the Xtant HEX subs compare to some of the other subs like the JL w6v2 or the Eclipse aluminum series. im looking for a really good 10" sub that will be fine with about 300 watts each. but i want it to pound though. and you still need a round hole for the HEX series subs right.

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yes. the hex is a very low deep smooth sounding sub in a small sealed enclosure. excellent choice. but, have you actually heard the new W6..........no contest. the new W6 is essentially a toned down W7, and performs quite the same. I would actually prefer the sound of the W6 over the W7 in my car...
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try phase linear aliante Si. Not expensive for the quality, audiophile quality, better than Focal utopia series... and will look cool too, not many people in the US have these, I imagine...
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