Okay sorry, will I be able to put 2 good 12 inch subs in the cab with an amp and still be able to put my seat back. Btw I don't own an s10 yet but am supposed to be closing on one monday,thanksaudioholic said:I don't know, will you?
You need to be ALOT more specific with your question dude.
I find myself wishing Id bought a regular cab.... sometimes. Blow throughs are just so sweet. Im considering hanging my sub enclosure off the back/outside of my Blazer's tailgate, just so I can have a blow through.hutchS-10 said:yeah two eights would prolly be nice man. I don't think your goin to be competing or anything cause if you were you should get a different truck lol std cabs arent the best base to build a stereo but I think two eights and good set of speakers up front would sound great
my post had nothign to do with your truck though!!! just FYI lol your system def. qualifies as a good system though....I think he might drool a little if he watches your videobladehines said:i dunno if you could put a good system in a single cab or not, i mean i wasn't able to.....
OK mang now is the time to set your priorities straight. If you have any intentions on installing a sub or two I would personally suggest a single cab. I mean you have yet to buy the truck. Why not get the extended cab? If money is an issue find an extended cab truck within your budget.biglogonafrog said:Btw I don't own an s10 yet but am supposed to be closing on one monday,thanks
Don't forget that there are a growing number of drivers that are as small as 6.5" that have over 10 mm of excursion!audioholic said:And, no offesne to the guy(s) here that use them, but I wouldn't buy 'slim' subs. Sure they allow you to get a larger coned sub in a tight space, but they are also rather limited in excursion capabilties die to their 'slim' design. Basically you sacrifice linear displacement for cone area, effectively giving you the over-all displacement of a 'normal' smaller coned driver.
Just keep an eye out to make sure they have sufficiently low Fs for a subwoofer application. Neil linked to some with a low Fs the other day... good idea.Tempe said:Don't forget that there are a growing number of drivers that are as small as 6.5" that have over 10 mm of excursion!