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how did u get that aperiodic membrane made? (m) (archive)

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Posted by Josh///M3 on April 25, 2000 at 10:46:26:

In Reply to: I agree + amp pictures... posted by Lincoln on April 25, 2000 at 10:37:00:

I dunno if the car audio shops around here have heard of that... sounds like a great idea though. Do most car audio places know what they're doing when it comes to that? How was the labor cost? 2 JL 10s in an aperiodic membrane would kick ass, don't u think?

Thanx in advnace

: I don't like MB Quarts, but that's my personal opinion. I'll narrow the amp list down some more...I like Linear Power, Zapco, McIntosh (too big), Soundstream, and Phoenix Gold. I have the Fosgate amps because they run at their full rated power @ 12v (not 14.4v like most amps), and the M3 has a pretty weak alternator and I didn't want to upgrade. I know the Fosgate and Phoniex Gold will screw up your ability to listen to AM radio and Zapco won't. I do think the "all" kickpanel solution id the only way to go. If you do the front stage right, you won't miss the rear fill at all (actually, the rear fill will ruin it all).




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