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I know this might start a war but was wondering what are the best types of vehicles for spl.(meaning least amount of money to get the most out of your equipment.)
My guess would be pickup truck or a small hatchback, am I correct?
Does it take a lot more equipment in a suv?
just was wondering
Ok thanks for the website will check it out.Originally Posted by kickercivic1
But I was still talking about a mp3car.
suv hands down.....more space for the air to move.... Just my opinion
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Hatchbacks, or really my Jeep's sound quality is outstanding.
Its grandcherokee 2000, I think hatchbacks are the best though.
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I just purchased an Alpine Type-R 12" with a 600watt Alpine AMP yesterday. It's quite loud
Might need a second one though.
The smaller the cabin volume, the less air there is to compress. So, an extended-cab pickup is the most practical choice, since it is small but still has plenty of room for the sub cabinet.
The best choice for a LOUD vehicle is the Honda CRX The shape, dimensoins, available enclosure size make this a vehicle that is good for high volumes, without the need to build a speaker wall.
Next is any vehicle that has a full sized fold down rear seat trunk pass though. Like the chevy Cavalier and the like.