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I've heard them both outside of the truck and as I said the console stealthbox is not enough and the crewcab box is to much unless your upgrading and amping the speakers as well.

 

The console box has a single tw1 which is a single 2Ω voice coil which is a 2Ω load. (rated at 300w)

The Crew cab box is two TW3 which is a double 8Ω but wired in parralel for a overall 2Ω load. (rated 800W total)

 

The RD1000 provides 1000w @ 2Ω. So its their best matched amp for the crew cab box.

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you can always combine an enclosure that fits one side (eg: GM1X10-CREW14UP = $69) , with a driver from JLAudio (eg: 10W3v3-4 = $239), and the RD1000/1 = $500; and be in it for $800+ install.

Once that is setup, you have the option to double up on the other side in the back, with existing amp and install; or cut out the single enclosure to fit a 12, to get more oomph! If you double up, you've basically created a $1100 Stealthbox like system, but if one 12" or one 10" turns out to be enough, you saved some money.   

 

Good luck. I predict once you have good bass, you'll talk yourself into speakers, and you'll need another amp for those, and a processor....so much for your cry for sanity in the OP :rolleyes:

 

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3 minutes ago, ftwhite said:

you can always combine an enclosure that fits one side (eg: GM1X10-CREW14UP = $69) , with a driver from JLAudio (eg: 10W3v3-4 = $239), and the RD1000/1 = $500; and be in it for $800+ install.

Once that is setup, you have the option to double up on the other side in the back, with existing amp and install; or cut out the single enclosure to fit a 12, to get more oomph! If you double up, you've basically created a $1100 Stealthbox like system, but if one 12" or one 10" turns out to be enough, you saved some money.   

 

Good luck. I predict once you have good bass, you'll talk yourself into speakers, and you'll need another amp for those, and a processor....so much for your cry for sanity in the OP :rolleyes:

 

 

 

The only scenario that this would work for is to buy a either a DVC 2Ω or a SVC 4Ω sub any other configuration you will have bad results. Mixing different impedances is bad.

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I have this is my 2016 Silverado. It works well. They are expensive, but They are great quality. If I remember right, you have 2 options with the wiring. It’s either 2 ohm or 4 ohm. I chose the 4 and matched the amp to the box. Also had the bass know and a line driver installed.


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4 hours ago, sallenthornton said:

 


I have this is my 2016 Silverado. It works well. They are expensive, but They are great quality. If I remember right, you have 2 options with the wiring. It’s either 2 ohm or 4 ohm. I chose the 4 and matched the amp to the box. Also had the bass know and a line driver installed.


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So you do actually have this in your truck!? What kinda power are yo putting to it? And does it hit pretty good?

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1 hour ago, BT3 said:

Bought the center console box, good but not overwhelming 

 

had to deaden the centerconsole with fattmatt to keep from rattling 

 

This site has options as well

 

https://www.mtiacoustics.com/

Yah a good guy on another site recommend the mti spot so I’m comparing the two basically it will be the stealthbox or on of theirs

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So you do actually have this in your truck!? What kinda power are yo putting to it? And does it hit pretty good?


Yes. I have the JL Audio stealth box in my truck. I can’t remember which amp I have, but It’s a JL Audio mono-block amp with the bass knob. I’m happy with it. I spent 16 years in the 12 volt industry as an installer and I think it hits pretty good. I have no regrets with my purchase.


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