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Old 04-20-2004, 08:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i saw this ad and was wondering how much is the maximum price i should pay for this...its used....would it fit in my e36 or would it take up way too much space?
anyone have any experience or reviews of this product?

JL Audio PowerWedge Speaker Box - Model CS210RG-W0-4

This JL Audio speaker box is model CS210RG-W0-4, and it features:

Two 10" 10W-08 subwoofers
250 Watts maximum power handling
4 Ohms impedance
Rear firing design
Sealed carpeted enclosure
Dimensions of the speaker box are 32" x 12" x 13-1/2".
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im almost posititve they will fit.... i bought a 12w0 with amp and box for $230, and its plenty of bass. Its really clean, but if you wanted to... you can really make it bump
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If you purchased a HUGE amp to power those, it would be retarded loud. If that's what you want, go for it.

As far as what to pay, I'm guessing they are used, because to my knowledge they no longer make W8's. Given that, I would never pay more than half of the MSRP (especially subs) becuase you have no idea what shape they are in. And no looking at 'em won't tell you squat, I'm speaking of the spider, voicecoil, backplate....all the things that heat up and eventually wear out. These were origionally very expensive speakers, so $250.00 would be a good deal for the pair and the box.
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