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Single Reflex Orion Bandpass Box XTR 15" Sub Demo

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Published on Jun 24, 2011

NOTE: The system is NOT distorting! It's the camera mic. I would've of pushed it louder but 38 is as loud as I once took it & my ears started to hurt so I quit. And even at this volume I was concerned about hearing loss after having a hearing test & seeing I'm shy on the high end.

This system started out in a 1978 Bronco back in 1990 & then was put in a 1989 S10 Blazer running at 2ohms on the high & mids & 4ohms on the subs & is now in this 1999 S10 Blazer. But before being installed in this truck I got rid of an Epic-Center, Kenwood amp, Kenwood Electronic Crossover, 2 Super tweeters, 2 midranges, 2 polk tweeters, & a Kenwood 7 band DSP. What's left is 2 Super Tweeters, 2 mids, 2 mid bass, 2 subs, 2 Memphis Audio triaxial, 2 Memphis Audio coaxial, Pioneer head unit, Kenwood amp, Crutchfield 4-Channel amp, & a California 4-Channel amp.

I've been putting car stereos in since I was 15. The first was my 1977 Camero which had 2 Jensen coaxials with 2 super tweeters, a Sanyo cassette deck & a Tancredi TE-100 7 Band EQ/Booster. When I got my 1978 Bronco that was it I changed things in that left & right. I went from Radio Shack 8" woofers with their midrange & super tweeters to their 15" woofers & then I found the Orion XTR 15" with the Bandpass Boxes & started to fill the truck with audio gear & then put more in the 1989 S10 Blazer! That was over 20 years ago.

In my younger years I just cared about hearing bass but in my later years I found what I was missing! Everything except bass! My quest from then on was to be loud without the bass over powering the lyrics & the dynamics of the music! I wanted the full sound to be heard as far as possible! (Good way to lose your hearing at an early age!) But today this is all you really hear! The bass adds a richness that should not over power the rest & vise versa! Just think of going to a concert & only hearing part of what's being played! It's just as bad as listening to an AM radio! Even in DJ Billy E songs you hear more then just bass! Trick is to get the highs & mids just as loud as the bass to fully enjoy it! The Video was shot using my Sony Handycam CCD-TRV308 hi8.

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