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Not normally my kinda show, but i had my dub on display at MUK2 show in preston yesterday. Some nice motors there but also a lot of crap. Not that much VW stuff there really. There was a free sound testing area so i thought why not? I got 132.1DB with my small ICE setup, not bad considering a EVO with a HUUUUUGE ICE setup got 151DB. Anyway heres a few pics of my golf bang upto date:

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Nice car mate, as I always say. [y][y] Also just out of curiosity what do you think of magnat subs because no disrespect but I've heard they aren't that good.

Sonny
the performance of a sub depends a huge deal on what you power it by. True magnat subs may not be the best around, BUT my magnat is being powered by a Genesis amp so its performing very nice indeed. For the price i cant complain at all. I love the sound of it. Nice punchy deep bass. Mainly thanks to a decent amp though.
 

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Nice car mate, as I
always say. [y][y] Also just out of curiosity what do you think of
magnat subs because no disrespect but I've heard they aren't that good.

Sonny
the performance of a sub depends a huge deal on what you power it
by. True magnat subs may not be the best around, BUT my magnat is being
powered by a Genesis amp so its performing very nice indeed. For the
price i cant complain at all. I love the sound of it. Nice punchy deep
bass. Mainly thanks to a decent amp though.
Thats good mate. I've just changed my amp for a less powerfuller one
and changed the subs aswell and the sq is a lot more clearer and can be
taken to higher volumes without any distortion and rattling unlike with
my two 15's lol.

Sonny
 
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