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Cerwin Vega Subs

Discussion in 'Audio' started by zcarczar, Mar 1, 2002.

  1. zcarczar

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    I found some Cerwin Vega HED 12" dvc's for about $150, is this a good price? has anyone used these and do they bump hard? cause there goin in my 89 with 35's and bfg muds

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  2. BlueKnight

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    HEDs are not bad. That seems a bit high of a price. I run all Cerwin vega in my Blazer and its freakin loud with out my 12's even on .
     
  3. blazing86

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    i got those same speakers for 120
    they were on sale at best buy last week. Thats a pretty good price considering they cost 93 for 1. I couldnt ask for more bump than 2 of the 12 put out. I am very very please with them
     
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    I carry Cerwin Vega HED-12DVC 12" dual voicecoil subs for $57.50 each brand new. I also have Vega series (more power, HED 12 is listed 400W peak the Vega is 400W RMS) VEGA-12D4 12" dual voicecoil for $119.90.
     
  5. zcarczar

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    Thanks for all the responses, but i found a pretty good deal on some Audiobahn's
     

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