MTX Magnum MB210SP Dual 10" Enclosure/Amp Combo
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful
on November 23, 2009
I ordered these subs from "The Deep Discount" via Amazon - thanks to Amazon for making it easy for International buyers to shop with no hassle A+++++ unlike other stores which only accepts U.S credit card. Anyhow, back to the review: I purchased the subs for $177+ and recently got them in Belize. at first, i was skeptical as not much images was shown etc, so I took leap after contacting the seller and I'm very please with my purchased . . . i love these subs and for the price you cannot go wrong. I used my own amp 600watts Lanzar Vibe and it pushes my subs better than the amp in the box but if you're with a budget you can't go wrong either. these subs gives you a clean bass and great value for your money.

I'll be uploading a few images of the speakers for those who would like to see the speakers, magnet etc. which would have been helpful - to me it is when buying.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
on January 5, 2011
Installed this plus two Infinity Reference door speakers, two Infinity Kappa rear deck speakers, Sony head unit into
my son's '06 Mustang. It absolutely will destroy you. Clean and clear and bass that lifts you off the seat. You can spend alot more if you want to impress people with the receipts, but this combination worked well for us. We both listen to bass-heavy metal and if you put on RATM 'Killing in the Name'-it nearly peels the skin off your head. I opted for the 10" so that it would possibly hit a little harder and not be so boomy and stay crisp and this unit
does the trick. This is not for competition, and who could listen to real music at those levels in an enclosed car? This setup will please you and I got most everything here on Amazon with free shipping before Christmas, so I assume the deals are still out there. Have fun and put it in yourself-check the internet forums for your vehicle and there are tons of installation tips and videos and diagrams to guide even the most inexperienced. Be sure to use good quality power cables and audio cables to the subwoofer amp (the MTX does not come with any install kit like some others)-you will be sorry soon when cheaply made cables either self-destruct when you pull them under carpeting, etc,-or later wear through and short out the system. I used 8 gauge cable for the power and I believe the kit I bought at Frys was $29.99 for the power and audio cables and inline fuse made by Monster. Good luck.
I rated this a four and not a five only because someone will think I'm no 'audiophile' or that I've never heard a top-end system simply because I chose a less-expensive way to outfit my son's car. I just choose to use my money wisely. Believe me, this setup rivals any I've heard in over fifty years of rocking my old ears.
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49 of 55 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2012
I was so impressed with my MTX terminator MTX TNP212D2 Dual 12" Subwoofer And Amplifier install that I did in my '92 Suburban that when I went looking for a new amp/sub combo for my Acura, of course I would check what MTX has to offer. I would have just bought another terminator kit, but this was cheaper and smaller (2x12 in the trunk would have been a tight squeeze).

Setup was very straightforward and easy, and although the instructions could have been a little more in-depth, I realize that this kit is intended for novices who don't know a lot about car audio and providing more information would have ultimately been more confusing to most people rather than helpful.

I decided to go with an amp/sub combo because there are many factors that go into creating a good amp/sub combo, which includes subwoofer size, how many subwoofers to hook up, how to wire your subs, what impedance level to achieve, etc. It makes no sense to buy an expensive set of subs, with a cheap amp, nor a cheap set of subs with an expensive amp. I feel like these combos are matched for both price and performance and you won't be losing out on either, not to mention it's much simpler (and much cheaper) to just buy it all in a combo deal like this.

You really get a lot for your money with this kit, it doesn't feel or look cheap at all. The sub box is embroidered, is very heavy and appears to be really well built. The amp has a blue LED "cross hair" power-on light that is a nice touch.

Trust me, you'll have more way more than enough bass for any type of listening at decibels that aren't causing you severe hearing loss. There is enough bass in this combo to completely saturate and overpower your entire speaker setup (why you would want to do that, I have no idea, but you could if "your thing" is only hearing bass when you listen to music). Someone recently reviewed that his/her 6x9 speakers have more bass than this setup, clearly he/she hadn't hooked up this unit correctly (or even at all perhaps?). The bass response of 6x9" speakers is no where in the same galaxy as this setup.

I am in no way shape or form an "expert" on car audio by any means, but I have done quite a bit of playing around and researching so I do have a couple of tips when setting up your system for the first time:

1. If your head unit only has 1 RCA subwoofer out, simply connect that subwoofer out to either the (L) or the (R) input on your amp. This is a monoblock amp and doesn't utilize stereo separation. You can use a splitter if you want to achieve the same thing (but why would you?)

2. Setting your gain level is important to ensure undistorted playback as well as maintaining a healthy life of both your amp and your speakers. Proper technique for achieving the utmost gain without distortion is done with an oscilloscope, but the quick and dirty way is to set your head unit to the max volume that you will be listening to your music at (which if you'd like to continue using your ears for hearing, shouldn't be distorting or anywhere near that level). While your music is playing at that level, raise the gain on your amp until you can hear distortion in the bass, as soon as you can hear that, back it off. It's better to err on the side of lower gain for reliability.

3. Setting your LPF (low pass filter) is important. You want your subwoofer to only amplify the frequencies that fall into the region of "bass level frequencies", having your sub responding to the full spectrum of frequencies (high's and mid's) will leave your music sounding very "muddy" and unclear. To set this properly have a song playing that you are familiar with, set the LPF at zero, then slowly start to turn the LPF up to where the sub is responding to the kick-drum and bass of your music. Keep raising the LPF until you can hear it starting to pick up higher frequencies (no longer JUST the kick-drum and bass), then roll it back down a bit. I have mine set around 85hz which to me sounds the best, but again, it's a personal preference and should be set to your specific taste. Most modern head units will offer you a lot of tuning options for LFP and HPF for a good separation.

4. Don't be afraid to just have fun exploring, you'd be surprised the world of a difference just a few adjustments can make.

I hooked everything up with Knuconceptz's wiring kit KnuKonceptz KCA Complete 4 Gauge Amp Installation Kit which was cheap, high quality and was more than what I needed to wire up this setup.

One last thing that is very important, MTX provides amazing customer service. I emailed them with a technical question and they got back to me within 3 minutes! They were very informative and helpful and they really care about you enjoying your MTX product, that alone is worth them getting my hard earned money. If you're having trouble figuring something out, email them or give them a call and you'll be happy with the response and technical knowledge you'll receive.

If you've never had an amp/sub in your car, do yourself a favor and get it, you won't be disappointed.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on November 9, 2010
these subs are redic. they hit harder then my friends mtx terminators nd hes pushin a 1200 watt amp. this whole package is so worth it. i had gotten them installed by best buy and i was so shocked how loud nd how gud the bass was. on volume 5 the whole truck shakes nd my rear view mirror about to fall off. im so pleased with these subs and im never gunna be upgrading. DEFF BUY THESE YOU WONT REGRET IT!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 5, 2011
This setup was cheap and effective. Its sound is just right. If you have a mustang these subs will fit without any removal or modification, and they will sound awsome.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2011
I bought these to install in a '98 Ford Ranger ext cab. They sound really good. The only drawback is that the package does need a bigger amp or 4 ohm single voice coil speakers instead of 8 ohm. With this combination the total power that the amp puts out is maybe 200 watts max. Both subs are 8 ohm's and wired in series so that the total is only 4 ohms. I hooked this up with a 2 farad capacitor that i bought on here at the sametime and have had no issues with it overheating since the amp doesn't have to work as hard. For the money you really can't complain. I do recommend using at least 8 ga. wiring at the very least for the install.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on February 7, 2011
I ordered these about a week ago and put them in my 01' Blazer. I was expecting them to barely hit at all at first but instantly fell in love the second I heard them!! I would DEFINATELY recommend these to anyone!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 15, 2014
I love these subs. They hit hard as hell and are very impressive for the price you pay. When tuned for the type of music listen to they sound great! I listen to some HEAVY music, so I had to make sure there wouldn't be a lot of distortion. That being said, the amp is good as long as it isn't exposed to extreme heat. I have had these since February and it worked great for the mild temps. But I live in Texas and my trunk is completely carpeted, so when the outside temp started hitting around 105 it completely overheated the connector for the power cable and the ground wire and they melted. But that isn't to say the amp is bad. It doesn't have a cooling fan so it was no match for the Texas heat using my trunk as a broiler. If you get this either mount the amp inside the car or buy an external cooling fan.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on May 11, 2011
A brand new dual subwoofer in Canada starts from 300 and goes up, rarely including an amp with the mix. The subs at these price were absolutely mind blowing. I went to the states and picked these badboys up. lemme tell you. These things here shatter walls*. I'm riding on 50% total power and it's disgusting. There comes to a point where anything beyond you drown out the mids and highs from your 4 speakers and feel nothing but vibrations. TBH i thought one woofer wouldnt be enough but there comes a moment and time where I think to myself that it probably would be. I also don't understand what people are trying to achieve by needing more power than what is provided. Many of the reviews here said that the amp was weak and whatnot. Imo theyre adequate. For a budget system it deserves a 5 stars, hands down.

Ive set this system in a 99 corolla. It was hard finding a space for the amp (didnt want to plant it on the enclosure, didnt want to drill holes in the metal framing) so i just velcro'ed it to the floor/carpet in the trunk. The subs fit snugly in the trunk and still have enough room to shove some items in there. Also I ordered a capacitor just in case but didnt end up using it since I didnt experience dimming of any kind. On a last note I used an 8-gauge cable as opposed to the 10 recommended by Magnum and it works plenty well. ( For those who dont know lower gauge = thicker cable. But the gauge only speaks of its thickness, not its composition)

5/5

Buy these and enjoy them for what they are. These were my first and I love them to death.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 4, 2012
When I first got this product I was very happy with it. It sounded good and it hit hard. After merely a few weeks though, the cheap amp went out on me. I wasn't sure what it was so I took it to a professional and he assured me it was the amp. I will be contacting the manufacturer to get a replacement or refund, and will revise this review based on their response.
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