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Old 05-15-2009, 01:20 AM   #1
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Default 15" Subwoofers FS

Ok guys, I got 2 HUGE 15" TC Sounds 3000's sitting around. These are beasts. They are Quad 2 Ohm VC config. They will handle 2500+WRMS easily.

I bought these used over a year ago, and never used them. They were going in my car I owned before the mustang. They were used by the person before me for like 10 hours total in car audio competition. I never used them, as i never built a box for 2 15's.

I paid a good bit for these and will let them for next to nothing. I'm asking $375 OBO, for the pair. I will split them up if i can get a buyer for both. There is nothing wrong with them, no holes or cracks in the foam surrounds or the cones themselves.




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