Cerwin Vega : Suggestions Required!


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Hello TAI'ians,
First of all want to know if anybody is using cerwin vega here? I am planning to upgrade from my polk momo single 12" woofer to a Cerwin vega kit - two 12" woofers, a mono-block amplifier of cerwin vega, wiring and a sealed box provided by them. This kit costs around 27k. Do you guys think it is worth it or are there better options? I am a serious bass lover and considering it since it is within my budget.
 
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CV is a very renowned and VFM brand for moderate budget SPL/SQL setups. I have CV components installed in my cousin's friend's car and they are damn powerful. Not sure about the quality of subs and amp but would be good for sure.

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CV is a very renowned and VFM brand for moderate budget SPL/SQL setups. I have CV components installed in my cousin's friend's car and they are damn powerful. Not sure about the quality of subs and amp but would be good for sure.

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Thank you. I was wondering why there was no reply to this topic from many days. I too got a chance to listen to a cerwin vega setup (sub and amp) a couple of days back and was pretty good compared to other products in that range.
 
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Thank you. I was wondering why there was no reply to this topic from many days. I too got a chance to listen to a cerwin vega setup (sub and amp) a couple of days back and was pretty good compared to other products in that range.
Just a tiny suggestion, maybe you are already planning it, just go for a sealed enclosure for the subs. CV subs hit very low, so , a sealed enclosure is sure to produce that wave energy feeling (you feel bass and not hear it). share some pics once you have the install.

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Just a tiny suggestion, maybe you are already planning it, just go for a sealed enclosure for the subs. CV subs hit very low, so , a sealed enclosure is sure to produce that wave energy feeling (you feel bass and not hear it). share some pics once you have the install.

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Yup will be going in for a sealed enclosure itself since i am already using it with my present woofer (polk momo). I personally loved the bass from it compared to the other types of boxes.
 
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