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Old 03-29-2012, 09:32 PM   #1
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Anybody have a convertible with subs in the trunk?

Wanting to know opinions of those who have a vert with subs in the trunk. Sound issues? Do they sound good in a vert? Wanting input before I buy? Would one 12 be enough? Any help would be appreciated.
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Just bought an 01 GT Vert that had two Alpine 10's in a box, 600 watt amp and a capacitor. Sounds very solid and has great range.

Keep in mind that I did NOT buy the car because of the audio. Left it in because sounds good and would be too much of a PIA to take out.

If I had to do it over, I'd install 8's or 10's in the side wells of the trunk area and have grid covers on them. Plus you'll have more trunk space. 12's may a bit much. Your head unit is the most important piece...
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That's a good idea about installing in the side wells. Didn't think about that!
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That's a good idea about installing in the side wells. Didn't think about that!
I have a 2003 mustang gt vert an I installed 2 ken wood 12s and thy sound great even with the top down I love them but they were a PITA to install lol just a forewarning
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