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Old 07-24-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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what sounds best?

I have a 92 gt and i was wondering what subs would sound best in my car. (Without being too overpowering)
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:37 PM   #2
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well I have a 1,000 Watt setup and they hit pretty hard with my 1,600 Watt amp it's a superblue sub setup
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:39 PM   #3
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Lol i dont need to rattle my brain. I want good sound quality
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:49 PM   #4
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Lol i dont need to rattle my brain. I want good sound quality
I have good quality if I keep the bass boost on my stereo low, but it will rattle my brain if I turn it up

Do you have a hatchback or notchback?
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Hatch

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And i also dont want to tax my alternator. I have had issues with that in the past on a 94 jeep wrangler
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Old 07-24-2012, 11:48 PM   #6
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And i also dont want to tax my alternator. I have had issues with that in the past on a 94 jeep wrangler
Cool I have a capacitor with my setup and haven't seen any alternator issues
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:18 AM   #7
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Okay. So like 1 or 2 10's?
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:04 AM   #8
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Okay. So like 1 or 2 10's?
Probably one because mine is 2 500 watt 10s
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well I have a 1,000 Watt setup and they hit pretty hard with my 1,600 Watt amp it's a superblue sub setup
I have those same subs. Just never hooked them up yet, lol. Good to know it's got nice bass though.
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I have those same subs. Just never hooked them up yet, lol. Good to know it's got nice bass though.
Yeah they have great bass lol rattles my car sometimes
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:42 PM   #11
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Re: what sounds best?

93mstnglx, how well do those fit in the hatch? if you can have the seats up, where could I find them?
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93mstnglx, how well do those fit in the hatch? if you can have the seats up, where could I find them?
They fit great! About an inch between the top of the enclosure and hatch glass. I've seen them online, I got mine from my local pawn shop, but I will try to find them again. They're called "superblue" if ya wanna google it

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93mstnglx, how well do those fit in the hatch? if you can have the seats up, where could I find them?
OK the first place I found them at is www.autotoys.com $86.99 plus shipping
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Old 08-13-2012, 06:15 PM   #13
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Re: what sounds best?

Thanks alot, and about an inch when its pushed up against the back of the seats?
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Thanks alot, and about an inch when its pushed up against the back of the seats?
Yeah, That's with an amp mounted on the back, so if you don't mount an amp on the back probably like 2 - 3 inches
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Has anyone heard of subs, maybe two 10s that will fit under the trunk part of the hatch? Like the part that isn't glass. Doesnt have to be anything that really thumps, I have those in my expedition >
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Has anyone heard of subs, maybe two 10s that will fit under the trunk part of the hatch? Like the part that isn't glass. Doesnt have to be anything that really thumps, I have those in my expedition >
If you get a shallow enough box they should fit, shouldn't need shallow subs either
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Know of anywhere that makes shallow boxes?
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Know of anywhere that makes shallow boxes?
Not off hand, hmm I'll do some looking Maybe eBay or you could custom make one
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When I wanted a box for my expedition that would fit behind the 3rd row, I looked into making one, seemed pretty complicated to make one AND get optimal sound out of the subs
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When I wanted a box for my expedition that would fit behind the 3rd row, I looked into making one, seemed pretty complicated to make one AND get optimal sound out of the subs
OK, well I found abunch on ebay decent prices to
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What did you put in the search bar? And thanks haha
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Shallow subwoofer box, and your welcome
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