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Old 07-21-2014, 09:06 PM   #21
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I've got a 2014 Raptor Screw w/ the NAV, Sony, sub, etc. Thinking of upgrading and I like the idea of the behind the seat subs. A few questions: 1) Will 2 SO fit behind the seat - without cutting the rear material? 2) How much space on the rear wall behind the seat will be taken up by 2 SO and would there still be space for an amp back there? (Thinking of upgrading door speakers/tweaters w/ a 4 ch amp or somthing like that.) 3) Subjectively how much better would 2 SO be than the Sony sub? How would 2 SO compare w/ the Kicker Soundstage? I mostly listen to rock and alternative at mid-levels. Little rap. TIA.
The SO's are right up your ally for your genre of music. They struggle with really low tones but are great for the type of music mentioned.

I fit one behind my scab seat without cutting so I assume you would have plenty in the screw.
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I've got a 2014 Raptor Screw w/ the NAV, Sony, sub, etc. Thinking of upgrading and I like the idea of the behind the seat subs. A few questions: 1) Will 2 SO fit behind the seat - without cutting the rear material? 2) How much space on the rear wall behind the seat will be taken up by 2 SO and would there still be space for an amp back there? (Thinking of upgrading door speakers/tweaters w/ a 4 ch amp or somthing like that.) 3) Subjectively how much better would 2 SO be than the Sony sub? How would 2 SO compare w/ the Kicker Soundstage? I mostly listen to rock and alternative at mid-levels. Little rap. TIA.
I was able to fit two SO subs behind the rear seat. There is enough room to fit a smaller amp in between them. I did not remove any of the felt back there but I did cut a small slit in the felt so I can strap them down.

They hit pretty nice and when cranked up, the mirrors rattle a little. I can't comment on the kicker system quality. To me that kicker system is way over priced.
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