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Old 03-02-2014, 01:28 PM   #1
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Default any subwoofers that don't take up crewcab floor space?

I'm looking at a crew cab for the wonderful flat floor loading area in the back. I want better sound too. But all the subwoofers that I've seen so far sit on the back area floor, rendering the utility of the crewcab much less for me. Are there any subwoofers that don't sit on the floor in the back? (say under a front seat maybe?)
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You may take a look at the Hybrid Audio I6SW. It's an outstanding sub and does take up much space at all for its awesome output. However you would have to have a custom box built to put it where you'd like. I've seen them go under the seat of a regular cab though without any issue so they can be squeezed into some tight spaces.
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Infinity bass link will fit behind the back seat.

I just bought installed a Kicker 10" shadow Comp yesterday, it fits under the passenger side of the rear seat leaving me with the that load floor under the drivers rear seat, so still plenty of room. I can pull the box out or just sit it up right against the door if I need more space.

It's hits harder than I would have imagined it to! Love it!
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Pictures please. I've not seen any 'back area' subwoofers that can actually be 'moved out of the way'
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Infinity bass link will fit behind the back seat.

I just bought installed a Kicker 10" shadow Comp yesterday, it fits under the passenger side of the rear seat leaving me with the that load floor under the drivers rear seat, so still plenty of room. I can pull the box out or just sit it up right against the door if I need more space.

It's hits harder than I would have imagined it to! Love it!
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http://www.crutchfield.com/p_777B8PT...TD.html?tp=114

Have this under my non powered front passenger seat. Little double side tape and haven't thought about it since. Not gonna rattle doors but is pretty good for how small it is.
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00CNV...814745&sr=8-12

This one. Quick disconnect the speaker wires and out it comes. Or just stand it up after picking up the seat.
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