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Old 04-21-2014, 09:27 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by rammer24 View Post
All you need is a good 10" in a box and a 400w amp. That's plenty for good sound and it has enough punch to satisfy pretty much anyone. No need for two 10" or 12".
I completely agree.. Spec your system out correctly, and you will pull off some amazing sound quality with tons of extra bass on tap..

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Take that OEM woofer out and put another one in. If you're into spending money then JL Audio has a very nice setup, I think MTX has one to, and PROBOX...

What i've learned is that prefabbed boxes like Fox Acoustics, supercrew sound are not suited for all subs and you won't get the quality you really want.. You'll get some extra bass but the really get the quality you want, you need a custom box
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Originally Posted by Dizzc View Post
Did you just hook up your new stuff to the existing wiring?
Yes I cut off the factory sub wiring and used it. But it did not work. Hooked up the line converter correctly and checked my work a few times but didn't work. I ended up having to connect the line converter up behind the head unit. Once I did that it worked just fine.
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