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My new subwoofer

Discussion in 'Modifications' started by dsb, Dec 21, 2013.

  1. dsb

    dsb Copenworld Regular

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    as mentioned previously, I've replaced the stock radio with a pioneer device - dedicated subwoofer output, works with my iphone via Bluetooth - in fact the other day it started playing music while my phone was still in an upstairs bedroom which was impressive.
    the speakers have been replaced with jbl speakers that are 60watt rms each so I can pump out a nicer volume.
    finally I went for this slim pioneer sub - not as gut shaking as a 'proper' sub would be but it certainly adds a lot
     

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  2. DaG

    DaG Copenworld Guru

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    Looks neat but how will you manage without the little net bag thing you've removed?:)
     
  3. joeleow

    joeleow Copenworld Regular

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    Looks good... do you have an amp? How low can this Pioneer go?
     
  4. dsb

    dsb Copenworld Regular

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    It's self amplified - I took an easier route. I did wonder if a shallow sub could if in the area where the tonneau cover is stored but decided it was a bit too much trouble
     
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  5. joeleow

    joeleow Copenworld Regular

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    You can consider this if the passenger seat can be sacrificed. :D

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  6. Adam K

    Adam K Copenworld Guru

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    No, just plain an simple. :eek:
     
  7. dsb

    dsb Copenworld Regular

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    lol!
    that has a certain charm.... but on the other hand...
    I did actually think of using a regular boxed big sub and putting it in the passenger footwell - that way I could unclip the wires when I wanted a passenger but decided to take the route of less trouble.
     
  8. DaG

    DaG Copenworld Guru

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    He won't be able to turn the steering wheel on that car the front arches need altering.
    Looks great though, I love those wheels.
     
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