hooked up a 300w amp to my VIBE 6*9 speakers the difference in clarity and bass response is amazing, i don't really need a sub now
yeah Mine screwed up as wellDaddyMera said:fucking bollox....
think i have blown one of the 6*9's.
the day before my birthday...
my car will breakdown next.... lol
Get some 12 or 18mm MDF and make yourself a floor rip the Spare wheel out and use something to strap the Sub down and screw it into the MDFkaptain_k said:Still got it though, might put them back in when I can fix above problems
Whenever I fit a sub into a car without doing a proper build, what I do is screw a couple of wood joining blocks onto the back of the box, then thread some string through and tie it what ever bracket/strut brace etc is close and strong enough, looks a bit messy if you dont keep the string behind the box, but then its only to stop your sub crushing your head in should you need to do an emergency stop.kaptain_k said:B) there's no way to keep a sub firmly placed in the middle of your boot. Mine kept being flung about whenever i went round a corner a bit sharpish
IMO it's all about quality, not quantity. It usually costs a lot to get both !markbuts3 said:I might be coming over to the dark side... :lol:
I have the chance of a twin 10" enclosure with subs, a pair of two channel amps and the associated wiring for cheap.
I wonder how long before I get fed up of the boom boom boom ??? :wall:
I don't want quantity, just a bit of bass in the rear. I have some JBL 6x4s for the front doors. I may even cut the box in half and just run one sub.almeratastic said:IMO it's all about quality, not quantity. It usually costs a lot to get both !