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Unread 01-15-2013, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Subwoofer ideas - anyone?

My stereo/speaker setup sounds just great to me, especially for a cart system. But my son wants to kick it up a notch with a subwoofer. I have a Kenwood head unit with the preamp outputs on it. I'd like to go with a powered sub so I don't have to install a separate amp since my unit produces plenty of watts and sound to the regular speakers. I was thinking maybe one of those tubes that would fit between the seats that could be removed fairly easily to prevent theft. Or maybe one in an enclosure that I could somehow mount underneath the rear passenger seat. My 12v source for accessories is a dedicated marine battery that I have mounted in the bagwell. So, getting juice to either of those locations would be fairly easy.

Has anyone done either of these things that could make some recommendations?
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Unread 01-16-2013, 01:07 PM   #2
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Default Re: Subwoofer ideas - anyone?

Here's a link to what I did.......

I have a similar setup with a Kenwood receiver and nice sounding speakers. I added an 8 inch amplified Bazooka tube sub underneath the cart. Sounds awesome and is up out of the way.

Good luck!
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Where is the link? Is Bazooka a brand name or just a style? I'm going under the assumption that the hookup for these is to run a pre-amp feed to the sub and then 12v power to it. I've installed quite a few aftermarket stereos in my time but never rigged a separate sub.
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Default Re: Subwoofer ideas - anyone?

It is a brand. I used to have a pair of the 8in in an old Celica I had and they would thump pretty good with 90 watts each. They do make them now with internals amps in a marine grade. http://www.bazooka.com/ is a link
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Where is the link? Is Bazooka a brand name or just a style? I'm going under the assumption that the hookup for these is to run a pre-amp feed to the sub and then 12v power to it. I've installed quite a few aftermarket stereos in my time but never rigged a separate sub.
Click on "link" in my post above.

Bazooka is a brand. Mine is 250 watt amp built into the sub. I have it wired to my stereo so when it turns on the amp is powered. Generally most of the newer stereos have a wire specifically for that.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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