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Old 05-03-2011, 02:49 PM   #1
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Under seat powered subwoofer

I'm looking for suggestions that will outperform the Subaru Forester factory subwoofer. I'm posting from a phone so I'm having trouble finding specs on it's dimensions. The product number is [H630SSC000]. The only requirement is that the price is $250 or below (and that it's fits obviously). So, dimensions that are equal to or less than than OEM kit.
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I'm looking for suggestions that will outperform the Subaru Forester factory subwoofer. I'm posting from a phone so I'm having trouble finding specs on it's dimensions. The product number is [H630SSC000]. The only requirement is that the price is $250 or below (and that it's fits obviously). So, dimensions that are equal to or less than than OEM kit.
do you have one that you are replacing cause I seem to remember reading somewhere that they aren't exactly tuned correctly and you can get better performance by manually tunning it, can't remember how but that might be worth a shot before getting new equitment.
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No. I have a set of comps currently.
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Old 05-03-2011, 04:32 PM   #4
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No. I have a set of comps currently.
ok, well, i'm assuming that you want to mount it under the seat, could you give an idea of how much space is avalible, for the sub and box.
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Old 05-04-2011, 02:25 AM   #5
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Maybe the new alpine type R 8". I've heard good things about them and they don't need much airspace or mounting depth.
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