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Question About Bass Tubes? #120195 Mar 8, 10:57pm Mar 8, 10:57pm
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Question About Bass Tubes?
Hey all, how's it goin, just a quick question, is it alright to have 2 bass tubes with an amp as compared to a subwoofer box and such, also how is it with a box in the back as well as a subwoofer box. as some of you know, i got the scion xa so i dont have that much room in the trunk. so i got to try to work with what i got, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

Re: Question About Bass Tubes? [Re: MikeyLittle69] #120196 Mar 9, 4:23am Mar 9, 4:23am
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I have a box in the back with 2X12's that fit perfectly. I also had enough space for my 3 amps & a cap. Sounds great! Mad bass! I'm not sure about your ride but I heard that 1 bass tube can do the job just fine.

Re: Question About Bass Tubes? [Re: xmangt1] #120197 Mar 9, 6:02am Mar 9, 6:02am
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it all depends on what you are looking for, bass tubes generally sound better inside the car, so if you are tryin to show off, they may not be the best. but if ya get a bazooka amplified tuba and slave a second to it, then you will not have to have as much space for an amp and box, they are small given the output they can provide. i like mine, i have 1 8" amplified tube, it sits in the plastic tray behind the rear seat, and it hardly ever moves, only held there by gravity


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Re: Question About Bass Tubes? [Re: ssgsky] #120198 Mar 9, 6:11am Mar 9, 6:11am
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bass tubes puke thumbsdown


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Re: Question About Bass Tubes? [Re: Sara] #120199 Mar 9, 8:21am Mar 9, 8:21am
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Originally Posted by Sara
bass tubes puke thumbsdown


wait til ya have to carry shit in ya car, you will like the space you have left from the tubes.

i have had a car with a bandpass box that hit about 150db, but it was heavy as hell. and with the tubes, you know the thing is built to exact specs, not like a speaker, and i hope the air space is correct.


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