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Old 2nd August 2006, 09:45   #16
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Dipoles have special room and placement needs. H/W frames are litle more tolerant. Check our papers by Sigfried Linkwitz for more. He is the guru on diploes. esp dipole subs.
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oh ho people he is not going to install dipoles in his car he would installing a sub with a amp in a car and I think he will go for this only....
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oh ho people he is not going to install dipoles in his car he would installing a sub with a amp in a car and I think he will go for this only....
hmmm....bipoles apart..
i already have a 4 ch amp. do i have to get another one to power the sub woofer ?? or can i use the rear output from the amp for the sub & still get a decent effect ??
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u can connet the front speaker with the 2 ch of the amp and bridge the other two to fire up the sub. and the rear speakers can be driven from the hu........
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I would not recommend the Sony sub.

If your budget is 10K a Sony 552/502 amp mated to a Pio 306C in a 1.2 cu. ft. selaed box would be a better bet.

as far as cutting that hole is concerned first install the sub inthe boot and see if that works for you. If not even a smaller 5-6" hole (covered by a grill) will vent the bass into the cabin. Your installer will have many 5-6" grills available. My installer lets me rummage though their bins to find grills I like.
thanx for the advice guys. i bought a 306c, as suggested by navin & hooked it to 2 of the channels on 554zr. now my car sounds like thunder...and my wife says she gets fabulous massage from the reverbs inside the car, everytime we drive out...isn't that great ??? plus the wax really falls out from the ears.... ...i love the bass effect, listening to the principles of lust makes u feel...........help me finish this sentence guys !!!!
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... TOTALLY UNPRINCIPLED?? .... !!... LMAO!!
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