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Old 5th August 2008, 22:39   #1
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Default Woofer from a computer sound system possible in a car audio setup?

Experts, is it possible to integrate my sub woofer from my home computer into the ICE of my Xeta.

The setup is basic with a sony HU connected to two 4" JBL speakers upfront and two 6*9" JBL ovals on the rear parcel try. The car also has a CNG kit so boot space is nil. So if it could be integrated then i would place the subwoofer on the parcel tray between the ovals.

Any inputs??
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yes, but it is pointless since there wont be any significant improvement.
more reasons here

why not use an 8" IB sub in the rear parcel tray/Rear wheel well?
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Hi Deeps,

This has been discussed many times kindly use search for results

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