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Bass tube type sub/amps

Postby S10Wheels » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:25 pm

I know a number of you have them, how are they? All I want is to is add some low end and make my system. sound better - don't need a Boom!-Boom!-Boom system. 6 or 8" Bazooka tube? I'm going to be without my truck for 2 or 3 weeks, so I can think of things that need to be done to it. Ho-Hum I'm already boared!

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Re: Bass tube type sub/amps

Postby HenryJ » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:37 pm

Opinions/Advice on Bazooka Bass tube or other sub suggestion
Loved mine. Just enough thump to richen the experience. No room for it in the new ride.

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Re: Bass tube type sub/amps

Postby S10Wheels » Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:16 pm

HenryJ wrote:Opinions/Advice on Bazooka Bass tube or other sub suggestion
Loved mine. Just enough thump to richen the experience. No room for it in the new ride.

Hi Brule, there will be a PM for you soon. That's what kind of sound I want without taking room out of the cab. What size did you have? It had a small amp. built into it to drive the sub. right?
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Re: Bass tube type sub/amps

Postby HenryJ » Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:45 pm

Check out the thread that I linked. It is all in there. I bought mine from AZS10Crew.

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Re: Bass tube type sub/amps

Postby ApproachMedium » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:23 pm

I suggest if you go with the bazooka get the more powerful 200 watt version if you like to crank it. Otherwise the 150w version is working excellent for me with my pioneer head and just using pioneer coaxials off the head unit. Its worth the 180 bucks for the bazooka simple to install has its own auto on off and only needs no more than a 12 amp circuit. I hooked mine to the head with rca cables though instead of using the hi level inputs like bazooka suggests. You have much better control of bass this way.
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