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Audio upgrade questions

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Longer term update:

I have been very happy with this install. I've got probably 10 hours or so in the car with this JL sub and have had no issues. No cooling problems so far with two hour stretches of moderate bass play. I've dialed my input sensitivity down to about 50% for nice bass but not overpowering amounts. I can now enjoy listening to music! Sounds like it should and much more like I would have expected from a nearly $2k upgraded audio option. Plenty of bass gets through to my ears so I don't plan on cutting holes in the tire well cover or removing the unused factory woofer in the center of the parcel shelf. Bass is just how I like it, clean and tight with no distortion. No rattles from the car and not overpowering. If you want more bass, it can do a lot more, its just a quick adjustment to the input sensitivity. I'm also happy that the head unit equalizer bass slider does have a decent effect on the subs output. So you can get a bit more or a bit less bass easily while driving.
 
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Ill be adding an amp & sub soon, good to know to use the rear driver side speaker
 

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