Re: I need some bass
Originally Posted by spaceace
You could do what I've done and use an 'under the seat' integrated sub/amp and mount it in the boot. Mine's a factory Blaupunkt from a VW/Skoda similar to this http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...sPageName=WD2V
They're really compact but they'll never win any awards or impress your mates, but they do give enough bass to backup your tunes.
Does that actually fit under the seat, looks far too big!
Wheelnut, the fact that you say you don't have any bass rather than not enough bass does suggest phasing problems to me.
Try listening to one speaker, say the front right and then fading to the rear right, then go from rear right to rear left, then to front left, then back to front right.
You should have noticably more bass when at the midpoint between two speakers than when you're powering one speaker on it's own, if this isn't the case you have phasing between the two speakers in question.
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