Re: Subwoofer Advice Needed -
Yes it is now installed and im pretty happy with the way it sounds.
It can be a little boomy from time to time but all it takes is a quick adjustment of the front/rear fader to sort that out (Different types of music sound better at different levels.
I had to buy the pre-amp out lead for the headunit and that gave me the option of taking the signal from the front or rear speakers. I thought it best to use the rear channel.
Im glad I chose the slimline sub as it allows me to still use 95% of the available space in the boot.
To install it I simply removed the rear fabric board from the seat and stuck down the retaining brackets using the supplied sticky pads directly to the metal seat back. Then I made holes so that the screw threads could pass through the rear fabric board. This effectively hides most of the brackets which holds it in place.
Your then left with four mounting screw posts and four wingnuts. If I ever need to remove the sub all I need to do is undo the wingnuts and the cables and pull it off the seat leaving the brackets under the seat back hidden away.
I did need to buy some more cabling as the supplied cables were too short and pretty low quality. The hardest part of it all is routing the power cable through the bulkhead !
Anyway heres a quick pic of the install.