Re: '96 Explorer XLT: Best location for tube subwoofer?
On Sun, 6 Mar 2005 17:05:40 -0500, "wabbitslayer"
>that's a pretty good distance for the waves to bounce off of...you could try
>moving it closer to the back, too, which I've heard helps (no personal
>experience with tube subs), but then you've got this huge thing right in the
>middle of your cargo area. you might try turning it sideways and firing it
>towards the side of the vehicle.
>01 GT vert
This is a subwoofer we're discussing. Non-directional.
Change "g" to "a"