View Full Version : Anyone with subwoofers in the boat......
06-04-2003, 03:45 PM
I am looking into putting a 10 inch or 12 inch sub in my boat, wondering what kind of boxes you guys have used, like a bandpass or sealed box. thanks
06-05-2003, 03:31 PM
sealed, JL 12w3 in front of the drivers feet
06-07-2003, 07:57 PM
We have an 8" Bazooka behind the driver's kick panel, the driver gets some thump but not enough for my taste :)
06-09-2003, 12:52 PM
I have a 10in Bazooka amplified tube (RS10A) under the bow on the drivers side. It puts out a heathy amount of bass in that location. I have Infinity 652i's in the factory front position. I then have Pioneer 6.5's in tower speakers that are attached to my pylon's board rack. The 4 speakers are powered by a Sony head unit. I am pretty happy with this setup.
You can see the speaker setup in these shots:
06-10-2003, 02:17 PM
I have a 10" Kicker Comp VR in a sealed box. It is under the dash, in front of the drivers feet. Box is 1 cubic ft. and it leaves plenty of leg room.
06-26-2003, 08:08 PM
I have a 12 inch sealed box powered by 225 watt RMS amp. Sealed boxes are much smaller than bandpass.
07-06-2004, 01:05 AM
I have 2 10 inch punch pros with kenwood 6 inch in the boat, 4 mb quartz in chrome cans on the tower, kenwood 1200 amp , punch 340 and dual batteries. It rocks bro
07-06-2004, 04:09 PM
I have 1 10" Kenwood sub in an Audiobahn 10" ported tube enclosure connected in parallel with a non-amplified 8" bazooka rs series tube powered by a kenwood 1200 watt amp . They are located behind the driver kick panel. The bass blows many good car audio systems away.
07-14-2004, 06:48 AM
You guys with the kickin audio setups need to think about the power you're using -- I've seen 100 amps from stereos like the ones you mention, not counting the light bars, ballast pumps, etc, etc. Consider that the alternator only puts out 31 amps at engine idle & 70 amps max (3,000 engine RPM & up) -- you can only add so many batteries before you find yourself unable to crank the engine. Think about installing the latest and greatest -- the "Stoker 200" alternator -- puts out 130 amps at idle & 200+ amps at wakeboard speed and up. Easy to install -- bolt in replacement for the factory Delphi unit but you will need to beef up the cables from the alternator to the battery -- they come with the alternator. Price is $385 -- more if you have a dealer install it for you. Factory sponsored rider, Dave Briscoe, has one on his '04 SSV and local dealers in the Dallas area are installing them -- love mine. If interested, shoot me an email email@example.com or call my cell at 817-909-1421 & I'll hook you up with the manufacturer.
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