Well first of having a sub doesn't mean listening to it like that but if
the frequency response of the speakers in the car doesn't include much
below 75hz, you are missing a lot.
Like I said in my previous post, it doesn't have to be loud, it just needs
to fill in the gap at the bottom of the frequency range where the 6x9's
and front ones don't do anything.
I will be using the motor most days to get to work, the baby won't be in
it then so even if I wanted the loudest system ever heard in one of these
cars then I could.
Any more ideas anybody?
Can you unplug (or alter the wiring connections so you can) the sub when you
want to put the pram in? It may reduce the quality of the music but once
you have the nipper off you won't want to wake itand whilst it's awake the
noises it makes will drown out your sub!
I have a 5 door stilo, the missus wanted one of those three wheeled monsters
and I have to slide the back seat forward (or take the pushchair's wheels
off) to get it in the boot because the wheels are so big (13" chrome wire
wheels with 45.100 mothercare rubber, excellent traction in all conditions).
It's so big I have to remove all the wheels to get it onto the roof box (420
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