Do subwoofers sound good in the trunk?
Subs in the trunk is pretty much standard issue. Bass doesnt have a problem passing through to the front. If anything, the fact that it is enclosed in the trunk should help bass response slightly and often dampens any distortion heard from a poor quality or underpowered sub. via
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Where do you put a subwoofer?
A subwoofer placed in the corner of a room may increase the subwoofer's output – causing the sub to sound louder. Try placing your subwoofer in a corner and see how it sounds. However, depending on your floor space, a corner might not be a viable option for your subwoofer if it's too far from your listening area. via
Why mount subs upside down?
According to some, inverting a subwoofer can help keep the speakers cooler and can help increase the box volume. However, most agree that doing this does not make your subwoofer louder. It can help with space issues though, allowing you to fit the speakers in an area with a smaller box that normally would not work. via
Which way should subwoofer face in truck?
Most bass enthusiasts face their subwoofers to the back, pointing at the back of the cab in a truck or the tailgate in an SUV for a heavy bass sound and feel. via
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Can I put a subwoofer on carpet?
Subwoofers on Carpet
The subwoofer can sit right on the carpet, and the sound should be propagated from the subwoofer and mixed with the rest of the soundscape just fine. One of the pros of having a carpeted setup is that the subwoofer manufacturer is basically expecting this. via
How do I make my subwoofer sound deeper?
What is the best orientation for a subwoofer?
Your subwoofer should face upwards or towards the trunk of your car. This is the most convenient direction and recommended because it gives you great bass output without taking so much space and providing clear sounds. via
Are Square subwoofers better?
While square subwoofers have more surface area to move more air, traditional round subwoofers are generally better sounding because they are easier to control. The more accurately the subwoofer is controlled the higher the sound quality reproduced. via
Is a sealed or ported sub box better?
Ported enclosures are typically used to get more output from the same power of an amplifier than a sealed enclosure because they are more efficient. They will also have more overall output than a sealed enclosure which means they can play louder overall. This gain in output comes at a small cost. via
What happens if you wire a subwoofer backwards?
The most common result of connecting the speaker wire backward is that the bass response becomes weaker. When the polarity is reversed, bass frequencies suffer the most. This is a result of how bass tones are produced by a speaker cone. via
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Where do subwoofers go in a pickup truck?
under or behind seats or benches, in center consoles, behind center consoles, in the floors.. lots of possibilities. I'm working on a really compact truck right now (86 Ranger). via
Is it OK to lay a subwoofer on its side?
What is this? Down-firing subwoofers can never be placed on their side. They are intended to use the floor to amplify the bass. Orienting them on their side will result in a disproportionate amount of bass being amplified through the air. via
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How do I make the subwoofers in my car louder outside?
If you want to make your subs louder outside the car, you can install a bigger subwoofer. A larger subwoofer will allow more air to pass through it, thus increasing the sound pressure outside the car. You can also install a second subwoofer in the car. via
What screws do you use for subwoofers?
The type of screw that should be used in subwoofer applications is a drywall screw. These screws are rugged and have a desirable shape for holding a subwoofer to a subwoofer box. Other screws may have inadequate threading which could cause the subwoofer to fall out of the subwoofer box. via
Can you drill into a subwoofer box?
Drill holes that are just large enough to run the bolts through and then use silicone or similar sealant along with flat washers inside the enclosure so that there are no air leaks. Then use flat and lock washers under the vehicle so the bolts do not loosen up. via
Is it easy to install subwoofer in car?
Installing a subwoofer in your car is often hard work depending on the vehicle and what you'll need to go through for installing and hiding the wire. If you're adding a subwoofer to a factory system you should definitely prepare for extra work. via
Should I put feet on my subwoofer?
No, putting the included plastic feet on your sub and having carpet in your home theater is not enough for proper decoupling. For that, you'll need something that makes sure none of the vibrations from the subwoofer travel directly into the ground. We've collected our three favorite options to decouple your subwoofer. via
How far from the wall should a subwoofer be?
In fact, high-quality subs tend to sound their best when pulled at least 8 to 12 inches from any wall. Subwoofers also work better in the front half of your listening space, placed closer to your front-channel loudspeakers to lessen timing delays and phase cancellation. via
Which is better front or down firing subwoofer?
Front Firing Subwoofers
Front-firing drivers in subwoofers produce all of the characteristics listed above far better than down firing drivers can, and the result is bass that sounds fast and airy while at the same time highly impactful –a characteristic that is blunted in down firing designs. via
What do subs do for your truck?
A truck's stock speakers have decent sound quality, but they may be missing something. Perhaps they can't produce the low frequencies that give your music that extra punch you can feel in your gut. Truck subs are designed to reproduce the extra-low frequencies from your audio system. via
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How far apart should 2 subwoofers be?
Let the subwoofer close to the back wall, the centre of the subwoofer and take a quarter of the width of the space between them. According to my experiment on multiple subwoofer speakers in different ways, in terms of the placement of two subwoofer speakers, the ideal placements are Figure 4 and Figure 5. via
Do down firing subwoofers work on carpet?
Most down firing subwoofers are placed on softer surfaces such as carpet. Although carpet will absorb some of the sound, it is better to place the down fire on carpet than it is on hard, smooth surfaces, as these will reflect sound directly and cause a boomy listening experience that can be fairly unpleasant. via
Where do you put a down fired subwoofer?
Down firing subwoofers can be placed on almost any dense surface, in the corner or mid-wall, and can sit at 8-12 inches above the ground. via