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FS: Aftermarket Under Seat subwoofer (San Diego, CA)

I've upgraded my audio system once again, so this little guy needs a new home. It's really a great addition and sounds quite good. I wanted that super low bass that you feel like you can swim in, and that's the only reason for the upgrade.


Here's my original installation thread on a 2012 OB. I'm not sure how it fits older models.
Under-seat subwoofer installed: 2012 OB

Included will be the subwoofer and remote knob to adjust the volume. The knob can be left out, but it is nice to have. All you'll need to complete the installation is a 10 gauge amp wiring kit.

$115 firm, shipped anywhere in the continental US.

Local pickup OK too for $100 firm - contact me. I don't have time to install it for you, so this would be strictly a pickup. Thanks.



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A little bass never hurt anybody.



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Maybe one more bump before ebay.



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Too busy. Never made it to eBay. I see some threads on the forum where people could benefit from this, so bump goes my original ad from July!



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Figures...

I just bought one on eBay for $125. I have to give this little beast a high recommendation. Installed one in my son's Forrester and it completed the aftermarket system already installed.

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I just bought one on eBay for $125. I have to give this little beast a high recommendation. Installed one in my son's Forrester and it completed the aftermarket system already installed.
Cool! Thanks for the testimonial. The sound is quite good for its very small size!



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How does this wire in?
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How does this wire in?
Click the link in the first post. If you have the stock radio without RCA outputs, then you'll need a line output converter.



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