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Re: Anybody put a subwoofer in the trunk of their (archive)

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Posted by RobL on November 10, 1998 at 10:09:58:

In Reply to: Anybody put a subwoofer in the trunk of their E36? posted by NickG on November 09, 1998 at 22:12:34:

I put a 12" Pioneer free air sub mounted to the roof of the trunk. It sounded great when I got it, but now the panel always rattles (I kind of expected it). Anyhow, if I was to do it again, I think I would have the rear panel cut, then maybe it won't rattle as much. I hear that having a subwoofer free air is better than getting a box for the e36 especially since trunk is sealed so well.


: I want to put a subwoofer in the trunk of my '95 M3, but I've found that the trunk is very well sealed from the passenger compartment when the rear seats are not folded down. Has anybody put a sub in their trunk? If so, did you have to do anything to 'feed' the sound into the passenger compartment (like cutting of metal or removing the rear speakers)?

: Thanks,
: Nick




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