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RAMTX 02-02-2012 11:25 PM

OEM subwoofer
 
Have anyone just swap the OEM subwoofer?

I got the OEM Alpine system in my truck and not planing on buying nothing but doors speakers and sub.

Is that a 8" sub? I know the box is not good at all, but money is tight now (college is too expensive).

thanks.
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rtkman 02-04-2012 06:26 AM

I haven't seen that done. I would think you won't get far without a amp and a decent enclosure though.

THasse 02-04-2012 01:26 PM

I don't have one and haven't seen it, but I do a lot with stereos, you would be looking at a few issues. Most likely the ohms wouldn't be correct for what you typically find in the aftermarket. You can buy 8 or 4 typically, it might be right though, honestly don't know without a schematic. They there's the fact that I haven't seen anybody selling an 8" subwoofer in a long time. The last major one I see is that the amp won't likely push anything bigger than 100 amps or something, again no idea how big it would be, but not very big. I'm willing to bet that you would be better off running an aftermarket amp setup, etc. Sorry, trust me, I know how the tight money thing goes...

hemirae 02-05-2012 02:34 AM

Try filling the OEM sub enclosure with polyfill.


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