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Reg. cab system?

What is the cheapest way i could go on gettin subs and speakers for a reg. cab? Thanks, Garrett
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What is the cheapest way i could go on gettin subs and speakers for a reg. cab? Thanks, Garrett
walmart for parts and build the box yourself
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How about a powered Bazooka tube?
They're pretty cheap, take up very little space & have an amp built in.
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How about a powered Bazooka tube?
They're pretty cheap, take up very little space & have an amp built in.
um yea, if thats all you want then go for it i guess

whats your budget if you dont mind me asking?
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Im tryin not to spend over $200 but if i have to its fine just not too much over it. Stopped by Walmart and saw a 600Watt Pioneer 10"($50) and a sony xplod 600 watt amp($100).
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Im tryin not to spend over $200 but if i have to its fine just not too much over it. Stopped by Walmart and saw a 600Watt Pioneer 10"($50) and a sony xplod 600 watt amp($100).
go for it, but that amp will be too much for just that one sub, get two

dont forget your wires
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I know electrical stuff pretty well, i have put in countless cd players in trucks but have never hooked up a system, what wires would i need and how hard would it be to do?
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You can go to best buy and get a whole sub wire kit. I think walmart sells a wire kit as well.
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When i was looking there was a amp wiring kit, is that what yall are talkin about?
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Would a 800 watt 12" and 600 watt amp be a good combo?
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dont look at max power look at rms when matching an amp and sub together

all the "800watt" and "600watt" stuff your looking at is max power
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I have a 10" eclipse that the RMS is 600 watts, and a peak power handling of 800 watts. I have a cheap 300 watt jensen amp that I am running to it that is bridged, and i hits hard. It is all how you set it up and what sound you are wanting too. I listen to country, old rock, and a lil rap, and my sytem sounds good on it all.

Just remember that when you are setting yours up. Dont go for the most power, or the biggest this or that, get something that will hit hard threw all or most bass levels, and sounds good with what you listen to.
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