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Old 07-15-2003, 10:04 PM
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Infinity BassLink 10" sub w/built in Amp...

Anybody have or ever hear this product installed in a BMW. Supposedly it is one of the best ways to add a little bass to the otherwise stock BMW Factory system. Good reviews, just wanted a little feedback on anyone with experience with it!!!

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I installed a 10' Kenwood powered sub, cant vouch for the Brand you mentioned. I think it adds quite a bit to the Stock system. I had this sub in my last vehicle and in the 3 coupe it is kind of hard to get the bass inside unless I open a fold down seat, which I normally do. In my Pathfinder the Bass was given more space to fill and sounded sooooooo much better, still though I love having the sub, my only complaint is that you do remove a bit of trunk space.

The stock stereo is growing on me but still its a joke compared to any Japanese system I have ever owned. My parents Buick beats this system. ( yea I have the HK)

I would highly recommend the sub, like I said though I have no exp. with your brand.
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Old 07-16-2003, 09:34 PM
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I installed a 10' Kenwood powered sub, cant vouch for the Brand you mentioned. I think it adds quite a bit to the Stock system. I had this sub in my last vehicle and in the 3 coupe it is kind of hard to get the bass inside unless I open a fold down seat, which I normally do. In my Pathfinder the Bass was given more space to fill and sounded sooooooo much better, still though I love having the sub, my only complaint is that you do remove a bit of trunk space.

The stock stereo is growing on me but still its a joke compared to any Japanese system I have ever owned. My parents Buick beats this system. ( yea I have the HK)

I would highly recommend the sub, like I said though I have no exp. with your brand.
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Anybody have or ever hear this product installed in a BMW. Supposedly it is one of the best ways to add a little bass to the otherwise stock BMW Factory system. Good reviews, just wanted a little feedback on anyone with experience with it!!!

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I have it in my 328i. It is necessary to knock out you ski-pass plate if you do not have the CWP or fold-down seat. Mine is installed exactly over the ski-pass whole. I'll admit it took about a month of fine tuning to get the sound perfect, but now that's what it is.\

PS Don't order from bavauto. Search for it on Yahoo Shopping for a super cheap price.

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Old 08-07-2003, 10:46 AM
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Stealth Box = Bass

Try looking up the JL Audio Stealth boxes, they make a small free-air type sub that mounts into the rear deck from what I gather. They take up little space, and anytime you can reflect audio off the rear glass, it really gives the sound a boost.
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