Need to get the bass out of a Trunk and into the Cab
My buddy has a delima. He has a 2004 Chevy Impala and his backseat doesn't let down. All of his bass in trapped in his trunk.
His current setup is: He has the subs faced backwards about 8-10 inches from the back of the trunk and that's where it sounds the loudest.
I know we can get more sound out of his setup. Since his backseat doesn't let down like my Chevy Malibu LS, I was thinking sealing the back of his back seat off from his trunk. He has some free area in his back deck between the two 6X9s. So I was gonna insert about a 10 inch port hole there.
Then I would turn his subs around to where they face the cab and have it about a foot away from his sealed backseat. Then seal the outside of his enclosure (towards the front panel where the subs are) off from the rest of his trunk.
This way all the bass would be eliminated from his trunk and pushed right into his cab. Good Idea?
Also would it be better to have the subs facing the back of the seat or face them upwards towards his back deck?
Thanks in advance for the help.
He has two Audiobahn AW 121Ts. They are currently in a sealed box, but are going to be in a slot ported box once we do the repositioning of the subs.
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