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    Underseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon

    So I am going to give my son my 2005 Yukon for his 16th b-day and I wanted to put a sub-woofer system in it to surprise him.

    I am thinking of keeping the stock 6 cd Bose Head unit...But getting the PAC audio adapter to add an aftermarket amp and put two 10's in a box in the back.

    I saw this Enclosure on Ebay for only 117 bucks. (Item # 310514077435)

    Seems like it would fit nicely....here are the specs
    AIRSPACE: .60 CU.FT. PER CHAMBER.
    MOUNTING DEPTH: 4 1/2"
    MAGNET DIAMETER NOT MORE THAN 5"
    CLEARANCE UNDER BOX: 1 1/2"

    Underseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon-enclosure-3.jpgUnderseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon-enclosure-2.jpgUnderseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon-enclosure-1.jpg

    So I was looking for some inexpensive 10" low profile woofers that are less than 4.5 inches mounting depth and was looking at a pair of Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10 woofers for 110 bucks for the pair.

    These woofers are rated for a minimum of .50 cubic feet and a maximum of .75 cubic feet for sealed boxes.

    I am looking at getting a 300 Watt RMS mono amp (at 4 ohms) to push these. The speakers are rated at 200 RMS each...so I think 300 watts should be enough? Or would the amp get too hot? do I need upwards of 400-500 RMS?

    I am trying to stay under 300 dollars and this setup looks to be right at that mark.

    Anyone have any advice or suggestions?

    I think this will more than suffice for the kid....I know its cheap...but not going to spend more than that.







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    Re: Underseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon

    Looks good. I can sell you a way better pair of brand new 10s for not much more cash than the fosgates. If your interested.






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    Re: Underseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon

    My main issue is the shallow mounting requirements and trying to keep everything under 300 bucks....thats the budget the wife gave me :-P

    I am wondering if 300 Watts RMS mono amp is enough to push the fosgates...




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    Re: Underseat Speakerbox for 2005 Yukon

    300w to the fosgates should run them fine. But going up to 5-600 watts for some headroom wouldn't hurt.






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