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    Icon14 Midbass subwoofer?

    Okay folks, here is the scoop. I recently started upgrading my audio system. I put zero gauge wires in, replaced the battery and alternator, put a Kenwood 942u deck in and replaced my stock 6x9s and 5x7s with the best Infinity Kapps. All is well, however, I am wondering about midbass subwoofers. I don't have any subs in the trunk yet, but I plan on putting some in. Right now all my speakers are running off the headunit amp. I was thinking that I could custom install a JL Audio ZR800-CW in the back right between the 6x9s and then run an amp to power them all to 90% RMS. What amp would do the job and is this even a good idea? I drive a Lincoln Town Car if that helps. Thanks.
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    Re: Midbass subwoofer?

    Quote Originally Posted by CarAudioNewbie9 View Post
    Okay folks, here is the scoop. I recently started upgrading my audio system. I put zero gauge wires in, replaced the battery and alternator, put a Kenwood 942u deck in and replaced my stock 6x9s and 5x7s with the best Infinity Kapps. All is well, however, I am wondering about midbass subwoofers. I don't have any subs in the trunk yet, but I plan on putting some in. Right now all my speakers are running off the headunit amp. I was thinking that I could custom install a JL Audio ZR800-CW in the back right between the 6x9s and the run an amp to power them all to 90% RMS. What amp would do the job and is this even a good idea? I drive a Lincoln Town Car if that helps. Thanks.




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    Re: Midbass subwoofer?

    I'm guessing not a good idea? lol




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