a couple simple questions

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first all im new here if you cant tell haha and im some what of a nOOb anways i was wondering does it matter if you mount your amp on your sub box say like the top of the box,side or back? and also what is the best way to have the subs facing like towards the back of the vehical front or even point up towards the roof?ihave a 96 cherokee,so space isnt realy a problem just wondering which is gonna sound the best for sub location

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first all im new here if you cant tell haha and im some what of a nOOb anways i was wondering does it matter if you mount your amp on your sub box say like the top of the box,side or back? and also what is the best way to have the subs facing like towards the back of the vehical front or even point up towards the roof?ihave a 96 cherokee,so space isnt realy a problem just wondering which is gonna sound the best for sub location
thanks.
Amp mounting place isnt going to matter as long as it is secure and the wires are secure. As for the best way to fire your subs... try a bunch and see what you like the best. usually people who compete (spl) with cherokees have subs firing UP and port firing into the back of the hatch.

 
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