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    Avatardani_star
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    hey, i have a vauxhall corsa 95 reg, i want to add a bass box and speakers. but which ones do i need? and is tht enough to make my car sound gd? plus i have a budget :s help wud be gr8 😀 xxx

    #1248863
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    so long as you do not:

    *combine 6×9’s with a sub (6×9’s are bassy so will be void)
    *have a decent amp and have all the channels ect. wired up by someone who knows what there doing

    personally, I’d ignore the sub. You want your motor to sound GOOD, not bassy. So I’d upgrade the door card speakers, add tweeters, and have 1 small 9-10 inch sub squished in the corner of the boot.

    #1248862
    Avatarbarnzy001
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    when i was a bit younger i had some jbl subs in my car back then they wasnt much money and was fairly good i had 2 1000w subs rattled the shit out of my ford escort lol

    #1248864
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    bass and loudness isn’t were its at IMO, clarity and depth of sound is

    #1248861
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    I use JBL control ones as one set of home monitor speakers and they do seem to be good at getting bass out of a small package. Take note of what gaz says though. Years ago (as I do not have a driving license, but I am an electronics engineer) I used to trade installing car audio for lifts to parties. make sure also you have sufficient power (maybe even a aux battery?) so you don’t end up with a car which has good sounds but what won’t start :wink:. Also you still have to drive the thing and not crash it and hurt or kill people and stuff like music can be a bit of a distraction (which is also why I’m only now considering driving again).

    I stopped listening to loud music whilst cycling as I nearly rode into a big hole anglian water had made, in spite of barriers, lamps and all sorts, and listening to anything over 145 bpm tended to impact negatively on my road behaviour – UK hardcore in particular made me ride faster but way more reckless. I dread to think what it would do if I had a motor car when I was younger, probably wouldn’t be here today :crazy:

    #1248865
    Avatardani_star
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    @General Lighting 466216 wrote:

    I use JBL control ones as one set of home monitor speakers and they do seem to be good at getting bass out of a small package. Take note of what gaz says though. Years ago (as I do not have a driving license, but I am an electronics engineer) I used to trade installing car audio for lifts to parties. make sure also you have sufficient power (maybe even a aux battery?) so you don’t end up with a car which has good sounds but what won’t start :wink:. Also you still have to drive the thing and not crash it and hurt or kill people and stuff like music can be a bit of a distraction (which is also why I’m only now considering driving again).

    I stopped listening to loud music whilst cycling as I nearly rode into a big hole anglian water had made, in spite of barriers, lamps and all sorts, and listening to anything over 145 bpm tended to impact negatively on my road behaviour – UK hardcore in particular made me ride faster but way more reckless. I dread to think what it would do if I had a motor car when I was younger, probably wouldn’t be here today :crazy:

    thanks for the tips guys 🙂 my uncle suggested i got this:
    Halfords | Mutant MTSBP 12″ Bass Pack

    and some 6×9 sub woofer? anyone agree? xxxx

    #1248866
    Avatardani_star
    Participant

    my uncle suggested i got this:
    Halfords | Mutant MTSBP 12″ Bass Pack

    and some 6×9 sub woofer speaker? anyone agree? xx

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