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Username: Teamdeboy1971

OPTIDRIVE LN., TN Major Bass P...

Post Number: 485
Registered: Nov-06
OK, I know your supposed to put your subs in the trunk, pointing towards the back! But, if you have a sealed encloser, would you use the same method? I figured the ports on a ported sub are supposed to point back, but If I'm using a sealed box, it looks to me like it would sound better if the subs were facing the front!! WHAT DOES EVERYONE THINK?????? ~Rob~
 

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Username: Dsmith07

LaGrange, NC US oF A

Post Number: 398
Registered: Jun-06
im wondering the same thing....when my seats folded down wouldnt it be louder to have the sub facing inside the cab?
 

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Username: Derick06

Rio Grande City, Texas United States

Post Number: 54
Registered: Nov-05
There are different ways of facing a sub in the trunk. You should try aiming the sub wherever you think sounds best. You could put the sub-box right behind the seat and face it towards the back of the trunk or you can put the sub-box at the very end and face it towards the front. For some people it sounds best to face them towards the back and for some people like me like to face them to the front (less trunk rattling).
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