Sub positioning


Bronze Member
Username: Allstar13

Houston, Texas

Post Number: 89
Registered: Jul-06
if sub is in back seat
should the sub and port face the front or up
or doesnt it even make a diffrence

Silver Member
Username: Jblanford

Post Number: 467
Registered: Oct-06
just try different positions...just whatever sounds best (loudest) to you

Silver Member
Username: Usask8er1

15 Orion H2 on a 2500d, 4 15 ID SPLs 15 INCH WANGERS

Post Number: 804
Registered: Jun-05
Yea i prefer having the sub facing the front, maybe it was just my car but it sounded louder.

Platinum Member
Username: Bestmankind

Www.15inchwangers.comFI Audio BTL

Post Number: 10476
Registered: Oct-05
subs and ports up or subs up and ports to the side.

Bronze Member
Username: Djhasanicesoundsystem

Vista, Ca Usa

Post Number: 47
Registered: Feb-07
if i have a car and its in my trunk should i have it facing the back seat or the trunk opening?

Gold Member
Username: Livin_loud

18 of Love Fi Audio

Post Number: 1138
Registered: Jan-06
if your seats fold down, i'd fire them into the cabin. its a matter of trial and error though, so just mess around with it

Silver Member
Username: Hootz

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

Post Number: 249
Registered: Oct-05
Might not apply to a trunk/back seat, but in my 240sx hatch I lost 3 db by moving the box from the very rear of the hatch facing back, to the back seat facing forward, with the mic on the windshield. If the box isn't anchored down, then as Eric said, trial and error works best. But most arguments I've seen would say very rear of the trunk facing back.

Gold Member
Username: Logan__tille

Imortal Box Building

Post Number: 6040
Registered: Feb-06
subs and port up

Silver Member
Username: Dsmith07

LaGrange, NC US oF A

Post Number: 541
Registered: Jun-06
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