Summary: Great little sub. Installed in a 2003 wrangled under the passenger seat. It sounds great and really fills out the low end. I crossed over at 120hz which really makes all the speakers sound better. Plenty of volume even with the top off.
Summary: I bought this to replace the factory "subwoofer" in my Subaru Forester. There is no comparison however. This unit has incredibly clear sound and plenty of kick for it's size. No it will not rattle your neighbors windows, but it is perfect for people wanting to enjoy their music, not irritate others...
Summary: I was looking for something to just fill in the bottom end that was very much lacking after I upgraded the stereo. This fit with no issues under the drivers seat. I used the hook side of Velcro to secure it to the rug. I ran the controller into the glove box.
Summary: Got this to put under the drivers' seat of my '99 Wrangler because I wanted the room. I had two 10" subs with a monster amp in the rear for 13 years, and needed room for my road bike. Bike racks are not friendly to carbon fiber frames :-).
... seat in an early model 911 and it works beautifully easily adds enough bass to the 5
Amazon Customer, Amazon
12 January 2015
Summary: I installed this under the seat in an early model 911 and it works beautifully easily adds enough bass to the 5.25" door speakers to make it sound nice when I'm not listening to the engine. Easy to install, good sound, and works well.
Summary: I would call this a woofer rather than a subwoofer. Nice fill out of the low end in '12 Jeep Wrangler-fits under the driver's seat perfectly! Remote is nice to tweak level of bass on different material. Loud enough to keep up with upgraded dash speakers and factory head unit.
Summary: I installed this under the driver’s seat of a 2006 Ford F150. It protrudes just a bit but overall is a good fit there. I wasn’t looking for a deep thumping bass effect, I simply wanted to add sufficient bass to enjoy classic rock, blues, jazz and occasional cancion ranchera music.