Summary: I am using the stock radio with a Rockford Fosgate T1000-1bd amp running at 4 ohms which is 350W, and it sounds really good. If you want to add some nice bass then this product does it very well. The neighbors still hear you coming, you're just not knocking down their pictures.
Summary: I just recently just installed this for my car and it was nothing i was expecting for a tube it hits louder than what i thought even my installer was surprised as well, if you want good and deep bass i highly recommend this product hits all the beats!!!!
Summary: Good clean sounding bass and responsive. Keeps up with most of music I play. If your looking for rich, deep bass within the cab an open vehicle it gets the job done. If your looking to rattle pictures off walls going thru a neighborhood or set off car alarms; this is not for you.
Conclusion: The key is to install this properly in your trunk with the sub facing towards the license plate and have the right amount of power. Nice, tight bass that will accommodate any kind of music you like! If you are going for waking up neighbors and setting car alarms off then obviously get a stronger setup but for clean, loud bass in your car you will not be disappointed
Summary: This bazooka takes up much less space in my trunk than my old 12" box enclosure. Im running a 200 watt amp but I love that this thing can handle up to 500 watts rms if I ever want to really crank it up. The sale price was great, no complaints here !
Not Plug And Play, But Excellent If You Have A Little Knowledge
A. L. Green "Child of Good", Amazon
7 August 2013
Summary: I chose this Bazooka sub months ago. I chose it because it came loaded with a 10-Inch Woofer (can't possibly do 6.5 nor 8" sub...the size is too close to my 6.5" door speakers...seems like a violation of sorts to get a subwoofer the same size as my woofers...maybe it's just me). Initially, I had it hooked up in parallel to the subwoofer output of my stock headunit.