Conclusion: The Bazooka powered sub has a good punch to it. Wiring is the hardest part of installing. It mounts simply, but you need to keep an eye on the nylon straps as they loosen when new. For the size, it does well.
Conclusion: The 250w 10" leaves a lot to be desired, like bass. It's mounted in the trunk of a Malibu, you hear it at low volume, but when turned up a past 1/4 volume it disappears. I bought the biggest, most powerful bazooka offered, paid cash, and feel like I got suckered.
classic 66 from chesapeake ,virginia, Sonic Electronix
17 September 2013
Conclusion: this product proved to be more than I bargained for , I put it in my 1966 chevy and have gotten nothing but good remarks as to it's sleek style ,rich sound the way it blended into the cars scheme.i enjoy each time I get to hear my old school music nice and loud yet clean.
Conclusion: I've hooked this up in a 2012 Scion IQ. I'm now considering trashing it for a custom built box. It is good for small spaces, which is why I bought it. However, the issues come in when any problems are experienced. I installed this myself and tried 3 different methods as listed in the documentation.
Conclusion: Even though I am approaching 70, I still like loud music with a good solid subwoofer sound without distortion. After reading reviews on a number of amplified subwoofer speakers, I selected Bazooka because of the fewer problem reviews.
Conclusion: This Bazooka bass tube is installed in my CX7. The sound is outstanding, and better than expected! The bass is really deep and powerful. Installation was easy. Only reason I gave 3 stars for durability is the bk came off, due to hard hitting bass I think, but nothing a little glue didnt fix and now...