Its not as "boomy" I think, when compared to a box that fires either front or rear. The bass seems a little on the "tight" side (like I said, it will do rock music really well, with the bass drum being pretty clear and tight). That might also be due to the box being a sealed design. My crossover setup has the 6x9s crossed at 300Hz+ (A little high I know, but still alot of usable sound), with the box handling 200-40Hz and at 125 watts RMS, stereo mode. Later I am going to set it up for bridged mono to see how that sounds, and like I said before, I am also going to upgrade to another Hifonics to power the rest at a later time. I hope to be ready for the Spring Break Nationals here in Daytona Beach this comming spring, but I still have a ways to go yet...plan on rhino-lining the inside of the box and the trunk, seam-seal everywhere, and a few more neons and LEDs.
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1993 SSEi - FrankenJinx - dead and gone.
1994 SSE (136K strong) - 180* t-stat,HD alternator, most unequipped SSE on the club, XM radio, Kenwood CD/MP3.
2006 Chevy Malibu Maxx LTZ - Custom 2.25" manifold-back exhaust w/FM-80. Probably the only Maxx with this system.