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Old 01-02-2005, 08:30 PM   #1
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Are there any reliable Tube Subs out there? Like the size of a 2 liter coke bottle? Im kind of just looking for a little bump, nothing real serious and want to keep space in the trunk.
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the smallest i know of are those bazooka tubes. they come amplified and unamplified also
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the smallest i know of are those bazooka tubes. they come amplified and unamplified also

Ehh, are the unamplified subs any good?
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my friend used to have a tube sub wired up to his home stereo it sounded good to me but ive never heard one in a car but they have been around since the 80'* and their still around so the must be doing something right, the not gonna make ur car super loud but it should help in the bass area.
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for cheap bass they are Ok but dont expect much out of them
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umm dont go for it. not worth it if you want to bump. made more for mids and doesnt hit low notes well. if you wanna go for a small sub go for the infinity bass link. it has a built in amp and box. it hits lows better than most crappy tubes and puts out 200 watts. my dad has one in his truck its pretty nice for such a small unit.
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Ok, I will look at the Infinity. I just want a little something and want to keep space available.
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