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Putting Subs in my 2007 Accord

Old 09-18-2007, 09:15 PM
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ORIGINAL: jgaynes

I just got an 07 Accord. I want some subs that will shake my car (I love the feeling/sound of bass). I was wondering if I could just by subs with a box and install them, or if I need a different head unit. If so what is the easiest way to put a head unit in the car with out messing things up.
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Old 09-18-2007, 10:37 PM
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the cleansweep and the rockford fosgate are for quality sound and are pretty pricey. it sounds like youre just looking for car shaking bass. in that case you can probably just get a line converter hooked up to the rear speaker wires for rca outputs. and you need to run power wires for your amp.
Old 09-19-2007, 12:04 AM
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what kinda budget are u lookin at for sub(s) and amp(s)? (and remember the morepower u get, then that means u need to upgraded ur electrical system also...i.e. battery, alternator, factory wiring)
Old 09-19-2007, 06:26 PM
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Default RE: Putting Subs in my 2007 Accord

If youre just wanting some bass and arent really looking into or interested in upgrading your entire system, there are quite a few inexpensive options for ya.

For one, you can run down to Circuit City and pick out any of their premade boxes thatll fit inside your trunk. Then you can buy any one of a number of amps that accept speaker level inputs. Circuit City or Best Buy can install these for you with no problem.

There are also powered subwoofer boxes by brands like MTX and Infinity but the ones with any real power are $300 +.
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