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Has anyone placed a powered subwoofer in the trunk of a C4? I'm wondering if it is located close to the cabin filter it would produce a satisfactory audio experience without having to take up non-existent space in the passenger compartment. I'm not looking to blow the doors off.

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Has anyone placed a powered subwoofer in the trunk of a C4? I'm wondering if it is located close to the cabin filter it would produce a satisfactory audio experience without having to take up non-existent space in the passenger compartment. I'm not looking to blow the doors off.

I tried to put a sub in my C4 boot (trunk) but it doesnt work and it takes up room and I also have my kicker amp in there already with a false floor above it. I ended up putting a cut down sub tube on the back seat since I never use the seated area and my wind deflector is always setup so you dont see it anyway.

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Someone is doing an install where they port through the wall from the trunk into the cabin, mounting the sub in the trunk. Don't remember which company it was. There is also someone ( Aidesign? ) doing one that mounts on the front passenger floorboard. Nice looking piece and not terribly intrusive looking.

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Has anyone placed a powered subwoofer in the trunk of a C4? I'm wondering if it is located close to the cabin filter it would produce a satisfactory audio experience without having to take up non-existent space in the passenger compartment. I'm not looking to blow the doors off.

I tried to put a sub in my C4 boot (trunk) but it doesnt work and it takes up room and I also have my kicker amp in there already with a false floor above it. I ended up putting a cut down sub tube on the back seat since I never use the seated area and my wind deflector is always setup so you dont see it anyway.

I installed a 8" bazooka powered sub behind the back seats.....fits perfectly. Not to obvious either and install was quick. Definitely adds a bit of bass thump to the system.

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Has anyone placed a powered subwoofer in the trunk of a C4? I'm wondering if it is located close to the cabin filter it would produce a satisfactory audio experience without having to take up non-existent space in the passenger compartment. I'm not looking to blow the doors off.

I tried to put a sub in my C4 boot (trunk) but it doesnt work and it takes up room and I also have my kicker amp in there already with a false floor above it. I ended up putting a cut down sub tube on the back seat since I never use the seated area and my wind deflector is always setup so you dont see it anyway.

I installed a 8" bazooka powered sub behind the back seats.....fits perfectly. Not to obvious either and install was quick. Definitely adds a bit of bass thump to the system.

later

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I installed a 8" bazooka powered sub behind the back seats.....fits perfectly. Not to obvious either and install was quick. Definitely adds a bit of bass thump to the system.

later

How you get power to the subwoofer behind the rear seats?

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Had a custom shelf fitted behind the rear seats with two Genesis 6x9" Subs back there - powered from the head unit. Amp in the front luggage compartment powers the door speakers.

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