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Old 12-30-2009, 01:49 PM
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I want to put a sub in my 88 ranger but i also want to be able to have people sit in the back too and idk what to do. If you have eny ideas or enything please feel free to tell me

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Infinity Basslink amp/sub combo. Pretty small.

Or take a look at these:
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And as Jay knows, I will back him up on the basslink!
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:34 PM
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And as Jay knows, I will back him up on the basslink!


Although in all honesty, of the powered subs, the Basslink is a little on the larger side - although still way smaller than a separate sub, enclosure, and amp could ever be. There are smaller ones in the link I posted, but of course the little guys won't pack nearly the same punch.

You can check out the dimensions for all the ones listed and decide what would work best for you. But the Basslink rocks.
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Thanks man i actually really like the basslink its small and pretty sweet lol im gonna start saving money for it. O yea btw i install stereo systems for people around town so if you know enyone let me know i need the extra money..........thanks
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You always have the option of building your own box. The bass link is nice and sounds great, but if you were to buy compnents and an amp, and build a box, you could get more power for $300. EX: my system cot about 240 and its 400w rms
If you have the skills to build your own box and tune your setup, I would still suggest that. Also, with building your own box, you may be able to utilize some space that the square basslink could not.
If you don't know: www.sonicelectronix.com is real cheap but carries high quality brands.
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I want to put a sub in my 88 ranger but i also want to be able to have people sit in the back too and idk what to do. If you have eny ideas or enything please feel free to tell me
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You always have the option of building your own box. The bass link is nice and sounds great, but if you were to buy compnents and an amp, and build a box, you could get more power for $300. EX: my system cot about 240 and its 400w rms
If you have the skills to build your own box and tune your setup, I would still suggest that. Also, with building your own box, you may be able to utilize some space that the square basslink could not.
If you don't know: www.sonicelectronix.com is real cheap but carries high quality brands.
I'm not saying it can't be done, but I haven't seen a properly sized enclosure for a 10" sub that's smaller than the Basslink. And depending on the amp size/location, that's going to eat up some real estate, too.
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how hard does the basslink hit compared to a 10" sub with <insert brand> amp with oh, 400w rms? If it hits any kind of decent, then it would seem to be a good option for me, but if it just rumbles like a bazooka tube or the like, I suppose I will have to do it the old fashioned way.
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I'm not saying it can't be done, but I haven't seen a properly sized enclosure for a 10" sub that's smaller than the Basslink. And depending on the amp size/location, that's going to eat up some real estate, too.
Just presenting another option, not opposition.
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