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    Cabriolet subwoofer set up

    So I've thrown a Vibe CBR12 EVO sub and amp enclosure in the boot but the bass isn't great outside the car, inside isn't bad inside but I was wondering if anyone had any advice, i.e is it worth pulling the centre out the seats and putting the port to the space so it's facing into the car or are cabs just no good for bass??
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    Oh here we go he has started LOL

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    why do you want good bass outside the car. an install is for the people inside the car not the people outside.
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    Same reason you want nice looking paint on the outside of your car and not just a nice interior

    Anyway doesn't matter now I'm just gonna extend the wires and turn the sub's port to face through the middle of the seats then get some crossovers on front and rear speakers so I can turn the stereo up louder without them being the weakest link and distorting hopefully that'll put some bass about abit
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