Clarion MQ-SRV313 Car Slimline Active Subwoofer £59.99 @ Wilko Direct
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Clarion MQ-SRV313 Car Slimline Active Subwoofer £59.99 @ Wilko Direct

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Found 27th Jul 2011
Perfect under-seat subwoofer for those people who fancy adding a bit more bass to their car stereo, and don' want to fill their boot with amps and bass-boxes.

I've been looking for one of these for a while now, but this is a great offer, so I just ordered one. Only 6 units left in stock, and free delivery too (as it's over £50).

Don't expect earth-shattering bass from this unit, but it'll certainly add a lot of depth to any existing stereo system. Or why not order 2 and put one under both front seats! That'll be loud!

This is my first submission so apologies if I've messed up somewhere!
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Chavtastic!!!
mistersquiddy

Chavtastic!!!



er no, some of want decentish sound in their cars as we appreciate a decent sound system (which doesnt have to be loud by the way) - standard car stereos are appalling

having said that clarion are naff and this wont be great
royals

er no, some of want decentish sound in their cars as we appreciate a … er no, some of want decentish sound in their cars as we appreciate a decent sound system (



I've yet to hear an aftermarket sub that improves the overall sound quality of any car stereo system. They just make the bass louder.

If you're speakers are lacking in bass, this isn't the best way to improve it.
I have a theory, the bass reminds them of being in the womb...
weiran

I've yet to hear an aftermarket sub that improves the overall sound … I've yet to hear an aftermarket sub that improves the overall sound quality of any car stereo system. They just make the bass louder.If you're speakers are lacking in bass, this isn't the best way to improve it.




yes that is the pupose of a sub - well done

depends what music you listen to - subs improves dance music alot - but you to improve the whole system so its properly balanced (cars arent ideal for that)

Edited by: "royals" 27th Jul 2011
Cant beat the JL 13TW5 in my M-class
Cyrus

Cant beat the JL 13TW5 in my M-class



i bought a hertz 10in sub as its small form and fits in a small sub box - bass is more than ok, any more and you cant sit in the car - some guy pulled up in a bmw and had a boot full of subs - low vol was so loud you could feel the base in the shop 30 yards from his car - pointless as he couldnt sit in it!!
weiran

I've yet to hear an aftermarket sub that improves the overall sound … I've yet to hear an aftermarket sub that improves the overall sound quality of any car stereo system. They just make the bass louder.If you're speakers are lacking in bass, this isn't the best way to improve it.



lol, it isnt hard to improve a stock car stereo as they are appalling
Edited by: "royals" 27th Jul 2011
Heat from me, yes its not going be amazing but for me it will provide plenty of bass and its easy to wire in through the center console rather than messing with running cables all over the place, and I think this is the least chav option for bass as it only provides a bit and you can still get shopping in the boot!
mistersquiddy

Chavtastic!!!



"I is ownin' it, bruv. Well Chavtastic, yeah"
potatouk

Heat from me, yes its not going be amazing but for me it will provide … Heat from me, yes its not going be amazing but for me it will provide plenty of bass and its easy to wire in through the center console rather than messing with running cables all over the place, and I think this is the least chav option for bass as it only provides a bit and you can still get shopping in the boot!


Still need to run a power cable off the battery through the fire wall. I've found this to be the pain in the past, easiest part is pulling up the seals around the doors to run the cabling through to the boot. I had 2 10" Rockford Fosgate 400w rms each, then a JBL active tube, finally a Blaupunkt small active sub, getting quieter as I get older lol
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davej1710

"I is ownin' it, bruv. Well Chavtastic, yeah"



Bang tidy!
oddballjamie

Still need to run a power cable off the battery through the fire wall. … Still need to run a power cable off the battery through the fire wall. I've found this to be the pain in the past, easiest part is pulling up the seals around the doors to run the cabling through to the boot. I had 2 10" Rockford Fosgate 400w rms each, then a JBL active tube, finally a Blaupunkt small active sub, getting quieter as I get older lol



Same as me ive got a banging system in my car and i use to have it on full blast but now i sometimes don't even take my head unit out and when i do i have it on low. If your cars stock this wont be worth having at all and your stock stereo wont have pre amp leads anyway. I have a Panasonic head unit, in the front doors a pair on infinity components with cross overs, in the back i have a stealth shelf with a set of high power JBL's and a 15 inch pioneer sub in the boot but its one of the old ones that are a stupid amount of power something like 1200watts rms i also have 3 amps ones a Kicker class1 amp for the sub a fusion for the fronts and a JL audio amp for the rear. It was all professionally installed with massive gauge cable all made by Kicker and a massive Kicker fuse holder under the bonnet and oh yes a uprated battery.
polly69, shouldn't be a problem using this active sub on a stock stereo, just split the iginition cable off the back of the stereo and the split the rear speaker cables and use the speaker level inputs on the sub.
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