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Old 29th July 2004, 03:18 AM   #1
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I'd like to put a subwoofer in my 1998 Honda CR-V. As I understand it, I want a sealed woofer installation. I don't like booming bass to be heard all around, I'm looking for clean supplemental bass for speakers that really shouldn't go that low. My idea is to put one 8" or 10" in the trunk area floor. There is a weird cavernous space just under the carpet there. One of the CR-V trademarks is a picnic table that functions as a psuedo-floorboard for the trunk and the cavern is just under that. (I will have a picture soon). I calculate the volume to be roughly 1.45 cubic feet. I'm fairly new to the car stereo scene and I'd love to get some guidance/advice on where to go from here. Anyone willing to offer corrections or well anything at all please feel free and go right ahead. Thank you!
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Go with at least a 10 inch sub


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Old 29th July 2004, 03:57 AM   #3
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Thanks Jeff, can someone tell me how to attach pictures that the site says are too large to post? Thanks
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Thanks Jeff, can someone tell me how to attach pictures that the site says are too large to post? Thanks
You can either resize your pics to be under 1mb, or find a free host. I've used photobucket and its pretty good considering it's free. It formats the img tags for you, just upload, copy, paste.
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8" or 10" sub with sealed box
and install in the floor of rear deck.
This is the best for CR-V
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Images have to be under 100K and a certain dimension (IE..less than 800x600 or something) in order to attach....use Microsoft Paint...do image>stretch> 50% horizontal and vertical (or similar percentage). Then save as JPG.

I'd say go with a small ported enclosure, just make sure its ported well, like down to 30 or 40Hz. That way it won't be boomy, otherwise a sealed just won't reach that low effeciantly.


Is it an automatic or manual?? I had a B20B (97-98 CRV engine) in my Integra for a while...I liked the added torque
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