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Old 7th March 2013, 07:40 PM   #1
solly98 is offline solly98  United States
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I built a boombox out of some wood and the fallowing electronics.: Lepai 2020 amp, 2x TS-G4644R - 4" x 6" 2-Way Speaker | Pioneer Electronics USA , and a lead acid battery. I love it so far.
I do have some free space on the front of the boom box which is 8x4.5 inches. should i put another speaker there?....how would i hook that up? Also could i put a sub there? Im not very techy so could i just wire it up with one of the other speakers?
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