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    Has anyone ever had a Bazooka for their sub. I am trying to conserve space and I am looking for someting small for a sub box. Do Bazooka's sound good or should I go with a regular sub. I am looking at JL Audio for all my speakers and I thought about going with a stealthbox for my sub, but I am just looking at other options. Thanks.

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    Bazooka tubes are ok but they will not give you what a 10 or 12 will in a box.. they are also bigger than maybe what you think. I had a dual 8 inch bazooka in my 86 IROC and it stretched the entire width of the car .. the bigger the speaker the bigger the cannon it uses..

    JL's are awesome .. I wouldnt buy anything other than a W6 or W7 .. the store will know what youre talking about if you askem .. but they are extremely over priced...

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    I have a 8" amplified bazooka in my CRX it sounds really good but dont expect to be booming down the street.

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    if you're looking to conserve space; make use of the little space you have. Get a stealth sub box from for the little nook in the rear t-top area. It holds any 10" sub and does a damn good job of delivering power w/out comprimising t-top space.

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    He's right. I have a 10 in one of the enclosures and it work's great. Doesn't take up as much room in the car either, and all in all isn't more expensive than a Bazooka. I've had a Bazooka in something else, and quite frankly it sucked (My standards may be a bit high in this area).

    I can still store my Tops in the trunk even after two AMPS mounted to the rear of the car!

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