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Thread: Protecting subwoofers in the trunk

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    Do not forget to handle the Phase change 180 deg. after reverse mounted the sub.
    Just reminding. Sorry if somebody already mention it before.

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    What about the cone hitting the grill when you are pounding out the bass?
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    This is almost like bob^s grill but pre made for cheap Link . Had one of these on my old Brahma (28mm one way xmax) with 1100wrms and the cone never hit the grill.
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    Geelong - Australia
    Mine might hit the grille cloth thats covering the sub, but it goes no where near the bars. That isn't a problem as the cloth is very very stretchy.
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