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    changing the standard sub?

    Does anyone know if its possible to fit an uprated sub into the rear shelf of the A4? Since getting the RNS-e in my car the bass isnt as it used to be and I'd like to get just a bit more kick and clarity from it.

    Has anybody done this or know if its possible?
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    It is yes I fitted a jl audio 10w6 sub in my shelf and have not looked back you will need to put some dynomat on the underside of the shelf for the large difference in bass rattles the metal
    Funky

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    How did you do it? Do you still use the standard amp?
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    OUCH!!!! aren't they a £350-400 sub? i would be interested in this as i would like more bass from the bose system!

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    I bought my sub off fleabay £40 and i use an Alpine mono amp which sits nicely on one side of the back seat, helps if you have folding rear seats it worked out pretty cheeap doing it this way and the sound difference is awesome
    Funky

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUNKYCLIFF View Post
    I bought my sub off fleabay £40 and i use an Alpine mono amp which sits nicely on one side of the back seat, helps if you have folding rear seats it worked out pretty cheeap doing it this way and the sound difference is awesome
    have you got any pics of your set up?

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    i'll post some piccys tonight when i get home tonight
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