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fitting subwoofer with built in amp to RNS-E (non-bose)

Discussion in 'Retrofit' started by 8900120d, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. 8900120d

    8900120d New Member

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    hi, im a total noob when it comes to sound systems, i have an audi a3 2010 with an rns-e satnav, im looking to buy this:
    Halfords | VIBE Optisound Auto 8 Active Underseat Subwoofer Enclosure

    its an underseat subwoofer with an amp built in.

    but im confused on how i will connect it up to the rns-e as it doesnt have rca connections at the back.

    any ideas on how i will wire this? do i have to disconnect the rns-e amp?

    thnx :)
     
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  3. cocain

    cocain RAA RAA like a dungeon dragon!

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    Search for Andymac on here and message him he'll know.
    Although I'm not sure if this sub is a good choice. Yes it's good as you are a novice at sound systems but I don't think that will sound that good. you'd be better off gettin a stealth box and and amp in the long run. A little more work but probably sound a lot better.
    Or if you have time make a fiberglass box in the area where your spare wheel goes. Then measure the air space available, and buy a subwoffer that is designed for that air space. Yes it does take a little time but there are tonnes of tutorials on how to do it and it's not really that hard just a little patience. I was in your postition once and thought exactly the same about getting an underseat compact sub. Glad I didn't bother and went the other route.
     

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