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I installed a Bazooka BTA8250D in my Mercedes sedan and I'm wondering if I should add a passive tube for a little more thump. If I do add a passive tube, do I need to match the tube size on the powered unit (8") or can I get a 10/12 inch passive tube for a little more extension?
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I installed a Bazooka BTA8250D in my Mercedes sedan and I'm wondering if I should add a passive tube for a little more thump. If I do add a passive tube, do I need to match the tube size on the powered unit (8") or can I get a 10/12 inch passive tube for a little more extension?
The BT8014 is the appropriate Tube for adding a slave unit to the BTA8250D.
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The BT8014 is the appropriate Tube for adding a slave unit to the BTA8250D.
So adding a 10" tube would not work? Or would it throw off the response? Or do I just not gain anything?
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So adding a 10" tube would not work? Or would it throw off the response? Or do I just not gain anything?
The units are designed to work together. http://www.bazooka.com/products/mobi...ified-Tube-P40

Features:
Patented Bass Tubes enclosure design
8” High efficiency woofer
Class D amplifier technology (200W RMS @ 4 Ohm / 275W RMS @2 Ohm)
Optional Speaker Output for a BT8014 Bass Tube
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