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Default What sub to buy???

Hey im not very informed on sound systems for a car, but I have a 2001 jetta and want to know what the best bazooka tube would be to put in it. I want to be able to hook it up to the stock amp. also i listen to mainly hip hop/ rap.
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Hey im not very informed on sound systems for a car, but I have a 2001 jetta and want to know what the best bazooka tube would be to put in it. I want to be able to hook it up to the stock amp. also i listen to mainly hip hop/ rap.
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There are several factors to take into consideration, such as, how to intergrate the factory amp to power the Tube, the space available and how much of that space you want to use. With that being said, you can never go wrong with a 10" Tube. However, you are most likely going to need a powered Tube and use your factory amplifier for a signal source.
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Default Re: What sub to buy???

Thankyou, I am not very limited on space, I have the whole trunk. Also what model of 10 inch tube should i get? there are so many
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Default Re: What sub to buy???

If you are only wanting to go with a single subwoofer and your factory stereo amp use the BTA10100. If you are wanting something that you will be able to use if you upgrade the factory stereo amp. Then go with a BTA10250D with the passive BT1014 slaved to the optional subwoofer output.
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