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Sorry if I missed it, but are you running the BassLink along with the stock subwoofer, or instead of?
Added the Basslink to the stock system, so playing both.
 

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Just to give you guys more ideas, here’s my setup:

-10” JL W3
-Lc2i LOC
-JL XD600 amp

All concealed very nicely, and still allowing use of trunk.


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I like it. I might copy that for my wagon - IF I keep the factory head unit.


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Yea, I can imagine this sounding really good in a wagon since it’s a bigger space. The amp/sub setup I used is a bit overkill, since it’s so powerful, but sounds amazing.

From a scale of 1-10, I probably have the knob dialed to a 1, and that already provides all the bass I need.


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So although I am no audiophile, I just added a Rockford fosgate p300-10, basically their powered 10" boxed sub that people have mentioned before.

I just threw it (gently) into the rear cargo area, ran power / ground and spliced into the existing sub wiring harness.

It's easily powerful enough for any sane expectations for the wagon's volume and has nice features such as DC sense auto turn on (or a wired lead), a quick-disconnect for the connections and is relatively compact.

It sounds good enough I'm tempted to rip the enclosure apart and permanently mount it in the cubby.

$170 shipped give or take. All you need are power / ground wires.

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So although I am no audiophile, I just added a Rockford fosgate p300-10, basically their powered 10" boxed sub that people have mentioned before.

I just threw it (gently) into the rear cargo area, ran power / ground and spliced into the existing sub wiring harness.

It's easily powerful enough for any sane expectations for the wagon's volume and has nice features such as DC sense auto turn on (or a wired lead), a quick-disconnect for the connections and is relatively compact.

It sounds good enough I'm tempted to rip the enclosure apart and permanently mount it in the cubby.

$170 shipped give or take. All you need are power / ground wires.

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The p3 sounds good. That is what I have in my car. Have it powered by a 1000 watt Rockford Fosgate class D amp. Gives enough to impress but not too much where it looks like your trying too hard.
 

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Ya...best way to deal with it is wire a gain knob that you can adjust up to the center console or something. Or just deal with the bass reduction. It Still sounds better than stock.
Hi, if you used a bass knob, where did you install it, share pictures if you can, thanks.
 
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