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I bought my car from my best friend and about two years he broke down and put rockford fosgates all around 6x8 for fronts 6x9 rears and tweeters on the tops of the doors that acually was an easy install but I am going crazy got a Power 851 4 channel for those then a Power 1501 bd to run a pair of 12" P3s that brings up a question I need help fitting the subs in the car it is a convertible and if anyone has pics of boxes or locations post them please thanks

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I've mostly only seen sub boxes in the trunk directly behind the rear seats.That being said, that could be a challenge with a convertible.
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I would say get a stealth box or a custom fabbed box, most people put it faced towards the rear of the trunk as far back in the trunk as they can, the stealth box mounts them aimed towards the sides and flush with the trunk but i dont know if they have a version for 12's or the fitment in a vert.

You bes bet is to buy some MDF board and make your own, its actually not too expensive.

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They can also be mounted without a box, but the sound is not as clear and accurated as it could be, you lose some lower-end bass, and it leaves them out in the open to be damaged by cargo you may carry.

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