Originally Posted by sandeep8088
Cool thanks for the reply. :)
Is Sub required? What i mean is i dont like the heavy sub sound to be heard outside. Is there a way to adjust the volume of the sub so that only required and less amount of sub sound is heard outside..?
4 channel amp to drive Components and Sub? And what about the rear co-axials. Is Amp required for them too?
Contrary to the belief that sub is all for boom-boom, a sub actually completes the human ear audible spectrum. Imagine a rainbow without one of it's color .
Just the same way any audible signal is complete if it has :
Higher freequency - We have tweeters for this
Medium freequency - We have midbass drivers for this
Lower freequency - Sub is for this.
Now, you can have lower freequency even from a 6x9 oval in the rear tray or a rear component set. But mind it that each of them cant reproduce lower freeq. just as a sub can do.
If you don't like your bass to be boomy/loud, go for a sealed box and tune the amp to lower gains so that sub gets less loud.
Do one thing, have the sub installed then when playing any song, from ghazal to hip-hop, just switch off the sub. you'll understand why I am advocating for the requirement of the sub.
Remember, for ICE, always believe your own ears.
P.S. - Stay away from anything that says SONY for car ICE.