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Subwoofers? can subwoofers be hooked up to dvd player without box?

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You can customize your subwoofers to fit anywhere in a vehicle but the science to getting your subwoofers to do its job is in the box. If you are trying to save space, theres plenty of boxes customized to get that science in your car and save you space. Or rid the idea of having a box and installing some updated 6x9's that'll do the job for ya at saving space and giving you the bass effect you want to hear as well..


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