Rear "sub". Has anyone put a full range speaker back there instead? (1 Viewer)

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Just trying to think of *some* use for that thing other than decoration or paperweight. I already have a basslink back there, so I don't need more bass.

I thought about just putting a full range/mid range speaker back there to get some extra sound from the rear. Thoughts?
 
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I did and could not tell from the front seat.
I could hear it from the 2nd row but I never sit back there.
If you are looking for bass you will not be able to tell.
Does not hurt though.
 
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Thanks for the replies.

Sounds like I might do it if I have an extra speaker lying around just for the back seat passengers enjoyment (I do some people hauling from time to time)...wasn't expecting miracles, but glad to see that some of tried.

Did you simply drop in a component speaker in the exact location of the stock sub using the stock wire and 'amp' ?
 
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you can give it a shot, but I believe that there is a filter on the line that cuts off any highs or mids going to the sub. That is if you are still running it through the stock setup.
 

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