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Old 03-03-2004, 04:21 AM   #11
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same with the trunk with the 3 JL's
It looks nice but there is one negative factor about that setup. The subs are facing upwards. The problem there is that the bass won't be as good as a setup that has them facing towards you when you open the trunk. When the Subs move air, the air that the subs move bounces off the objects infront of them and goes in the opposite direction. In this situation it will just be going up and down, up and down hitting the roof of the trunk, and not bouncing into the car all too well. You'll still get bass, but not as much as the setup where they are facing towards you when you open the trunk. If it was setup facing someone when they open the trunk then it would bounce the air back into the car making it sound louder and more bassy.
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