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Old 10-18-2011, 11:06 PM
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Bazooka tube BTA850FHC amplified at Cnd tire

OK first off I know , probably nobody on here buys any audio from canadan tire.BUT does anybody have any knowledge on these?
I like that they have the amp built in, these will fit under my rear seat of my 01 2500hd chevy and i have heard other bazookas(not amplified ones)but thought they were decent. Dont need the windows breaking out but want a kick to my sterio, can anybody offer any thoughts please?

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/brows....jsp?locale=en

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my friends used to have a 15 passenger can with a single 8 and it sounded great. also iirc the return policy's pretty good at crappy tire, if your not satisfied you could probably take it back (you can ask them before you make the purchase) a trucks got a lot smaller cab then a van so i think you'd be happy.

ps: you might wanna look around for what's available used (they have quite a few low profile subs out there with shallow mounting depth's) that price seems somewhat high for what it is
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my friends used to have a 15 passenger can with a single 8 and it sounded great. also iirc the return policy's pretty good at crappy tire, if your not satisfied you could probably take it back (you can ask them before you make the purchase) a trucks got a lot smaller cab then a van so i think you'd be happy.

ps: you might wanna look around for what's available used (they have quite a few low profile subs out there with shallow mounting depth's) that price seems somewhat high for what it is
crappy tire , ha, thats what i call it too, lol. Was it a bazooka tube your buddy had? Simliar to what i have posted from my link?
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future scraps has those too and they also have the 10" version if i remember right.
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pretty sure it wasn't a bazooka, hardly matters though there's some variation in subs, but what a prebuilt does anyone can build one to match with a wood box
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not sure what the new models are like, but way back in the late 80's and mid 90's I had bazooka brand bass tubes. two passive 10's in a hatchback stang, and later a single powered 10 in a 94 trunk stang. Both worked very well, kicked out plenty of bass, and sounded good with typical music. They are easy to move in and out of the car (what i needed at the time), light weight, and efficient...100 watts will get them shaking mirrors and such. If you can get them at a decent price, definitely worth it for a simple addition to your system. In the 94 stang, I added it to the mach 460 oem system and added 1" dome tweeters...it sounded pretty good.
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