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JBL GT BassPro 12" Subwoofer with Enclosure Refurbished for $150 + FS

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Bought it brand new last year at amazon for the same price. Currently in my minivan. Size is perfect. Sound quality is pretty good too.
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150 rms
In case you were wondering.
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Bout mine (refurb)from jbl about 8 months ago for $99 shipped
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And love it
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150 rms
In case you were wondering.
Not bad. Should give you a clean bass. Tempting, i cant not see wheter a power cable and audio cables need to be installed.
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Not a good deal, if people dont waste $150 on them now, they will be $99 shipped in another month.
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Not bad. Should give you a clean bass. Tempting, i cant not see wheter a power cable and audio cables need to be installed.
Looks like you have the option of doing RCA or speaker line input. If you the speaker line level input you dont need a remote cable, but it seems like you need to tap into two speakers.
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Looks like you have the option of doing RCA or speaker line input. If you the speaker line level input you dont need a remote cable, but it seems like you need to tap into two speakers.
And yes for power, it's a powered subwoofer, you will need to run power and ground cable to the amp
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Fair price.

If you don't know how to install audio gear add $125+ for a pro to do it.
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As always, make sure you use decent wire to hook up power and ground. This means TRUE SPEC wire gauge. Not some cheapo brand that advertises 8 gauge, the outside looks 8 gauge, then you strip back the insulation and see it's barely 12 gauge. This also means FULL OXYGEN FREE COPPER. Cheap kits cut their wire with less conductive aluminum to save cost. Aluminum cannot carry the same amount of current copper can.

For something like this, if your battery is under the hood, you'll want to use 10AWG OFC wire with a fuse within 18" of the battery. If your battery is in the trunk, then you *could* get away with 12AWG OFC, as the length of the run is much much shorter. Again, fuse within 18" of the battery.

If you're using the speaker level inputs, here's a decent kit:
https://www.amazon.com/Rockford-A...10+awg+kit

If you're using low level (RCA) inputs, then here ya go:
https://www.amazon.com/Rockford-A...10+awg+kit

Do NOT buy the Boss Audio kit, Lightning Audio kit, KCT kit, InstallGear kit, any kit that advertises CCA or Aluminum or really any kit that you aren't 100% sure is pure copper and full AWG spec. Best case scenario you have subpar performance, worst case is it catches on fire and burns your car to the frame. Not a joke.
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As always, make sure you use decent wire to hook up power and ground. This means TRUE SPEC wire gauge. Not some cheapo brand that advertises 8 gauge, the outside looks 8 gauge, then you strip back the insulation and see it's barely 12 gauge. This also means FULL OXYGEN FREE COPPER. Cheap kits cut their wire with less conductive aluminum to save cost. Aluminum cannot carry the same amount of current copper can.

For something like this, if your battery is under the hood, you'll want to use 10AWG OFC wire with a fuse within 18" of the battery. If your battery is in the trunk, then you *could* get away with 12AWG OFC, as the length of the run is much much shorter. Again, fuse within 18" of the battery.

If you're using the speaker level inputs, here's a decent kit:
https://www.amazon.com/Rockford-A...10+awg+kit

If you're using low level (RCA) inputs, then here ya go:
https://www.amazon.com/Rockford-A...10+awg+kit

Do NOT buy the Boss Audio kit, Lightning Audio kit, KCT kit, InstallGear kit, any kit that advertises CCA or Aluminum or really any kit that you aren't 100% sure is pure copper and full AWG spec. Best case scenario you have subpar performance, worst case is it catches on fire and burns your car to the frame. Not a joke.
I've seen it happen. My friend's car totaled in the parking lot of a fire station. You can't afford cheap wiring.
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Hold out for a price drop, I got this for $99 back in fall also
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Bought a couple of these for 100 in fall. They offer clean, deep sound and are surprisingly loud for 150Wrms. The response goes down into the 30hz range while giving a tight, punchy upper end. Better then I expected for the small box size and amplifier output. Hookup is super-easy with RCA or high-level inputs that splice into speaker wires. Impressive budget package..but they DO sell for less than this. GL and rock on Smilie
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Local stereo shop wanted 275 to install this in a crew cab f150
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