This is a discussion on OEM Subwoofer wiring within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; Originally Posted by MainFrame I've had first hand experience with three OEM Subaru subs, and the only place I would ...
Sounds good. Normally when you deal with speakers for reference, they are known as +/-. If you say power/ground for each speaker, people get even more confused due to the number of power wires.
Keep an eye on it, I doubt it draws that much power, but without running a dedicated power line, you never know.
Personally I think it sounds pretty good, and I'm pretty picky (not about thumping bass, moreso about quality blend).
The miata is a small car so it doesn't take much power to get good volume. With the top down it's a little weak, but I can always turn it up. It's certainly better than before, and I wasn't willing to sacrifice what little space the car has. This was a good compromise.
2003 Silver Pontiac Vibe (sold)
1990 Red Miata on Megasquirt3, soon to be getting the stock turbo off the WRX
2002 Silver WRX sedan, Full Exhaust, 16G, Cobb AP self-tuned on E85 (work in progress)
1986 Chevy K20, 350 4x4 on Megasquirt. Brings the car home when it breaks.
Future cars? Too many to list.