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BOSS BASS1500 - Subwoofer (Activo, 900W, 20 - 50 Hz)
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Descripción del producto
Control de fase: Si
Entrada de línea: Si
Indicadores LED: Poder
Potencia RMS de subwoofer: 900W
Rango de frecuencias de subwoofer: 20 - 50 Hz
Sensibilidad del subwoofer: 12 Db
Subwoofer de potencia máxima: 1500W
Tamaño de controlador de subwoofer: 25,4 cm (10")
Tipo de subwoofer: Activo
entradas de línea (RCA): 1
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But I am a musician, an audiophile, and a modest guy. I just wanted some low-end, as only 70% of music can be heard without a subwoofer. It fills the lows and then some. You must mess with all of the adjustments before you see results! I was disappointed with the tone at first, but I was determined and now i have a rockin' set up. It was just what I was missing. This thing makes it a pleasure to drive. It is excellent build quality, it is sleek, it is pretty big but it is thin. Make a mock up of the dimension out of cardboard to see where it will fit in your car. Also, this is important. I suggest using 8-gauge wire. Though 4-gauge would probably be recommended for 1500watts, mine is running quite well on just 8 gauge. Do not use 10 or 12, you might blow a fuse or overheat the sub. The higher the gauge, the safer the set up.
Great product, I would easily buy another.
It took me about an hour and a half to install it because I'm rather meticulous and wanted everything just right. I pulled the door thresholds up and removed the interior panels so I could run the wiring along the floor to the radio and battery and still have the wiring completely hidden. I drilled a small hole in the floor under the seat so I could attach the ground wire to the frame with as short a wiring as possible.
When I got done everything worked just fine and the bass sound adds that low end punch I was looking for. I'm 63 and have no interest in rattling any windows, including my own. But I wanted a richer bass sound than my factory speakers could provide. I have a nice sound system in my house with a powered subwoofer so there was quite a difference moving CDs and tapes from the house system to my car until I installed the Boss BASS1500. Now I have almost the same quality sound in my car as I do in my house. The only improvement I could make now would be to replace the factory speakers with new ones and I don't see that happening. The sound is good enough now that expense is not warranted as far as I am concerned.
Some have rated this subwoofer pretty low for a variety of reasons but after reading all the other reviews I am convinced their problem is either not grounding the unit properly or some other wiring mistake or not taking the time to adjust the speaker after it was installed. I am completely satisfied with this subwoofer. It provides just the ummph I was looking for. Despite my Explorer's interior roominess, there is really very little space to install a subwoofer without taking up cargo space. This speaker fit the criteria just fine.
Since my car was already wired for a trunk setup installation was a breeze. I will have to address the power & ground gauge issue as they are a bit too thick for the screw-down clamps the BOSS uses and it was having a hard time getting a good bite on them. I followed the instructions and ran the remote up to the front and turned everything on. And got nothing.
Since I knew my wiring from the battery & head unit were good as the old system worked fine I poked around with the BOSS settings. It turns out you absolutely NEED the wired remote level control plugged in or the sub won't work. I repeat: YOU NEED THE REMOTE LEVEL CONTROL PLUGGED IN OTHERWISE THE SUB WILL NOT RESPOND TO THE HEAD UNIT.
Now, my problem was that it was plugged in fine. But since it didn't *click* into the sub it wasn't a solid connection. I gave it a slight tug and the sub thumped to life. This took all of 45min total from uninstalling my old gear, trimming wires and troubleshooting.
After that I quickly dialed in some settings and I have to say I'm impressed with what little I heard. It's obviously not going to be the heavy hitting setup like I had before, but I thought that was overkill anyway. It's almost exactly what I wanted for the low end sound and I imagine, with a little more tweaking & angling it to fire into the trunk instead of up at the hatch it'll sound perfect.
Played with it a little more over the weekend. Swapped the ends of the remote around and everything clicked into place perfectly fine. So that problem seemed solved. It is light on the bass still but I'm going to continue tweaking my system since the old setup was louder. Also going to take into account this sounds better after some breaking in.