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Most of us love our music, but standard car stereo systems rarely offer the best sound – especially if you drive an older model.
Happily, there’s plenty of aftermarket options out there to help improve things, and an underseat subwoofer is perhaps one of the easiest solutions to get to grips with. In fact, not only are they relatively simple to install, but they’re also incredibly space efficient.
So, if you’re running a lightweight build, or if you simply enjoy having an uncompromised luggage area, small underseat options are probably the way to go.
Measuring just 280 x 70 x 200mm, Kenwood’s new KSC-PSW7EQ is a great example of this. Despite its diddy dimensions, the KSC-PSW7EQ packs a considerable punch in the bass department. In fact, the sub is 14% bigger than Kenwood’s previous offering in this market segment.
As a result, lower frequencies sound even deeper, while Kenwood’s clever ‘micro-step reinforcement’ minimises unwanted movement: something which can wreak havoc with audio reproduction.
So, with the heavier sounds taken care of by the underseat subwoofer, your car’s factory speakers can then solely focus on higher frequencies. That means they’ll sound clearer than ever before, giving you big overall quality gains.
To get the thing installed into your car, Kenwood’s built-in Class D amplifier simply needs to be hooked up to the existing speaker wiring. A 12v power source will then kick the subwoofer into life as soon as input is sensed from the speakers.
For extra guidance, check out the YouTube tutorial below:
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