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I want to upgrade my speakers and add a little bass, but i don't want any space taken up in my car! Can i get an amp fitted under the passenger seat to power my set up and one of those "flat subs" fitted under my drivers seat? cheers!
 

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For example if i bought all this...

http://www.bassjunkies.com/your-car/vauxhall?model=196&item=8&year=4

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-pioneer-ts-e1702is_p-23137.htm

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-pioneer-ts-e1302i_p-23146.htm

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-kenwood-ksc-sw01_p-25624.htm

Could i take all this kit to a pro to be fitted and could he just fit the speakers as a direct replacement and use the amp built into the sub to amplify the whole system, basically would this all work together?
 

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those under seat subwoofer's arent really worth the money, you could get a small but decent boot build in your spare wheel well and that wouldnt be taking much room up, the amp wouldnt be able to power the whole system, only the sub, the speakers would need to be run from the head unit or a separate amp
 

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You can get a decent 4 channel amp, run 2 speakers off it and bridge the last 2 and connect the sub to them, that way you'd be using 1 amp for most assuming you don't have rear speakers and even if you do they don't necessarily make much difference amped as most of the sound you hear will be from the fronts. Only thing is if you're gonna get a quality sub you will need to run it on a separate amp but if you're gonna get a sub for the £50-100 mark then it'll run fine :) If you wanna get an under seat sub then you prob wanna spend a lot just cause the quality is really lacking on cheaper models, prob looking at about £200+ just for a decent one.
 
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