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GenuineXL 65-13-8-352-453 Subwoofer - Replaces OE Number 65-13-8-352-453
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  • 1995 - 2001 BMW 740iL All Submodels All Engines
  • 1995 - 2001 BMW 750iL All Submodels All Engines
  • 1995 - 2001 BMW 740i All Submodels All Engines
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Subwoofer Guides

How to Choose the Best Subwoofer to Liven Up Your Vehicle

Planning to drop the bass from your car's audio system? Well, do it right with a subwoofer! A subwoofer is a type of speaker that produces low-frequency sounds. If you're aiming to get the best listening experience while driving, then this is a valuable addition to your vehicle's entertainment system. Because of its low range of frequency, a subwoofer can make any music seem more realistic, even if it's not a song that has a sick beat. Choosing one that works best for your car and your music preferences can easily be done by keeping the following tips in mind:

Size does matter

A subwoofer comes in four common sizes. Here are the advantages and disadvantages that you should consider before deciding which one to get for your car:

  1. Eight-inch subwoofer: Since most vehicles come with an 8-inch subwoofer, choosing this size for your car makes the installation process easier for you to carry out. It doesn't take up too much space inside your car since it basically fits directly into the stock stereo system that you have. Compared to the other sizes available, this one also comes with a much more affordable price tag. On the downside, since this is just a small subwoofer, you shouldn't expect much from its performance. It may give better depth and clarity to your car's audio, but it doesn't really produce a good amount of bass.
  1. Ten-inch subwoofer: Being one of the most common sizes of aftermarket subwoofers, this one is a perfect choice if your someone who likes to play music from the country, alternative, and rock genres. A 10-inch subwoofer is also easy to install compared to its bigger counterparts. However, just like the 8-inch ones, this subwoofer size also doesn't produce extra bass.
  1. Twelve­-inch subwoofer: Among all the subwoofer sizes, the 12-inch one probably produces the best performance without compromising the sound quality or ease-of-installation. Compared to smaller subwoofers, this may be a bit big for small vehicle application, so make sure that your car has ample space to house it. Whether you're into rap songs or country music, the 12-inch subwoofer is sure to give you the best audio performance that you're looking for.
  1. Fifteen-inch subwoofer: Considered as the biggest size of subwoofer that's available in the market nowadays, this one is great for playing sounds that are rich in beats. Because it produces excessive amount of bass, the 15-inch subwoofer may compromise the sound quality of your audio system. It's also quite hard to install since it requires a lot of mounting space.

Other important factors to consider

More than just picking the right size to fit into your car, you also have to choose the best type of subwoofer that matches your needs. It comes in four types: component, enclose, powered, and vehicle-specific. If you're planning to buy the only speaker, then go for the component type. If you want one that's mounted in a box without an amplifier, then the enclose subwoofer is definitely the best choice. The powered subwoofer, on the other hand, comes with its own enclosure and amplifier, making it a great option for small mounting spaces. Lastly, the vehicle-specific subwoofers are your best bet if you're planning to fit it into various unlikely areas, such as the car door, for example.

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