If so, I have a few general questions...
1) I have 2 x 5.25" 3-way in the front and 2 x 6" 3-way in the back but the thing is still kinda lacking some semi-decent boom boom. I've given a used amp, 2 channels, bridgeable. I just need the subs. But since I'm broke as always, would I be OK by just getting ONE sub and bridging it? Is it a heck of a difference from 2 subs (left and right) to just one bridged sub? I don't wanna make the neighborhood vibrate... just make my own jewels jump a little bit.
2) What's the importance of the speakers positive and negative terminals? If I connect them backwards it sounds kinda the same to mah. Please enlighten me.
3) The 4 speakers I have at the moment sound OK at low volume but at high volume the lows get really distorted and sounds like crap. If I add sub-woofer(s), should I get some other equipment to prevent the low frequencies from reaching the rest of the speakers? a crossover thingy, a sound processor or what?
4) With the recent sound upgrades I can now easily tell when an MP3 is 128 bit or 256 bit. In before, they all sounded just as crappy (not an actual question, just wanna hear your comments on this).
5) What should be the minimum diameter, even for a cheapo sub-woofer, to produce any semi-decent vibration in the jewels? 10 inches ok? 12?
6) What's the importance of the sub-woofer enclosure? Why can't you just bolt the thing somewhere in the trunk? Is it just for the looks, or does it makes an actual difference in sound quality?