WootBot


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Bazooka Mobile Audio

It's time to get some bass up in this place! (Get it? Because it's "bass," which could refer to the low frequency sound, or the fish - you know, since most of these speakers are supposed to be used on boats - you know, never mind, forget it. Just go look at the speakers.)

firebirdude


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Passive tube means you'll need to provide your own amplifier to push it. Amplified means the amplifier is built into the tube. No, you cannot push a passive tube with the tiny amp built into your source unit.

Speaker inputs (often called High-level inputs) mean regular speaker wire inputs. Tie them to the speaker wire from an existing speaker in the car. Pre-amp inputs (often called low-level inputs) are RCA connections. You'll have to run RCA cables from your source unit (deck, head unit, radio, CD player, whatever you want to call it). Either of these style inputs just provide signal to the built-in amplifier.

And yes, you can install the marine equipment in your automobile.

alexrhoads


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Where is the Camo.......a player does not need to be scene in the woods.

bsmith1


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firebirdude wrote:Passive tube means you'll need to provide your own amplifier to push it. No, you cannot push a passive tube with the tiny amp built into your source unit.



The specs say the passive tube has recommended watts of 6 to 175. A lot of head units will have 18 watts RMS per channel. So you COULD just tie it into your existing speakers, but it wouldn't be very loud.