How to Maximize the Bass of a 6x9 Subwoofer
The idea behind making a 6X9 subwooferput out the maximum possible bass is no different than any other subwoofer. The major advantage of a 6X9 subwoofer is its small size.
Step 1: Quality Enclosure Box
Make sure that you buy the right enclosures for your subwoofers. The enclosures are one of the most important parts of the 6X9 subwoofer set up. They need to provide just the right amount of air space for the 6X9 subwoofers to push.
It is suggested that you buy or build a high quality wooden enclosure to place your subwoofers, which has no panel gaps. Ensure that the size is correct and subwoofers fits in them correctly. Also, make sure that the box has a port hole of appropriate size. The speakers will throw away large amount of air so a port hole is quiet a necessity.
Step 2: Make sure that you have Enough Room to Install the Enclosures
One advantage of using a 6X9 subwoofer is that it doesn't take a huge enclosure to make the subwoofer perform the way that it's supposed to. If you are working with limited space, a 6X9 subwoofer might be just what you are looking for.
This is still one of the important steps in the process. The better you position the subwoofers, the better they will sound. They work great in small cars where you don't want to spend a lot of time modifying the car to make things fit.
So, finalize a location accordingly. To get a better bass, you can plan to place the subwoofers behind the back seats and link them to amplifiers.
Step 3: Install the Subwoofer
You can read the steps to install subwoofer at our website. The link for the same is here.
Step 4: Match Your Components and do not Overpower Your Subwoofers
When you decide that you want to add subwoofers, it also means that you will be adding outer components to your system, and you need to match the other components to your 6X9 subwoofer.
One of the things that you will for sure be adding is an amplifier, and this needs to be matched to your 6X9 subwoofers. You want the amp to put out less Watts than your speaker are rated for. But before you go on to install an amplifier, check whether the subwoofer has per installed amplifier or does it require an external amplifier.
If the subwoofer allows you to add external amplifier, install it and connect it to the subwoofer.
It is very important that you use the right size of cable for your amps and your speakers. A lot of people try to save the money by getting the cheapest speaker cable and power and ground cable that they can. This is not a good idea if you are trying to get the most for your money.
You should always use the recommended sizes of cable and wiring for your particular system. The sizes of cable that you need will get thicker the farther you have to run the cable and wiring.
Once you follow the above steps, your 6x9 will produce bass of very high quality.