Video: Sound Ordnance Bass Bunkers
High-quality sub enclosures at a very reasonable price
Jo is a Virginia native who spent a couple of years writing for Crutchfield's car A/V team, covering a variety of products including speakers and subwoofers.
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Zak Billmeier grew up in southern Vermont and coastal Maine. After graduating from Mary Washington College with a Geography degree he still isn't sure quite what to do with, he eventually settled in the mountains of Central Virginia. He spends his free time chasing his daughter around, taking pictures, gardening and cooking. Zak traces the roots of his interest in electronic gadgets to the Casio wristwatch with a built-in calculator he received as a gift one year as a child. He joined Crutchfield's car A/V team in 2007.
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Sound Ordnance subwoofer enclosures, known as Bass Bunkers, are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to house most standard-sized woofers. This Crutchfield video gives you an up-close look at these high-quality sub boxes.
Zak: Today we're going to take a look at subwoofer enclosures from Sound Ordnance. And like other Sound Ordnance gear, this is a high-quality product at a reasonable price.
Jo: Sound Ordnance subwoofer enclosures, which we call Bass Bunkers, are available in most standard box sizes: 8-, 10-, 12-, 15-inch and also 6"x9"s.
Zak: And for 10 and 12 inch subs dual boxes are available for holding two subs.
Jo: These boxes can be sealed for deep, precise bass or ported for loud, boomy bass. These enclosures are well-built and durable. They're made from 5/8" medium-density fiberboard, or MDF. They are airtight and they have a reinforced construction.
Zak: You'll find spring-post terminals on the back making for an easy connection to the speaker wires coming from your amplifier. There's also 18 inches of speaker wire already connected on the inside which makes it easier to connect and install your subwoofer.
Jo: And all the boxes come with a one year warranty. To find out more about the boxes, go to crutchfield.com/SOboxes.
Zak: But really, when you're adding bass to your car's system, the first thing you should do is pick out the subwoofer that you want. Then we'll help you find the right box to put it in based on that choice. Also based on the kind of music that you listen to and how you listen to it.
Jo: You can talk to our advisors online via chat or e-mail.
Zak: Or give us a call at 1-800-555-9408.