Now we're cooking with Crisco!
2014 Ford Fusion
So, I had installed a Bazooka 8" with a 50 watt internal amp in my car as part of a complete audio upgrade and was less than completely satisfied with the results. After installing the BTA 10100, I am pretty close to thrilled with my upgrade. This is a far more powerful unit than what I had previously installed and I'm now able to fade back to my front channels and really put my Polk door speakers to work. I listen to a ton of hard rock but a little bit of everything is featured on my iPod and I'm able to get all the bass I care for with the gain on the Bazooka set at about 1/4. To be fair, I also have a set of Pioneer 6x9s in the rear deck, run by a 200-watt amp, that help out with lows but that doesn't minimize the fact that I now get a ton of bass that I can feel as well as hear since moving to the larger sub. My system will now exceed what I can physically tolerate.
Pros: "thump-a-licious" with plenty of power to spare. My kids are envious and my wife rolls her eyes! The optional remote allows my to ease off the pedal when playing songs that require it.
Cons: None come to mind, although a composite cone might be nice instead of the paper!