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Alpine PWE-S8-WRA

Compact powered subwoofer designed for 2011-up Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited models

Item # 500PWES8WR

Whether you're on- or off-road, there's one thing that's missing from your Wrangler Unlimited: deep, accurate bass.

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Whether you're on- or off-road, there's one thing that's missing from your Wrangler Unlimited: deep, accurate bass.

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About the Alpine PWE-S8-WRA

Bass for your Wrangler

Whether you're on- or off-road, there's one thing that's missing from your Wrangler Unlimited: deep, accurate bass. Alpine's PWE-S8-WRA compact powered subwoofer installs neatly under your driver's seat so you can add bass without losing any space.

Bass for your Wrangler

Whether you're on- or off-road, there's one thing that's missing from your Wrangler Unlimited: deep, accurate bass. Alpine's PWE-S8-WRA compact powered subwoofer installs neatly under your driver's seat so you can add bass without losing any space.

Compact design

The PWE-S8-WRA features an 8" sub powered by a built-in 120-watt amplifier, all housed in a compact enclosure which mounts under your seat with the included brackets. The package also includes plug-and-play wiring harnesses to connect this Alpine sub to the Wrangler's factory or aftermarket radio.

Bass control

You can adjust phase, gain, and the low-pass crossover to tailor the bass to your tastes. You can mount the sub's wired remote on your dash, so you can make easy level adjustments from the driver's seat.

Rugged enclosure

The cast-aluminum enclosure protects the sub and amp from rough on- and off-road conditions. It'll stand up to a thumping and keep on bumping. (Note: this sub only works with Wrangler Unlimited models without a factory sub.)

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Product highlights:

  • powered subwoofer with cast aluminum enclosure
  • 8" woofer high-excursion cone
  • built-in Class D amplifier (120 watts RMS/240 watts peak)
  • designed for 4-door Wrangler Unlimited models without factory subs
  • frequency response: 32-150 Hz
  • variable low-pass crossover (80-200 Hz)
  • variable phase control (0-180 degrees)
  • dimensions: 13-1/2"W x 9"H x 3"D
  • warranty: 3 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # PWE-S8-WRA

What's in the box:

  • Amplified enclosure with one 8" subwoofer installed
  • 80" Wiring harness (Power/ Ground/ Speaker level input)
  • Wrangler radio T-Harness (with in-line fuseholder)
  • Two 15 amp ATO fuses (one installed in the power wire fuse holder/ 1 spare)
  • Remote level control with 15' cable attached (3.5mm mini-plug on the end)
  • Adhesive backed hook and loop mounting fasteners (to mount the remote)
  • 2 Wrangler mounting brackets
  • Eight M4x10mm Machine screws (each with a flat washer and split lock washer)
  • Four M6x10mm Machine screws
  • Fifteen 7" Zip ties
  • Installation instructions
  • Owner's manual (English/ French/ Spanish)
  • Warranty information
  • On-line product registration information
  • System installation notice

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Crutchfield customer from Ft Leavnwrth, KS on 6/24/2019

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (JK)

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Love our wiifer, but installation instructions were minimal.

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Crutchfield customer from Lafayette, IN on 5/9/2018

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Good bass but not really designed well to go under a seat. If you want just enough bass to sound decent don't get this. It makes for an uncomfortable ride because it shakes your whole bottom while driving. Definitely should have invested in the sub that installs in the rear.

Pros: Good bass

Cons: Shakes your seat so bad while driving and cannot turn down to a low level to actual even hear or feel

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It's a Bass in a Jeep...

Mark from Omaha, NE on 4/20/2018

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Overall a decent bass solution for a Jeep - though a little expensive. Didn't want to have something in the back pointing out, sideways or down. The install was simple, but took a little time having to take the seat out as well as the radio. The bass sound is effective, but that is grading on a scale bc it is in a Jeep which isn't designed for acoustics. The sound isn't as warm or full cabin as my other cars. And if you turn it up loud you really notice the seat vibrating - not just on your butt, but your back - which feels kind of gimmicky and distracting. I have other vehicles that have subs under the seats and none of them come close to the vibration you get out of this unit. I wish there was a better mounting system that got it a little farther away from the bottom of the seat. I have an aftermarket radio - Sony XAV 100 and kicker speakers. That said, I'm satisfied with the unit and found a happy medium of warmth vs vibration. If you want to have some fun with it, do the install, turn the bass knob all the way up, have your spouse sit in the seat and play "Sorry" by Demi Lavato. You'll get the eye-roll of the year when the bass kicks in...

Pros: Good range for bass Easy Install with adapters

Cons: Noticeable vibration on seat Price

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Crutchfield customer from Lutz, FL on 1/22/2018

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Easy to install and add some much needed boom to the Jeep!

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Worth every penny.

John from Midlothian, VA on 1/18/2018

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Great sound...love the bass control knob. Fits perfect on Jeep Wranglers. Be aware that there is certainly some effort involved in installing: removing seat, removing factory plates, figuring the alignment of new brackets, and routing cables under carpet. But in the end certainly worth the effort.

Pros: Under seat, takes little space. Easy hookup at dash. Factory like fit. Great sound for its size.

Cons: Time consuming install.

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Crutchfield customer from Alexandria, VA on 12/19/2017

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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The single greatest sound upgrade I've made to my Jeep. Really makes everything sound so much better. I highly recommend. Easy install!!

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Alpine is the best

Crutchfield customer from Quincy, MA on 10/5/2017

2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Had the unit installed professionally and it sounds great! This sub is more than enough bass for my 2013 JKU Wrangler. I was considering getting a cheaper subwoofer amp combo but I am extremely happy with the alpine especially since it fits into the seat and is off the floor just in case my jeep gets wet with the top off. I can turn it up and make the mirrors shake or turn it down and have a nice balanced sound. If you are considering this for a jeep don't waste time buy.

Pros: Great sound Hard hitting bass Great fit

Cons: A little pricey for the custom mounts but you get what you pay for. No complaints

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Easy Bass!

Bob from Grand Junction, CO on 8/10/2017

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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This is an extremely easy way to add some much need bass to my Wrangler. Basic tools and mechanical knowledge is all you need.

Pros: Very easy install, if you are able to remove your front seat by yourself.

Cons: A little pricey, but not too bad considering the engineering that went into to it to make it plug and play.

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Bill from Forest Hill MD on 7/11/2017

2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Easy to install..good directions...much needed bass to my stock head unit..

Pros: Ease of installation

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Crutchfield customer from Birmingham, AL on 6/5/2017

2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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The Alpine was very easy to install and being mounted to the under side of the drivers seat keeps it hidden and off the floor so weather won't affect it. The performance and sound is outstanding, especially for the size. Very happy with this purchase.

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Big sound, small profile

Damian from Clearwater,FL on 5/16/2017

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Installed easily. This thing hits way harder than I ever thought it would. I have to turn it down to less than half way most of the time. Fits perfectly under my driver seat in my 2016 jeep wrangler.

Pros: Small, easily concealed, brackets keep it secured in place and off the floor, sounds great!

Cons: A little pricey. There are other alpine subs that arr very similar without the brackets for much less money

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The missing piece for your stock system...perhaps.

Badger from Spangdahlem, Germany on 5/9/2017

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Way more powerful than I thought it would be! Lots of boom for something so small. Class D amps with quality speakers will do that for you. The stock system is missing the bass which is included in the alpine package option. The only downside will be if you don't enjoy a vibrating seat(your sitting right above the woofer). If you vehicle's sound needs balancing, I suggest buying some aftermarket components. The factory ones aren't too terrible but can sound a little off with the new subwoofer. If you just wanted a little more bass, this might not be for you either. The bass level is much higher than a typical small shallow subwoofer. It's clean, filling, and just right for me though. I'm used to the vibrations from previous installs in other vehicles. Make sure you have the proper tools before installing. Tight fits prevent higher mounted sockets from reaching under the seat. The seat takes some time if you don't have power tools to muscles out the bolts. The drill is necessary to widen the brackets. You can mess things up if you try and force stuff(screws) down there. Check the pros and cons. It may or may not be what you are looking for. At least people won't be able to see where the bass is coming from!

Pros: Class D amplifier High performance/great sound for a smaller subwoofer No wire cutting/splicing

Cons: Seat vibrates at higher levels at operation Drill and other tools are needed for seat removal/install

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Lee from Hyattsville, MD on 4/9/2017

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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So disappointed. This system almost killed my speakers. Very distorted. The technician was never able to balance the sound so it wouldn't rattle my speakers. Not to mention the very uncomfortable vibrations under the seat. Maybe for a person who appreciates a lot of rumble.

Pros: Compact.

Cons: Price! If not toned and balanced appropriately you will damage your speakers.

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Good sound, but....

Kurt from Cedar Park, TX on 3/30/2017

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Sounds great and the wiring harness couldn't be more plug an play. Loses one star because the mounting bracket is not directly compatible with the 2017 seat. I had to drill new holes in order to mount them to the seat frame.

Pros: Good sound in a small package, wiring harness is perfectly plug and play.

Cons: Says it is for 2011 and up but I had to drill the brackets to mount the sub under the seat.

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Amazing bass

Tom from Warwick, NY on 2/21/2017

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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After reading the other reviews on hereon your site I decided to give this powered sub a shot. Well it amazed me, it fits perfectly under the seat in my new Rubicon and sounds amazing. This little bundle packs a heck of a punch. Thanks everyone at Crutchfield. I've been buying equipment from you for about 20 years and I have never been disappointed. All the staff are awesome and will help me with any issue 100%. Great Job !!!!!!

Pros: you always get everything you need

Cons: really none , just be patient and follow the directions, this will take a little more time than the average sub install, seat must be removed, but it works like a charm!!

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Nice "hidden" sub option. Great sound for a small unit.

Jeremy from Martinsburg, WV on 2/19/2017

2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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What swayed me to replace a nice compact powered sub I had under my driver's seat with this Alpine was the custom Wrangler JKU specific brackets that mount the sub up off the floor between the seat rails and still enable you to pull the carpet easily should it get damp and you need to remove it. :) It's a Jeep thing. I'm impressed with the "overall package" this is. The sub mounting brackets are spot on, and a precise fit between the seat rails. It leaves several inches of space between the sub and the floor of the Jeep. The included wiring harness is very nice. If you're planning on running RCA's back to your sub from an aftermarket H/U, you'll have to run a remote turn on lead from the H/U back to the sub as well, but there is already a 6" or so remote turn on lead "pigtail" coming from the end of the harness that plugs into the sub to connect to. Sound quality and output of the sub is impressive for a compact unit. I'm still "dialing things in" with my sound settings, but the secure mount to the seat frame ties the sub into the structure of the Jeep well and an impressive amount of low resonance is felt coming from one 8" sub in a very small box. In a nutshell, If you're looking for a sub of this nature, it's money well spent. Easy integration for a factory system that doesn't presently have a sub or to an aftermarket system where you don't want a sub box taking up any space in your cargo area and/or want a sub that's "out of sight" for security reasons.

Pros: Sound quality. small size. Custom Jeep JKU specific harness and mounting brackets.

Cons: None really. Install may be a little more "involved" than some want (removal of seat to mount sub between seat rails), but is by no means hard. But it's well worth it for the final outcome.

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Great bump for the lump

Crutchfield customer from Caruthersville, MO on 2/11/2017

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Dynamite in a small package. This thing is impressive. I had to drill out the holes larger than the instructions indicated as well as drill out 2 holes on the opposite rail but it's still a relatively clean install.

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Game Changer

Mark from Portland, OR on 12/20/2016

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GAME CHANGER ! This slim underseat mounted subwoofer has made the ordinary extraordinary. I didn't have very high expectations of a small sub that appeared from the stats to be running with less power than its competition, but I am blown away by the performance. The reason I chose the Alpine PWE-S8 was for the Jeep Wrangler specific model PWE-S8_WRA that is a plug and play setup that has custom fabricated mounts that attach the seat bracket and not on the floor. This keeps the unit out of harms way if your jeep gets wet off road or unintentionally left out in the rain topless. Also, the t-harness that connects to the factory stereo also means no splicing of speaker wires or wiring through the firewall for battery power. That is what sold me. Between the easy installation and the exceptional instructions provided by Crutchfield I had this installed and running in just over an hour, including the seat removal and re-installation. What made me write the review though is the amount of bass this unit puts out and how well it compliments the factory stereo with kicker dash and soundbar speakers in my 2015 Jeep. With the sub mounted to your seat, the sound and resonance is directly transferred with the driver receiving the direct benefit. The best benefit is the great sound without shaking the cars next to you and drawing attention to your topless vehicle you are about to leave unattended in the parking lot as you shop, see a movie, eat dinner, or whatever. This is a 9 month update from my first Game Changer review. Less than 6 months in I noticed less punch from the sub. This was due to a failure in the door side bracket that left the unit hanging from the console side bracket and bouncing around. Crutchfield warranties the product immediately and supplied the best customer service I have seen in a long time. The new bracket was to me in less than 3 days. Once installed the punch was back as the unit was securely mounted to the seat. This solid connection makes a ton of difference. However, 2 months later it started to rattle something fierce. After close inspection, the replacement bracket was failing again, cracked at the front mount of the door side, and within a week of turning the gain way down to effectively turn off the sub , the rear mount of the door side bracket failed as well causing the unit to hang like it did the first time the original bracket failed. Not wanting to bug Crutchfield again, I went directly to Alpine, who promptly and rudely told me that I was the only person having this problem and that I screwed it in too tight or otherwise forced the installation. I don't know how this would be possible as the install was super easy with everything lining up, and that the manual screwdriver I used to mount the bracket couldn't possibly result in overtightening the 4 Philip head screws involved. The stamped steel bracket cracked in the same spot on both brackets. Poor engineering or inferior steel

Pros: Great Sound, Easy Install, Remote gain switch, Makes Factory Radio not only acceptable but exceptional.

Cons: None

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Features

Installation: The PWE-S8-WRA mounts to the bottom of the driver's seat in select 2011 and later 4-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited models. The included T-Harness plugs in between the radio and factory harness, and supplies the subwoofer with power and speaker level input. The sub is grounded to a factory ground bolt in the floorboard.

Auto Turn-on: When using the included T-Harness to integrate into the factory speaker level inputs, an automatic circuit turns the amplifier on when it senses an input signal.

Low Pass Filter: The amp has a built-in low-pass filter, variable from 50 to 150 Hz.

Wired Remote: Using the included wired remote you can easily adjust the bass output level from the driver's seat (or wherever you mount the remote). The range is 0 to -20 dB, relative to the gain setting on the subwoofer chassis.

Controls:

  • Gain: rotary control; 1.5-30 volts speaker level
  • Low Pass Filter: rotary control; 50-150 Hz
  • Phase: two position switch; 0° or 180°

Connections:

  • Harness: the included 80" harness contains power (+12 volts), ground (ground lead is 24" long with a ring terminal), and speaker level inputs (left and right)
  • Remote: 3.5mm mini-jack for use with the included wired remote

Dimensions:

  • Width: 9.062" (10.982" including mounting brackets)
  • Height: 2.875"
  • Depth: 9.062"

Tools Required:

  • Panel removal tool
  • #2 Phillips head screwdriver
  • T30 Torx driver
  • T45 Torx driver
  • Ratchet
  • Ratchet extension
  • 7mm Socket
  • 10mm Socket
  • 18mm Socket
  • Drill
  • 9/32" Drill bit

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Only system custom designed for this vehicle and most reviews say its quite good. [ Timothy  Jun 08, 2018 ]
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It was the better option after considering other offers from others suppliers. [ IVAN  Jan 02, 2018 ]
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Fit and functionality for 2015 Jeep Wrangler JKU. [ Greg  Dec 01, 2017 ]
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because [ Tera Cresap  Nov 29, 2017 ]
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Easy install. Easy wiring [ MARK A  Nov 22, 2017 ]
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compact and ease of installation.. [ bernard  Jun 28, 2017 ]
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Wanted to keep a clean install without loss of space. Also wanted a simple plug and play type subwoofer that easily integrates with the factory stereo without going with a separate amp, box, sub, wiring kit and so on. This is more turn key. [ Scott  Dec 11, 2016 ]
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ok, I have installed a new Kenwood ddx6704s and a clarion amp and a maestro idatalink into my 2018 JKU, can I add this sub and will this just plug in between the factory and maestro plug and work as it should?
[ jeff  Jun 17, 2018 ]
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As far as I know, yes, that's all you would have to do. I'm not using a iDatalink Maestro, so I can't say with absolute certainty that it will but it plugs between the factory harness and the factory harness adapter that Crutchfield supplies for head units, so I'm assuming it would plug between the factory harness and the Maestro unit.
[ Jeremy  Jun 23, 2018 ]
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Why this is $200 more than the non-Jeep version? It seems like a steep price to pay for a harness, two small brackets, a few screws and 15 zip ties.
[ Michael  Mar 23, 2017 ]
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Thanks for your question. For information on comparing the different options I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences and help you make the best choice for your system and your budget.
[ Kenny  Mar 24, 2017 ]  Staff
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Maybe its my lack of Sub-woofer knowledge- but would putting it under the seat dampen the sound? I am so close to buying this because of the ease of setup with the harness , But I am afraid the sound will be distorted or rattling because of the placement under the seat.
[ Mark  Mar 22, 2017 ]
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With bass, you feel more than hear. And even mounted to the seat, it resonates throughout the entire cab.
[ Adam  Mar 23, 2017 ]
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I have this subwoofer and it is easy to install, and sounds great, not muffled at all, the speaker aims towards the floor so the base comes out just fine, it will vibrate your but if it's turned up loud, also I do suggest hooking up the aux power wire and don't depend on the sense
[ Eric  Mar 22, 2017 ]
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The deep sounds of a subwoofer don't need the direct line to your ear that the higher pitched notes need. This subwoofer is small in comparison to most so my initial fear was not enough sound. I have found the placement ideal, and the adjustments to both sub volume and crossover frequency (both are adjustable on this unit) take more time to dial in that the actual installation of the unit. After 3 months no issues. This thing is amazing and the best modification if you are keeping the stock radio.
[ MARK A  Mar 22, 2017 ]
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Will this fit under the passenger seat as well? I am thinking about running two of them.
[ Brian  Mar 09, 2017 ]
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To my knowledge, no. The two brackets are different. The inboard (transmission tunnel side) one is wider at the base which, if you have the creativity and materials, you could always mimic the brackets that come with the driver's side one and make some brackets for the other side. Unless you were running RCA's from an aftermarket head unit, you would probably run into impedance issues if using the high level (speaker level) hook up method and running two of the units. Also, if you were going to try to run two and had to make your own mounting brackets for under the passenger seat, it would probably cost a little less to simply get the non "WRA" version of the sub for the second sub.
[ Jeremy  Mar 11, 2017 ]
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How is this able to power without connection to the battery? Are there other units with this similar setup (not needing to run power to the battery, or is this one of a kind.
[ Mark  Feb 17, 2017 ]
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The supplied harness (that attaches to the factory stereo for speaked inputs) also taps the factory stereo power circuit so there is no requirement to run a separate power wire to the battery.
[ Adam  Feb 18, 2017 ]
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The unit has a direct connection to the plug and play adaptor that attaches between your head unit and the factory wiring. Super simple. The connection from the sub unit to the plug and play adaptor is fused, however I still had concerns about the factory fuse/relay being able to handle the added load. Reporting no issues even at high volume for extended periods. All is good. I have no knowledge of any other sub having a direct plug and play wiring harness like this. I appreciate not having to run the power wire through s firewall to the battery.
[ MARK A  Feb 17, 2017 ]
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How could I fit this on a 2015 with the Alpine sound system (Factory sub)?
[ SirNut  Feb 07, 2017 ]
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For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on how everything will integrate and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
[ Kenny  Feb 07, 2017 ]  Staff
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Do they make this to fit a regular Wrangler?
[ JT1234  Jan 28, 2017 ]
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I've only seen a version of the Alpine unit for the JKU (4 door). As you know, JK (2 door) front seat frames are different, as they swing forward to allow for rear passenger entry / exit, and it would be much more difficult to mount the sub to the seat rails as it does on the JKU. I'm not sure, but there also may not be sufficient room under the 2 door's seat frame due to the design of the frame to facilitate folding forward (a cross-member may be in the way, etc.).
[ Jeremy  Mar 11, 2017 ]
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For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit as well as other models that may work and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
[ Kenny  Jan 28, 2017 ]  Staff
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