Sound Ordnance - another YouTube review (part 2)
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DodgeNeonSXT was as good as his word. After doing a quick video showing off the Sound Ordnance gear he was going to put in his car, he's back with a video of his install with the Sound Ordnance B-17 bandpass enclosure with 12" subwoofer. In the new video you can see where he's placed the sub, and he describes the basics of his system.
It's a simple setup — Sony Xplod radio, a Sound Ordnance M-1500 Mono subwoofer amplifier, and the B-17 12" subwoofer. But it seems to be getting the job done for our friend.
Nice job, DodgeNeonSXT!