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Kicker 11HS8

Hideaway™ compact powered subwoofer: 150 watts and an 8" sub

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Overview

Our take on the Kicker 11HS8

When Kicker set out to make the Hideaway™ compact powered sub, they wanted to make a subwoofer that could fit almost anywhere and still deliver the performance that made Kicker famous. At just over 3" tall, the Hideaway™ will fit under many seats and in storage areas where you don't usually find powered subs. The powerful, built-in 150-watt RMS amplifier delivers strong bass that'll add depth and punch to any type of music.

Bass that'll fit almost anywhere

When Kicker set out to make the Hideaway™ compact powered sub, they wanted to make a subwoofer that could fit almost anywhere and still deliver the performance that made Kicker famous. At just over 3" tall, the Hideaway™ will fit under many seats and in storage areas where you don't usually find powered subs. The powerful, built-in 150-watt RMS amplifier delivers strong bass that'll add depth and punch to any type of music.

Big performance

The 8" woofer can hit low notes that'll really rock your ride, especially when the Hideaway™ is mounted in the vehicle's interior. The included remote control bass knob will let you adjust the bass level on the fly. Kicker even included Nylon straps with Velcro® fasteners to mount the sub, plus a quick disconnect harness with power and signal wiring that'll make the installation easier.

Side view of 11HS8 powered subwoofer

Installation Note: The Hideaway™ sub will accept preamp-level signals, but you'll need to connect Kicker's KISL adapter to the sub's 8-foot signal harness so you can plug it into your receiver's preamp outputs.

Easy installation after getting more information from the internet on my vehicle. Adds quite a bit of bass in a small package.

Dave, Grove City, OH

What's in the Box:

  • Amplified subwoofer
  • Wiring harness (17.5' Power input/ 8' Speaker level input/ 2' Ground/ 2' Remote turn-on)
  • In-line fuse holder
  • One 15 amp ATO fuse (installed in fuse holder)
  • Two 10 amp ATO fuses (1 installed in the chassis of the unit/1 spare)
  • Remote bass level control
  • Metal bracket (for mounting remote bass level control)
  • 20' Remote cable (3.5mm stereo mini-plug on both ends)
  • 2 Velcro mounting straps
  • Two 10-12 gauge crimp-on ring terminals
  • One 10-12 Gauge butt connector
  • 4 Flat washers
  • 4 Mounting brackets
  • Two 3/8" Self-tapping pan head screws (to mount wired remote)
  • Four 3/4" Self-tapping pan head screws
  • Eight 3/4" Self-tapping flat head screws
  • Four 1-3/8" Self-tapping flat head screws
  • Mounting template
  • Owner's manual (English/ Spanish/ German/ French)

Product Highlights:

  • compact powered subwoofer
  • 8" woofer
  • built-in 150 watts RMS amplifier
  • frequency response: 25-120 Hz
  • variable low-pass crossover (50-120 Hz)
  • variable phase control (0 or 180 degrees)
  • bass boost control (0dB to +6dB)
  • speaker-level inputs (will also accept preamp-level signal using optional adapter, item 206KISL, sold separately)
  • auto turn-on switch
  • wired remote control
  • dimensions: 14-1/4"W x 3-1/4"H x 9-3/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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Features and Specs

General
Enclosure Type Sealed
Finish Material Aluminum
Grille Metal
Connector Type Harness
Bi-amp Inputs N/A
Woofer Size (inches) 8
Woofer Material Not given
Passive Radiator ---
Width 14-1/4"
Height 3-1/4"
Depth 9-3/8"
Second Depth N/A
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year
Specifications
Frequency Response 25-120
Amplifier Power (RMS) 150 watts
Maximum Wattage N/A
Sensitivity N/A
Impedance N/A
Second Voice Coil Impedance N/A
Crossover Point 50-120

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Features
Controls
Connections

Features

Overview: The HS8 HideAway subwoofer features a built-in amplifier (125 watts RMS at < 1% THD+N/150 watts RMS at < 10% THD+N) and an 8" sub housed in a compact enclosure designed to fit in tight spaces.

Remote Control: The wired remote puts output level control within easy reach. The remote comes with a bracket to mount it under the dash. The included 20' cable, with a 3.5mm mini-plug on each end, connects the remote to the amplifier.

Note: The Remote Bass Control measures approximately 2-1/4" wide x 1-1/4" high x 1.75" deep (3" deep including the knob and cable).

Subsonic Filter: Frequencies that cannot be reproduced by the subwoofer do not become sound, but unnecessary oscillations causing distortion; these frequencies also waste amplifier power and can damage speakers. The subsonic filter removes inaudible frequencies to improve the performance of the speakers by eliminating this harmful distortion. The 24 dB/octave subsonic filter's crossover point is 25 Hz.

Mounting: The subwoofer, with its 3-1/4" height, can be mounted in applications with limited space, even under a seat in the passenger compartment of many vehicles.

Controls

Auto Turn-on: two position switch

  • +12V: amp turns on when 12 volts is applied to the remote turn-on wire
  • DC: amp turns on when a signal is present on the speaker-level input

Input Level: two position switch

  • Hi: accepts signal input from 250mV to 10 volts
  • Lo: accepts signal input from 125mV to 5 volts

Phase: two position switch; set the subwoofer phase to 0° or 180°

Bass Boost: rotary dial to adjust the bass boost; continuously variable from 0 to 6 dB; boost centered at 40 Hz

Crossover Frequency: rotary dial to control the low pass crossover frequency; 50 to 120 Hz

Gain: rotary dial to set the amplifier gain control; 250mV to 10 volts for speaker level inputs and 125mV to 5 volts for line level inputs

Connections

Harness: The Quick-Connect harness has wires for power (17-1/2 feet), ground (2 feet), remote turn-on (2 feet), and signal input (8 feet). If using a speaker level input, just splice into the wire in the harness. If using a line level input, the KiSL speaker wire to RCA adapter is needed (item number 206KiSL, sold separately). The included in-line fuse holder should be added to the power wire at the battery location.

Remote Bass: 3.5mm mini-jack for use with the included wired remote

Fuse: one 10-amp ATO fuse installed in the chassis

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Why did you buy this?

This will be my second Kicker 11HS8. The sound is just right to augment weak factory systems. With the variable loudness dial, it can go from Subtle to Massive. Thanks Kicker! [ Kenneth  May 22, 2017 ]
I wanted a subwoofer that was as small as possible without compromising quality, power, or reliability. [ Philippe  Mar 14, 2017 ]
I have a 2014 crv that needs just a little more bass and this appears to be the easiest cleanest way to get that. [ NATHAN  Feb 06, 2017 ]
Wanted to add some bass, but not take up a lot of room or have a complex installation. [ Kevin  Dec 15, 2016 ]
Awesome! Everlasting bass!!! [ Paul  Nov 27, 2016 ]
Previous (excellent) experience with this unit. [ JAMES  Nov 25, 2016 ]
To fully compliment the other kicker speaker I've previously installed in my 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab. [ K  Nov 13, 2016 ]
FITS MY CAR, ACCORDING TO CRUTCHFIELD [ J  Nov 06, 2016 ]
I installed one of these behind the seat of my old flatbed truck and it makes an amazing difference to the crappy old stereo. This is the second one that is going under the seat of another truck. [ Sean  Oct 30, 2016 ]
2006 Miata, not alot of space and advisor @ Crutchfield suggested it [ Steven  Sep 05, 2016 ]
it was recommended by Marshall in customer service Marshall's Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=8 [ JARRED  May 20, 2016 ]
Have a friend who owns one. Great sound in a small package. Takes very little space. [ Michel  Feb 02, 2016 ]
I'm not expert on audiophile, I just consider several factors: compact size to fit underneath of seat, decent low frequency reproducer, enough power consumption but not hurting my car battery. I'm expecting down to 30-35 Hz sensitivity, 80-100 Watts power, and small size, this unit is right fit. This unit has very high customer reviews and thumb ups, let's see what is happening to me, cannot wait for it. [ Baofeng  Jan 08, 2016 ]
Installing in a 97 Honda Del Sol, where space is precious. It had great reviews and I liked the fact that Kicker already helped out with mounting options. [ Paul  Jan 02, 2016 ]
Low frequency response. [ Theodore  Dec 22, 2015 ]
good reviews [ John  Dec 15, 2015 ]
Crutchfield advisor recommended for F-150, quality sound & compact application [ Bradley  Dec 13, 2015 ]
needed a subwoofer to round out the sound system. It's small in size, but big in sound. Have had this unit for almost two years now, have had NO problems with it, everybody that has ridden in my vehicle say that I have a kick ass sound system. [ Douglas  Dec 08, 2015 ]
Was suggested by Brit the sales rep that helped me with my order. [ Timothy  Dec 03, 2015 ]

30 questions already asked

Thanks for your question. For information on comparing two or more models 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. [ Krissy  Apr 19, 2017 ]  Staff
don't know, measure your space under your seat and compare it with the dimension of this item or ask your question to one of the Crutchfield technical repsresentatives [ Rick  Apr 15, 2017 ]
Yes it should its very thin. [ TOMMY  Apr 15, 2017 ]
Not sure it would not fit under seat of honda del sol I would guess the sub is 3 to 5" thick [ Travis  Apr 12, 2017 ]
A 12v remote wire would only be the "preferred" method if you're connecting the Kicker 11HS8 via low-level (or RCA) inputs--if you're using the high-level inputs, the DC or "auto turn-on" would work just as well. If you would like to discuss further, feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. Hope that helps! [ Larry  Mar 15, 2017 ]  Staff
I think it would be just fine. I have mine in a small Mercedes and it is plenty of bass [ STEPHEN K  Feb 02, 2017 ]
It should do the job for you. I don't have mine turned up all the way capacity wise and it is excellent. Mine is in a 2015 Subaru WRX so a much smaller vehicle but it should be good in a Yukon. Make sure your other speakers are of high quality so the combination of everything works well together. An amp helps it all tie in together well. [ Tyler  Feb 02, 2017 ]
I had it in a mustang and the sound was really weak. Returned it for that reason. Not much bass from it. [ BALDEMAR  Feb 02, 2017 ]
Marvin C. That kicker is Junior Varsity. I have the kicker in my F-250 and its weak, a buddy has it in his Jeep it fits in tiny spaces, but that's about all it does. In my F 150 Platinum I installed a dual 8" JL powered Micro sub. its BADASS. [ jeffrey  Feb 02, 2017 ]
I purchased this subwoofer for my Toyota MR2 because it is a 2 seater with space limitations. It was a great choice for me. It's not a block party, however it fills the space with the right amount of bass. I added some passive low-pass filters on my rear speakers which were only 4", so I can still crank out some sound when I want to without overdriving my tiny rear speakers. With 5 1/4" speakers in the front, I have plenty of sound. I am very pleased. [ Kendall  Feb 02, 2017 ]
I have one behind the seat of a single cab Tacoma so it should definitely fit behind the seat of a Tundra [ Eric  Jan 31, 2017 ]
Thanks for your question. For information on comparing two or more models 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  Jan 21, 2017 ]  Staff
Check and double check the dimensions and power requirements. If your motorcycle can power it and it fits in the pack, it would work great for you. [ Justin  Jan 02, 2017 ]
When I added more bass from head unit, it did add more bass from the kicker unit. I would say yes, it does work. [ Thomas  Dec 30, 2016 ]
No remote needed. HU will control it for the most part, although you won't have separate sub control from the HU because of the lack of RCA wiring. Ideally, turn up to what would be your loudest, set the gain and bass boost on the sub and be done with it. You can turn the bass EQ up in the HU to gain a little more but you have to watch because it'll turn the bass up in the door speakers too and maybe distort them [ JOSHUA  Dec 30, 2016 ]
You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Kenny  Nov 15, 2016 ]  Staff
It has left/right high and low level inputs, I do not know what would happen if you connected mono to one or both inputs. Kicker tech support was responsive when I had an issue. I will say do not plan on using the "auto power on" feature, it did not work properly and I had to run a wire from the radio to the kicker to tell it to turn on. Good luck! [ James  Aug 13, 2016 ]
I called and spoke to our rep at Kicker and was informed this model features their "Class DIC" amplifier. It's very similar to their "Direct Amp Technology" found in their compact car amplifier models: http://www.crutchfield.com/shopsearch/kicker_compact_amp.html I hope that helps! My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=5 [ Ryan  May 20, 2016 ]  Staff
You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Kenny  May 02, 2016 ]  Staff
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 and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Kenny  Mar 05, 2016 ]  Staff
There aren't any sound processors we carry that would work without also adding an aftermarket amp to your system. That said, I think adding a processor and upgrading the factory speakers in your car and then adding a new amp to power them would be the best option for getting an upgrade in full-range sound quality. You can view a full selection of the sound processors we carry on our website here: http://www.crutchfield.com/g_318850/Factory-System-Integration.html I hope that helps. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159 [ Larry  Feb 17, 2016 ]  Staff
Series wiring lets you configure multiple woofers to one amplifier at an acceptable impedance. Since the Kicker 11HS8 is a powered subwoofer with an amplifier built-in, there wouldn't be any way to wire 2 of them together in series wiring. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159 [ Larry  Jan 20, 2016 ]  Staff
This won't do it for loud and distortion-less, you'll need to go to a 12" in an enclosure. This will just round out a lackluster bottom end. This will distort once you turn it up to impress friends. [ Dennis Craig  Dec 17, 2015 ]
This thing has crazy bass for it's size. It has a wide range of adjustment - supplements the other speakers for well rounded sound and can be cranked up to produce major bass without distortion or popping. You really must use the wired/remote level control that comes with it for adjustability. My specific case is that it is mounted under the passenger seat - the vibration can be a bit much for a long ride - so mounting elsewhere is probably better anyway. [ Byron  Dec 14, 2015 ]
The hideaway is not for rattling the car doors of people next to you in traffic but it does add some very nice low end and punch at moderate volume levels. Never had it extremely loud but it seems to handle pretty loud levels with no problem. Really happy with mine-sounds great and was very easy to install. [ BRION D  Dec 11, 2015 ]
Brett, I have a 2006 Ram Quad Cab, speaker is in middle of and under rear seat, facing up. Does not take up too much room. This speaker will enhance the door speakers (midranges even) and add base of course, or seems to for me, has a knob installed in dash that controls how much base you want. I am happy with it, however, it will not rattle the windows if that is what you are asking. Try one or two if needed. Hope this helps. [ KEN  Dec 10, 2015 ]
I have mine under the rear seat of a 2012 4 door F150. Fits in same spot as factory sub. No problem. Fills in the low end range great for a full sound, but I would not say that it does great with really low frequency. More of a tight bass for country/rock. May not be the best for rap music, speaker will start to bottom out. [ Keith  Dec 10, 2015 ]
As long as you don't turn it up very loud, you should be okay. Had two of these and both failed. Aluminum surrounding the speaker works hardens and cracks. [ William  Dec 06, 2015 ]
I recommend you place it under your driver's seat. I have one under my wife's front seat (2011 camry) and under both front seats in my car (2013 subaru wrx) and it fills in the low end nicely. I feel if you install in the trunk you will be disappointed. If the trunk is your only option take a look at Rockford Fosgate Punch P300-10Single 10" subwoofer enclosure with 300-watt amp Item #: 575P30010 [ HENRY C  Dec 05, 2015 ]
It add some nice bass to a factory system but if you're looking for real bass "punch" you'd probably be happier with something a bit more performance oriented. Hope this helps. [ DAVID  Dec 03, 2015 ]
Seth, I installed this kicker in my pick-up. It has great sound and I rarely if ever turn it all the way up. Combined with the 4 Polks I have it's a great mix. I don't think you would really need a second one. Hope that helps answer your question, and yes I do like my music loud and not distorted. [ PAUL  Nov 20, 2015 ]
No need for two. Try just one if you are looking for boost of the bass. It is a good unit. You can always add one more afterward if you consider placement of the first one with that in mind. I have had this unit for 2 years with no issues. It is a dependable unit with good boost of factory bass. [ WESLEY  Nov 18, 2015 ]
I've got one in a 2004 Chevy Avalanche, with a Kenwood headunit and speaker upgrades, plus in a 2015 Kia Soul with the factory radio and speakers. It works GREAT in both. You don't need two. To me it would be too boomy. [ Douglas  Nov 18, 2015 ]
I am only using one, but it is in a '53 F100 truck. I am completely satisfied with it and the performance is way beyond my expectations. If you are installing it in a full size vehicle or extended cab, you may want a second unit, but I would try a single first. The performance is amazing. [ R E  Nov 18, 2015 ]
Kicker makes the KISL Audio Interconnect cable that you attach to the speaker wire input cables that come with this amp which allow you to connect it to preamp outputs on a radio. [ Paul  Nov 09, 2015 ]  Staff
For 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 and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy  Sep 15, 2015 ]  Staff
Kevin, yes you can use the preouts RCA's for the signal to the Kicker subwoofer. I've done this with two different headunits in two different vehicles. It works great! Just use very good cables and you'll will be amaze at the sound coming out. No problem [ Douglas  Aug 21, 2015 ]
You have 2 choices that I know of. 1 - pull the unit out and check the back to see if there is RCA jacks for SUB. Being a stock unit I doubt it as its all probably done with a plug in harness. In which case... The 5.0 system should already be feeding a separate sub somewhere in the truck. Track that down and take the wires feeding the sub, disconnect them and feed them to the new sub. [ MARK  Aug 19, 2015 ]
For 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 and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy  Aug 17, 2015 ]  Staff
Run the hot wire directly from the battery, including the ground. That way you have a solid connection and not hurt the sub. Plus, to me, it's just safer to do it this way. I've done two like this and have never had a problem. [ Douglas  Nov 18, 2015 ]
Absolutely run the power wire directly to the battery, including the ground. You'll have less problems and feedback doing it this way. [ Douglas  Aug 21, 2015 ]
Yes, and it comes with a hot wire with inline fuse to connect to your battery. [ ADAM B  May 28, 2015 ]
It does need a fused power wire from the battery +. [ ALIKSANDER  May 23, 2015 ]
Sorry for dealy in answering but I direct connected the power to the battery as it draws alot of current and it works great in a small vehicle. I am going to be reinstalling mine in a 2015 rogue i hope.I hope you injoy and that we could help. [ John  May 22, 2015 ]
Power from the head unit works fine - [ KRAG  May 22, 2015 ]
Yes. It come with it [ GORDON K  May 21, 2015 ]
The unit provides you with a power wire that extends from it's provided wiring harness. On the power wire a fuse is provided. You will need to run the power wire directly to the battery terminal to draw enough power. [ Julia  May 21, 2015 ]
Battery leads are recommended . This small sub kicks some serious butt. It's perfect [ HAROLD  May 21, 2015 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: Yes you will need to use the Kicker KISL adapter to install this subwoofer to an aftermarket stereo. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy  Mar 02, 2015 ]  Staff
I have the subwoofer in the cargo area of a 2015 Kia Soul. Still have lots of room for items [ Douglas  Aug 21, 2015 ]
Yes it will is very compact [ JUAN  Nov 18, 2014 ]
It's about 3.5" tall. Depending how much clearance you have between the bottom center of the seat to the carpet, it may be a tight fit. Ideally, you want to mount it behind the passenger's seat. I have re-installed it in a 1994 Mazda Miata and space is premium in this car. Only suitable location to mount it was behind the passenger's seat. I believe the 370Z is also two seater? Also, keep in mind that the remote bass control is pretty much useless, you want to ensure that you can adjust the base setting on the right side of the unit to adjust it once in a while. One last thing, pre-amp input does not make this unit come alive. Tapping into high speaker level input is much better, you will get the most out of this powered sub. [ Peter  Nov 18, 2014 ]
Thanks Kevin, a box of the same size is a great idea. [ Mark  Nov 17, 2014 ]
Mark, while I don't know how much room is under your seat, I do know that it fits nicely under my Jeep seat with a little room to spare. The best I can advise you for your situation is to measure the open area under your seat that doesn't have anything blocking where the sub would fit, like electronic modules for power seats/heated seats, seat belts, etc. I also used a box I had laying around that was the same size as the sub, just to see how difficult it would be to actually get something under the seat (like a puzzle box or game box), because you might only be able to get something under the seat from one direction, like from the back seat floor. Hope this was helpful. [ KEVIN  Nov 17, 2014 ]
Thanks Brian! [ Mark  Nov 17, 2014 ]
I don't know about your 370Z but I can tell you that I installed this Kicker behind the passenger seat in my 1991 Mazda Miata with only minor incursion. It sounds great. Good luck. [ BRIAN  Nov 17, 2014 ]
If it helps I put one behind the seat in a Ferrari 328 and under a seat in an 88 911. [ PIERRE  Nov 17, 2014 ]
The Blue wire is the remote turn on wire. You splice it with the blue remote turn on wire on the back of your headunit. This turns the amp on when you turn your stereo on (or start the car). [ Erik  Jun 30, 2015 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Krissy  Nov 02, 2014 ]  Staff
You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Krissy  May 05, 2014 ]  Staff
Just measure the space under your seat and compare to the dimensions on the Crutchfield site. Simple, go from there. [ Douglas  Aug 21, 2015 ]
Yes, i put under the driver seat of the kia Sportage 2013 [ LUIS  Apr 15, 2014 ]
Adam, while I don't know how much room is under your seat, I do know that it fits nicely under my Jeep seat with a little room to spare. The best I can advise you for your situation is to measure the open area under your seat that doesn't have anything blocking where the sub would fit, like electronic modules for power seats/heated seats, seat belts, etc. I also used a box I had laying around just to see how difficult it would be to actually get something under the seat (like a puzzle box or game box), because you might only be able to get something under the seat from one direction, like from the back seat floor. Hope this was helpful. [ KEVIN  Apr 14, 2014 ]
Not sure. It will not fit under my Toyota Tacoma truck. [ TIMOTHY R  Apr 14, 2014 ]
Yes it should fit And I love the bass from it u will enjoy it [ JUAN  Apr 14, 2014 ]
I don't know, as I don't drive Scion. It does however, fit nicely (snug) under the passenger seat of my 2013 Honda Civic. [ DANIEL R  Apr 14, 2014 ]
Don't know about your car but it its under my old jag which is very low - tight but works great [ KRAG  Apr 14, 2014 ]
Don't buy it! Mine broke already. Spend your money on a custom box with a proper speaker and amp. [ CARL  Apr 14, 2014 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Jeff  Jan 05, 2014 ]  Staff
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