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Old June 16, 2011, 12:31 PM
munkey000 munkey000 is offline
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After reading this post i realized i just so happened to have one of these subs kicking around the garage collecting dust so i figured what the hell I'd give the swap a try.

Took about 10-15 minutes to do it, had to drill all new holes for the screws to ensure the sub sat centered in the opening, other than that it was a breeze.

First thoughts now that its complete:

Bass has less punch, but the lows are deeper. Overall i think i liked the old sub better, i don't listen to a lot of music that takes advantage of the deeper lows, and the lack of 'punchiness' makes some of my music seem empty now. If you listen to a lot of rap or music with lots of deep low bass its a definite improvement but if you listen to a lot of metal/rock i wouldn't bother unless you blew your original sub like the OP.

System: Win 7, Auzentech Prelude 7.1, Z-5500 - Front speakers are replaced with Polk audio monitor 60 series II
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