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illegalhunter: does the bass unit require to be amped? Are you getting an amp?
Is it always better to get same brand equipment or mix and match?
How about the drain on the car battery? If youre parked and listening to music for instance?
 

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It's all on the product page:

Product Features

  • Compact, 150W max power, active bass tube
  • Built-In Amplifier and Wired Remote Controller
  • Variable Low Pass Filter: 50Hz - 125Hz (24dB/oct)
  • Gain Adjustment
  • Phase Selection
 

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Iam so glad iam getting rid of the front speakers as they are allready buzzing like arampant rabbit on duracell
 

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Infinity Reference speakers have two-ohm voice coils. This unique approach extracts more power from your amp or head unit. Many factory OE systems include two-ohm speakers. Infinity Reference speakers are perfect for those applications.If your head unit or amplifier is rated to drive a four-ohm load, Infinity Reference speakers are still the best option.

does anyone knoe if this is the case for the head unit for the ctr?
 

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You do realize using 2ohm speakers is not a good idea if wires/amplifier aren't setup for it?
 

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Well ive fitted the hte infinity speakers its better but still crap. Iam going to change the rears & install the sub . I only listen to trance music as i was i Pro Dj
 

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