Originally Posted by BAMF95YJ
I did bottom and inside of my tub for many reasons including easy clenup, however it did improve the sound of my stereo. If you don't know don't reply hateful $hit man. If you reduce road noise (as good as you can in an open top jeep) it will improve the sound of your stereo. I have more music now than mud terrains humming on the pavement. The acoustic sound stage of the jeep is only cabin space, I am a proffesional I understand that. But sound dampening is a key to good performance when it comes to your mobile audio/visual devises. Why don't you read a Fu$%ing book Fag
You're right, bedlining will dampen sound. A thick, heavy coat of paint on metal, will obviously dampen sound.
In answer to the OP, there are molded subs available for Jeeps. The best ones are down firing. I have the Thunderform one for my Jeep. But, it is for 97-06 Wranglers. I found this one for earlier model Wranglers. With subs you need high RMS. It is best to have 400watts and above. I found this one for earlier Jeep models. It is Marine Enclosure for off roading too, and down firing. 375watts RMS, which is good.
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