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Expired Dooby customer subwoofer for Z3....

Discussion in 'For Sale Archives' started by gizze, May 7, 2014.

  1. gizze

    gizze Regular Member

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    As the title says, I have decided to not install this in my car so it is up for grabs.
    For anyone who followed the development of these, Scooby designed the enclosure and used a hi end JL woofer to create a perfect sub for the Zeds.
    It goes in the rear where the storage area/oem sub would be.

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    These don't come up very often.

    Superbly designed sub that kicks out some real bass, I have had it in my ML for the last few days to test and was seriously impressed with it. Very deep and very musical, the driver is perfect for the cabinet size.

    Looking back through previous sale threads they always sell for what the initial product was, which was £150.

    So thinking I could do with the money to put towards a respray more at the moment.

    £130 including next day insured delivery as there is a little nick at the back of it, not that you would see this when installed.



    Sold!!

    :drinks:
     
    #1 gizze, May 7, 2014
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  2. Lee

    Lee Zorg Guru (V)
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    I really want one of these! Does it run off the existing feed to the centre sub or does it require its own amp?

    Lee
     
  3. gizze

    gizze Regular Member

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    I don't know?
    I didn't have the upgraded sound system, I was going to pop a small amp on it.
    This is a high end Utopia based driver, this is an upgraded version of what Dooby offered origially using a £150 driver instead of the normal £80 one.

    The driver is still £150 now on its own. I think it would be worth putting a small amp on it.
    Even an older used one off eBay for £20.
    This sub rocks when feed with half decent power.

    It is also a really easy upgrade on a BMW as the battery is in the boot and you can get to the area this sits from the boot as well.
     
  4. zedonist

    zedonist Guest

    Yes you will need an amp,simple mono will do that gives you the relevant power at the correct ohms.
     
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