Bazooka BTA8100 BT Series 8-Inch 100-Watt Amplified Tube Subwoofer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Eight-inch bass tube with on-board 100-Watt, 2-channel amplifier
- Eight-inch dual voice coil subwoofer
- Patented tube enclosure design is optimized for -InchCorner Loading,-Inch for maximum bass performance
- Includes straps for secure mounting
- One-year limited warranty
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When I wired it to the factory deck, I didn't have a powered antenna option, and I read on bazooka forum that you could just hook up the tube power, and the remote power on switch from the same wire, I didn't know how that would work, but it worked great! The accessory on wire in my Rav4 was only 18awg, and the bazooka wires were 16awg, but it powered the sub fine, however the next day I researched a bit more and decided it might be better to run the power to the always on 12v source going into my deck as it is really what delivers the power to the sub, and I was concerned about the sub running off only a 18awg wire. (I left the remote on wire connected to the accessory on wire)
5 star recommendation, buying from Amazon was fast, sub works great (oh btw, before you wonder why there is no bass coming from it when you first turn it on, you do need to increase the gain knob on the subwoofer as it comes at minimum from factory). Very happy! Not a huge boom person, so my remote bass control knob is usually set very low, just to fill in the bottom of my music which is usually pop or euro dance, but it can add a good pounding if you wanted as well.
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Now turned to low end bass. We only listen to soft rock and classic music and wanted an easy and inexpensive setup. No strong window shaking bass is needed. Bought this Bazooka (99 bucks factory refurbished here) and installed it to trunk. Use front speakers' signal and head unit's power. The bass is loud and deep, cannot believe its amp is only 50W. Spent 219 bucks for the whole thing and now the car stereo from low to high is quite different from before. For the sound quality and cost I'm satisfied with this Bazooka BTA850FH.
I've always wanted to know how the bta8100 sounded since I had already self installed the 50 watt model and only had to plug and secure it with the straps to find out. I have this in a 1999 Honda accord ex with a factory radio and IPod connection through the CD changer port. I also have Alpine 6 1/2 s-series front speakers and 6x9 alpine rear speakers along with the factory mounted tweeters.
I went back and forth allot trying to decide if I should upgrade to this sub since the other one still worked fine. The 50 watt model sounded good and was loud on hip hop and bass heavy r&b, reggae and rock. However on songs with acoustic bass lines I would either have to increase the volume or bass lever on my car.
Now I can hear the bass much louder and it is noticeably deeper and more defined in songs with intricate bass lines. As result I can leave my bass dial on zero and allowing my other speakers to play mids and highs, which they do great.I can feel bass hitting harder and tad bit more accurate. I am truly happy I upgraded. I hope this review helps those deciding between these models choose.
I must say I am no techy audio installer but I am so happy that I saved a ton following the instructions. If you need help Bazooka's customer service and tech support are excellent.