The installation aspect of the woox was probably the biggest seller. No way was I giving up my trunk area
to a custom box. There is a stock and aftermarket sub designed specifically for the center console but it's cavernous-like
storage space was too valuable to give up as well. Other than some of the costly "stealth subwoofer" installs i've
seen, under the driver's seat was about the last place left. Originally I thought I would be removing the seat and drilling
8 holes into the "uneven" chassis to mount it. Then I thought I would just use some heavy duty mounting
tape. Finally, mostly due to laziness, I ended up using some industrial type velcro I had laying around. This
turned out to be the best bet. Purely because of the fact that I can pull the whole thing out in an instant. This
is necessary when I have a 4th passenger behind the driver's seat and VERY necessary when I get caught in the rain without
my rear windows (or top down). Sure the location is fairly resistant to the rain as it's falling but the problem is water
WILL collect in the areas under and behind the front seats.
Well, i've since removed this subwoofer. One of the woofers cracked slightly and
it didn't sound as clean as it once did. Because of that, it seemed pointless to put it back in after I pulled
it out (during rain with windows out). I recently made the removal permanent by taking out all the wiring while I had
the dash apart to install my sony head unit and xact satellite radio
. It was nice while it lasted, but until I find a sub for my center console i'm not bumpin' much these days.