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I am by no means a car mechanic or specialist but I do like to add new modifications and aftermarket parts to my SUV. I just recently bought a 2005 Trailblazer LS and was wondering if subwoofers would fit under the seat. If so, how big of ones would fit there and would they sound good from there to even worry about it? Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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I am by no means a car mechanic or specialist but I do like to add new modifications and aftermarket parts to my SUV. I just recently bought a 2005 Trailblazer LS and was wondering if subwoofers would fit under the seat. If so, how big of ones would fit there and would they sound good from there to even worry about it? Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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No, but welcome to the forum!

The search function will help a lot. And the audio section has most audio answers - numerous times.

you can fit an amp there, but not a sub.
Maybe a small amp.
 

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Maybe a small amp.
I know a small one will fit. I have an inverter that I've installed under there, and it's big, for an inverter. As far as amps, I ended up putting my RF Punch 250.2 under the front passenger seat, but I bet it would fit under the rear, as well. And I got rid of it, but I had a JL Audio e1200 that definitely would have fit. I should test-fit the Avionixx 440.4 there. I'd say it's a mid-sized amp.
 

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Check out the SWS series subs from Earthquake Sound. The twelves I have in my TB only require 3" of mounting depth. The smaller you go, the thinner they get. A ten or an eight may fit under there.
 

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I have this one under the passenger seat in my '08 SS;

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_113KSCSW10/Kenwood-KSC-SW10.html?search=kenwood+sub

Works great and passengers have not complained about the rumble, plus it does have a remote that will turn it down.
I ran the cables up the passenger side under the sill plate and got the power from the box under the rear seat.

No Problems at all. Hope this helps,

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already tried

I already have tried a buddy of mine tried on his but due to the onstar module it does not fit even if you don't have one there is no room he even tried using the kicker COMPVT shallow subs no fit , pioneer TS which is only 3 5/16 still didn't fit try www.audiojunkies.com there always looking for a challenge.:undecided:tiphat
 

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The short answer is no. Not without raising the back seat possible 3" minimum and fiberglassing and enclosure to use all available air space. And then you will have to relocate most everything under there. Good luck if you try and succeed
 
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