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I have had some awesome stereos in my life, my 2008 Mustang had 2 stock 10” subs , it was call the Shaker 1000, 1000 watt system. The base was over the top deep.
I’m not saying it was the best, but what I am saying is I think there is better stereos then what the Passport has.
The Passport 550 watt stereo is indeed a GREAT stereo. It is a well balanced system, enough low, medium & high range to make a delightful drive.
What I thought was cool that I would of NEVER thought I would use was the “driver only” zone selection. Patty was taking a nap on our drive yesterday, 400 mile. I put the stereo to “driver only zone” and I could hear the music without the sub bumping in the back gound. She slept longer and I drove further :)
Nice. I need to try that setting. My pup doesn't care for my music choices while on the drive to the dog park. So I just turn it off when he's in the cargo area. I'll try this "driver only" setting and see what I (and he) thinks. peace, e.
 

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I definitely recommend putting sound deadening material in the doors to get some midrange back. I highly suggest putting some in the rear cargo area as the sub is bolted to the sheet metal and makes the whole car vibrate terribly at loud volumes. Do your research before running out and buying Dynamat, there are less expensive brands out on the market that perform the same if not better. IMO of course
 

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I may sound like a complete idiot but where the heck is the subwoofer hiding? I can't find it.😅 I have the Touring trim.
 

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No problem, it is behind the second storage area, under the rear mat, or behind and to the left of the big storage area... it looks like a strange "black-box" thingy...
 

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No problem, it is behind the second storage area, under the rear mat, or behind and to the left of the big storage area... it looks like a strange "black-box" thingy...
Oh good thanks. I'll have a look at that area when I'm cleaning the inetrior. Btw, do we know who makes our Amp? Yeah Honda does not make their own amp:LOL:
 

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I definitely recommend putting sound deadening material in the doors to get some midrange back. I highly suggest putting some in the rear cargo area as the sub is bolted to the sheet metal and makes the whole car vibrate terribly at loud volumes. Do your research before running out and buying Dynamat, there are less expensive brands out on the market that perform the same if not better. IMO of course
What Brand of Sound Deadening Material did you use....? There are so Many to choose from......
 

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I went with 80mill Killmat for all the doors and the all black 80mill from Noico for the spare tire area where the sub was. I bought it off Amazon.
 
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