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What amps have you fit under the passenger seat?

Just curious what model / brand amps anyone has been able to fit under the passenger seat of a 2nd gen intrepid. Thanks!
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If u have auto seats.. almost none, wiring harness is dead center below middle of seat.( re-route wire is option)
There are some mini amp companies out.. genesis comes to mind atm. Crossfire makes tiny amps I believe.
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Behind the rear fold down seats is the best spot in a 2nd Gen
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Behind the rear fold down seats is the best spot in a 2nd Gen
I could not agree more. Installing amps under any seat would incure ventilation issues with the amps.
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Thanks, I was just curious. I thought about heat in the summer in the trunk, but I guess there's a lot more ventilation back there.
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I agree...trunk is the best.

Here's one way:



Or an alternative:



Or build a shelf under the trunk deck, etc. Under the seat would next to impossible and severely limit your options for amplifier selection.
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Plenty of room and still have all the trunk to use

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If trunk space is not an issue....

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