MTX Road Thunder Subwoofers. Truck, Car MTX Custom Boxes
MTX Road Thunder Subwoofers
Get Even Bigger Bass Out of Your MTX Road Thunder Subwoofers
Itís no secret that you can get some serious thump out of MTX Road Thunder subwoofers, but to get the best sound from them, you need MTX custom Ė boxes from Speaker Boxes USA.
If youíve ever heard Road Thunders, you know that they live up to their claim to be a shallow subwoofer that really is a subwoofer. With up to 600 Watts peak, these subwoofers are designed to not only blow your mind with their low end, but they are also designed to keep on thumping no matter how much power you pump through them.
Hereís the thing, though. Most of the time when quality subwoofers blow, it isnít because youíre pumping too much power through them. Most of the time, itís because the person who owns them tried to get away with putting them in a cheap sub box.
Car audio equipment isnít cheap. If you want a good sound, you have to pay for it. Donít make the mistake of ruining your MTX Road Thunder subwooferís sound by putting them in a sub box that wasnít built for them. Get an MTX custom Ė box from Speaker Boxes USA.
Speaker Boxes USA custom builds your sub box. Car audio, if itís done right, takes into account the kind of speakers, amplifiers, and subwoofers you are installing
and the kind of vehicle you are driving. Speaker Boxes USA provides sub boxes for all makes of speakers, for all makes of car and truck. On top of that, we make it a point to educate our valued customers regarding what they need and why.
That said, though, Speaker Boxes USA offers you quality American craftsmanship at the best prices on the market. We can do this because we do such a high volume of business.
Our labyrinth slot venting helps you get the most out of your subwoofers. Your
MTX Road Thunder Subwoofers will give you double the decibels when theyíre inside Speaker Boxes USAís MTX custom - box. Car audio has never sounded better than when your speakers and subwoofers are installed in Speaker Boxes USAís speaker and sub boxes.