Truck drivers like a good driving soundtrack as much as people in the cars they tower over. Our subwoofers for trucks are designed to match the unique design and acoustics of these vehicles. With limited cab space and no trunk, pickup trucks have more limitations in how sound systems can be installed. That doesn’t mean you have to settle for the just-okay factory subwoofer quality. Companies such as Kenwood, Memphis Audio, Pioneer and Alpine have developed subwoofers that pack a punch for truck drivers. They are typically installed under the rear seat, blasting the low frequencies that form a foundation for music, movies and podcasts.
There’s no sense driving a big truck if the sound coming from it is puny. These pickup truck subwoofers leave the factory cans in the dust. Some can even surge to more than 1,000 watts of power. A truck sub is typically between 8 and 12 inches in diameter and has a shallow-mount design to accommodate the limited space under the seat. Universal truck subwoofers can be installed in most trucks as long as there is space — especially if you’re using the correct subwoofer enclosure. If the layout requires a specific size or shape, use the Vehicle Fit Guide to see what fits your make, model and year.
There’s more to selecting a subwoofer than just looking at the power and size. You’ll also want to look at the frequency range, impedance, sensitivity and enclosure volume. Visit the OnlineCarStereo.com blog to read our guide on How to Choose the Right Subwoofer and learn more about the brands we sell. A dedicated customer service team is available to answer your questions and determine what other audio products you may need, such as a mono amplifier to help the subwoofer operate in its RMS power range. We have great brands at great prices with free shipping on all orders.