For low frequencies, there is no alternative to moving air. You also need an infinite baffle, so there is nowhere practical on a 'bike in my opinion..
Now, I'm trying to convince my OCD that I don't need an Alpine shallow So... trying to find the best place to locate a shallow subwoofer without butchering any panniers. Maybe in place of the top rack..
Ha! funny.How about building a large subwoofer array onto a trailer and tow it behind you? That would be a sight to behold.
I looked up the information and it is "hard wired remote ready" so yes, it can be controlled by the module. I always prefer radios like the Alpine because the IR control is more versatile, but the Pioneer's main functions will work. I have tested the module with a Pioneer DEH8700DAB which uses the same control method.hello,
I have a Pioneer SBH-20DAB, do you think it's ok with the module?