As you can see from the pictures, I am not done. Just testing it out first before I put any holes in the car. Please use these pictures as an example of how NOT to install a sub into your SRX. This is a temporary ghetto method that took me all of 10 minutes to do.
This all said.. the sound is SO much BETTER! I need to do some tweaking, but I am pretty sure it is going to work out long term - as long as the unit holds up... There are plenty of reviews on the internet (including this site) of the BassLink dying.
How I did it: 1. I got power from the cigarette lighter port in the back. Yes, I am proud of my splicing job. Notice how there is still an available port? Sweet!!!
2. I just spliced into the Bose "sub-woofer" audio line. I decided to keep it plugged in (as opposed to unhooking it completely) to add some mid-bass. This may change as I test it out and tune it more.
3. The unit also comes with a very handy remote control knob which I fished (also ghetto style) to the front of the car. This will aide in tuning, but also to turn it up and down, depending on the song.
You can also see that it does not fit perfectly in the storage compartment under the cover. I will either cut up the foam to put a hole about the size of the sub, or just take the foam out entirely.