I have read that the TJ's factory subwoofer is only 1 ohm and that the factory amp is 75 watts into that 1 ohm impedance. Can someone confirm it's truly a 1 ohm speaker? The replacement 6.5" subwoofers I have found are all either 2 or 4 ohms at the lowest. I understand impedances and their effect on power etc., I only want to confirm that 1 ohm spec for the factory subwoofer. NO, I'm not upgrading the subwoofer to something bigger... at my age I just don't want or need a bigger subwoofer, please don't waste your time trying to convince me. Edit: Just found more info that makes sense... it appears the stock subwoofer has dual 2 ohm voice coils wired in parallel which is how it gets its 1 ohm impedance. This sounds reasonable as 6.5" subwoofers with dual 2 ohm voice coils are fairly easy to find. The least expensive 6.5" dual 2 ohm voice coil subwoofer speaker I have found is $90 but considering my limited needs is more than I want to spend for just a low-use subwoofer. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5...0001&campid=5337789113&icep_item=222455261918 Has anyone replaced their TJ's subwoofer with a direct replacement they can recommend with a link?