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Posted: December 29, 2004 at 5:06 PM / IP Logged  

kickerstang wrote:
you say that your box is 1.5" thick but in the first pic you can see that your vent is clearly 3/4".  then you say that your gain is basically used as your volume control only setting it at about 1/4 of the way.  you don't know jack ****. you are lying about everything, you have no sponsor, mostly because they would never let you demo their product with a sh*tty set up like that.

What the heck got your panties in a bunch! , don't bring your problems here.  This guy came here asking for advice and here your picking a fight.  Do us a favour and chill.

Until you your ready to co-operate i think you should be suspended and make a manditory donation to this site to re-gain access.

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Posted: December 29, 2004 at 6:10 PM / IP Logged  

kickerstang wrote:
you say that your box is 1.5" thick but in the first pic you can see that your vent is clearly 3/4".

The box IS 1.5" thick.  The part you see as 3/4" is merely the vent face, where it was not necessary to double stack the HDF.  The exterior of the box was built around a "sealed" enclosure, extending the box length wise to make room for an "external" port.  I am not the one who designed nor built the box. To be honest I dont' know the reasons why the shop that built this did it the way they did. But being in the military, especially in Korea, doesn't leave me much time to plan these things out, now does it?  Here's a quick diagram that might help you see the construction. Then again, it might just confuse you even more...

Possible to Fiberglass a Premier 5000SPL? - Page 3 -- posted image.   

 

kickerstang wrote:
then you say that your gain is basically used as your volume control only setting it at about 1/4 of the way.

~AFAccord~ wrote:
This amp is rated at 2400watts RMS, but I run it around 1/4 gain, so 2000-2200 watts is what the woofer will normally see.

Where did I say I used the gain as a volume control??  I suppose I reach into the trunk and use my pocket-driver to adjust the gain between 0 and 1/4 gain when ever i want to turn my system up and down? I set the gain at 1/4 in order to hold the amp back from it's full potential and to minimize distortion.  I have a nice head unit for a reason.  THAT's my volume control. 

kickerstang wrote:
you have no sponsor, mostly because they would never let you demo their product with a sh*tty set up like that.

This "sh*tty set up" is the reason I'm starting this project Captain Obvious.  Sponsors don't just decide to give someone gobs of cash to deck out their ride.  I have two sponsors currently, both of which are classified as "quasi-sponsorships."  In case you don't know how this works (it's clear that you don't), a group/company might find something that interests them about a vehicle.  In my case, the interior of my car was what drew these guys to me.  Back to the point, a quasi-sponsorship allows the sponsor and sponsoree the opportunity to work together and learn what the other expects with minimal contracts involved before signing to a Full-Sponsorship.  The project I am working on here is my way to show the sponsors my ideas, designs, my attitude in working with them, and my skill and knowledge on this subject.  Currently the only thing that I lack is the F/G skills to accomplish this project with the woofer I have, hense this reason for this post.  By the way, how you said that would imply that I am demoing Pioneer's products...  Do you think I'd be here asking for YOUR help if that was the case? I think not. 

kickerstang wrote:
 you don't know jack ****. you are lying about everything

Well, I'm sorry you feel that way.  But I am glad I could help you feel better about yourself. Possible to Fiberglass a Premier 5000SPL? - Page 3 -- posted image.

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Posted: December 30, 2004 at 3:38 PM / IP Logged  
so yea, that whole thing really got sh*tty fast, why don't you belive him kick, what kinda person would just bs about all that, you think he's trying to impress you or something? wtf, he's got a pic of the sh*t right there,
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Posted: December 30, 2004 at 3:50 PM / IP Logged  
Kickerstang is a troll. Let him be and just ignore him. Maybe he will contribute or go away.
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