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dwarren 
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Location: California, United States
Posted: November 16, 2005 at 6:00 PM / IP Logged  

That's a nice deck. Give us some feed back on it once it is in.

rallysport 
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Posted: November 16, 2005 at 6:25 PM / IP Logged  

1990 accord lx sedan, alpine 9827 & mrpf240 4channel & mrpm350 sub amp & alpine type S 12in. infinity 6.5s all around.

audiobhan101 
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Joined: October 30, 2005
Location: Canada
Posted: November 16, 2005 at 10:40 PM / IP Logged  
Sig says most of it. Kenwood Excelon HU. Jeg's Chrome finish HO Alternator (new addition, thx for recommending the alternator instead of capacitor). The the audiobahns two have blown and been replaced lol last time i co with them. they look hella nice though with my blue neon interior.
84 Mazda Rx7 GS
4 15" Audiobahn High Excursion
1 2500W Orion Amp
Custom Box
audiobhan101 
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Posted: November 16, 2005 at 10:43 PM / IP Logged  
should add that i got 4 kicker 6" KS60's.
84 Mazda Rx7 GS
4 15" Audiobahn High Excursion
1 2500W Orion Amp
Custom Box
meltingplastic 
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Joined: November 08, 2004
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Posted: November 16, 2005 at 10:58 PM / IP Logged  
2002 s-10 with lots of body work...
Pioneer AVIC-N1
Phoenix Gold Xenon 6.5 components in teh doors
Phoenix Gold Xenon 5.25 comps in the kick panels
2 JL 10w6v2s
Hifonics Zues zx7500
Hifonics Zues ZX6400
all knukonceptz wiring...
Driving a Bagged, Caddied 02 s10
jlord16 
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Location: Australia
Posted: November 17, 2005 at 12:49 AM / IP Logged  

1995 Ford Festiva 5 Door GLi

Clarion DB346MP Headunit, Sony Xplod 16cm XS-GF1621X for all 4 speakers, Pioneer 30cm TS-W305C for bass and a Boss Audio BA-4800 Amp bridged for the sub and running my rear speakers.  This is ok for driving to skool and work but will be updated with some better pioneer amps and splits for the front

Clarion DB36MP
Infinity Kappa Perfect 10"
Respone 800w Mono
ALPINE MRP-F250
*Custom fabrications*
alexv305 
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Joined: November 17, 2005
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Posted: November 17, 2005 at 12:39 PM / IP Logged  

1997 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Head Unit: Alpine I dont know the Model...Its nice though

PreAmp/Equalizer: Directed Audio 5 Band Equalizer with subwoofer volume control.
Mids/Highs: Two Pioneer 6"x8" 4-Ways (Front Doors); Two Pioneer 6"x9" 3-Ways (Back Panel); All the speakers have a 4 ohm impedence. My amp is 2 ohm stereo stable, but I have it running at 1 ohm stereo and it doesnt heat up at all.
Amp for Mids/Highs: Audiobahn A6004T (150w RMS x 4)
Subwoofers: Two Kicker L5 15"s in a sealed box. I have my Kickers overpowered by like 250w per sub, but I love the head room. They sound incredible!
Amp for Subs: Soundstream PCA2000D (2000w RMS @ 1 ohm mono)

Let me know what you think of my Audio system. It sounds totally awesome to me. So if you have any suggestions on making it better email me at aLeXv305@gmail.com.

Alpine HU
Directed 5-Band Equalizer
Two Pionner 6x8 4-ways
Two Pionner 6x9 3-ways
Audiobahn A6004T
Two Kicker L5 15s
Soundstream PCA2000D
Audiobahn 1 Farad Power Cap
altoncustomtech 
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Joined: January 09, 2005
Location: United States
Posted: December 23, 2005 at 2:09 PM / IP Logged  

Well here goes, I'm sure this will all go over real well....... two vehicles, one's mine the other belongs to the company I work for but they don't mind me installing anything in it and because it's not mine I wasn't about to put much money in it either.....  Installations and enclosures were all performed by myself with a little help from my wife, who is the cause of 2700 watts of power being in a family van in the first place.  At least she's happy!

First - 1998 Chevrolet Venture, Pioneer DEH-P670MP, 2 pair Hifonics AS62Ci components, 2 Hifonics Atlas AS12SQD4, Hifonics Generation XX Olympus 4x125rms (highs), Hifonics Generation XX Colossus 2x1100rms @ 2ohm (subs), Stinger SHDH20E 20 Farad Cap, Stinger wiring on power and signal.  I love the way it sounds and it's the envy of every high school and college kid in this hick town.

Second - 2004 Ford F-150 (work) Pioneer DEH-P1000, 2 pair Audiobahn AS68Q, 1 Audiobahn AS1051SE, Profile Clarus 440, Profile California 300M, Scoshe wiring all around.  All from Ebay, $550 for the lot, it's not much but sure beats the crap outta the factory BS Ford puts in those trucks.

There it is, I don't post often but I love the information and wealth of knowledge compiled here is outstanding.  I must say that the fella's who really know their stuff and give their opinions when people ask, tho sometimes a little biased, should have their names sung in praise for sharing such opinions and experience with us all.  I could have saved more money and bought products like a/d/s, MB Quart, Boston Acoustics, Resonant Engineering, Digital Designs, Elemental Designs, JBL, Nakamichi, Rainbow, U.S. Amps, Zapco and lots of other top names that aren't coming to me right now.  However, using the good rules of thumb and top notch techniques described and detailed on this website I was able to get the best quality of sound out of the products I decided to use which is the idea I believe in any situation no matter the quality of the product.  Well, that's enough preachin' for now, take it easy all.

2004 F-150:
Pioneer DEH-P2000
Profile Clarus CL440 & CA600M
Audiobahn AS68Q 5x7 (2 pair)
Audiobahn AS1051SE 10"
EFX Scosche 4 Guage 2 amp kit
1998 Chevrolet Venture Van
Pioneer DEH-P670MP
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altoncustomtech 
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Posted: December 23, 2005 at 2:23 PM / IP Logged  

damn..... been so long since I looked at anything I posted..... need to edit my sig..... they traded me up on the trucks so I now have the 2004 instead of the 1998 F150.... and the Lanzar MAX10D died a show of a death with the voice coil seperating from the cone then catching fire!..... so there's been a couple changes on that vehicle....  not to metion I got confused on the model of the sub amp..... 600M not 300M, got confused cuz it's SUPPOSED to put out 300 watts RMS at 2 ohms....  600 - 300... different sameness, it's cheap..... well...... later all

2004 F-150:
Pioneer DEH-P2000
Profile Clarus CL440 & CA600M
Audiobahn AS68Q 5x7 (2 pair)
Audiobahn AS1051SE 10"
EFX Scosche 4 Guage 2 amp kit
1998 Chevrolet Venture Van
Pioneer DEH-P670MP
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ddsubman 
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Joined: December 05, 2005
Location: United States
Posted: December 23, 2005 at 3:57 PM / IP Logged  

Big pimpin' 96' GMC Yukon LOL

Eclipse 5442 HU

1-Digital Designs 9515f freshly reconed, 1 ohm dvc. powered by an MA AUDIO hk4000d running at .5 ohm with impedance protection removed (What a monster this amp is at .5 ohm!!!)

6-X-site 6.5s' powered by a crossfire bmf 1000d (I know it's a sub amp, but it rocks those cheap ass 6.5's)

4-power acoustic niobium dome tweeters powered by HU with bass blockers inline.

4-SVR 75-12 batteries

Just went to the comp this weekend and did a 150.8 on the new termlab meter!!!

Gettin' deafer by the day.......96' GMC yukon-Eclipse CD 5442HU
MA Audio HK4000D-Digital Designs 9515F
150+db with one woofer...DD rules!!!!
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