Discussion in 'Audio Tech' started by Hooligan, Oct 30, 2011.
^^What??? No pics?
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added pics for you
Thankyou, good set up!!
it gets the job done. the gain is turned really far down on the amp for the speakers but i still manage to make myself go deaf, i LOVE it
Here you go Clinton. EONON 7" touch with backup cam. OEM speakers.
lol...Nice Paul! Funny picture!
Kenwood KDC-248u head, stock speakers and wiring. Pics when I get on my laptop again.
Not installed yet but it will be the first thing to do NEXT, where on the list is that !
Pioneer AVIC 120T Nav Unit
Pioneer 6.5” Component speakers for the front w/amp
Pioneer 10” Shallow Sub w/amp
Sub Box, cheapy from SonicElectronix but sized for the 10” Sub.
May also install or return… Pioneer 6x8s, depending on the overall sound of the system.
All new wiring for power, interconnects and speaker.
I have never done this type of up grade before, first full system but looking forward to the new sounds.
Truck has BeQuiet over the floor and back wall but not the roof or door yet.
Oh ya and all stuffed in a Std Cab.
A question if someone can answer it… how far apart can the Tweeter be from the 6.5 Mid Ranger in the front speakers ?
Does anybody have a single din flip up or flip down dvd receiver?
I'd like to see some pics of how they look when opened & how much room the screens take up when open... like do they completely block the air vents when the head unit is installed in the lower position?
buggman, i just got one for mine, it blocks about 3/4 of the vents but you can close the screen and music still plays which is a good thing.
id put up pictures to show you but im new and havn't figured out how to yet
To post pics, you can use pretty much any image hosting site, I like photobucket, just upload your pics there & copy the IMG code & paste it into your message.
I saw a single din last night that had an 8"+ screen, biggest in dash screen I've seen. It was a no-name brand though.
It would be nice to have a jumbo sized screen like that but I'd hate to lose my vents... I gotta keep cool :yes:
Here's what I got. I'm almost 100% Pioneer.
Pioneer speakers all around, with one 10" JVC sub.
I'm runnin a kenwood headunit, 4 kicker 6x8's, and 2 12" kenwood comps in a ported box runnin 900rms.
My stuff is pretty old but it works well and I really like it.
The HU is an Alpine. Please note the center channel speaker under the ashtray
This HU is a media player only, it has no CD player. So I needed a place for the iPod. The mic is for the Bluetooth.
This is both monitors, the center is currently displaying diagnostics
The ashtray was replaced with a DVD player, but will be replaced with a video iPod soon. The new modified ashtray has already been made
The truck has three amps in it.
The four Channel Kennwood powers the subwoofer and the door speakers
The small Kenwood (yes I know its a Sony) powers the Tweeters
and here are the tweeters
and finally the amp for the centerchannel speaker
Anyway, thats my system. Most of the equipment has been in the truck for more than 7-years. The HU is the newest piece.
^^Thats great looking gear man!
Was that kick panel space already that size for your amp or did you fab up a new housing for the amp?
The 93 and 94 Ranger Kick Panels are deep enough. Only minor mods need to be done to install an amp. A factory ground has to be moved and a couple wires have to be moved up. But no problem.
Making the Kick Panel is not a difficult process.
here is what I have in the truck
Pyle PLDN73I 7-Inch Double-DIN TFT Touchscreen DVD/VCD/CD/MP3/MP4/CD-R/USB/SD-MMC Card Slot/AM/FM/iPod Connector
Amazon $157.00 for the money it is great I also installed a backup camera with it
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