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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    heres what i'm running,

    Pioneer deh-4800mp
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    Pioneer AVIC-N2 6.5" Flip Screen DVD Based Navigation System Head Unit
    Polk MOMO 500.1 Monoblock Amp
    Polk MOMO 400.4 4 Channel Amp
    JL Audio 6.5" Component Speaker Front with 1" Tweeter
    JL Audio 6.5" Mids in Rear Doors
    JL Audio 10" W6 Subwoofer
    Tsunami 1 Farad Capacitor
    Optima Yellow Top
    Dynamat in All 4 doors, spare tire well, rear deck lid, and floor pans
    And a Viper remote start security system combo

    That is what I arrived at after 4 years in an Alero with Premier Head unit, the same amps, JVC 4x6's, 6x9's, JL tweeters, and 2 Polk audio 12" subs in a ported box and $4,000. With age comes appreciation for quality sound, not just volume. And a love for a Subaru Legacy and a desire to treat her well.

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    Ok as of now i have an optima red top, zero gauge TIFF power wire W/100 amp fuse to a splitter. One goes to 8 gauge to an 800 watt blaupunked amp to 2, 400 watt each 3 way pioneer 6x9. The other is a 4 gauge to a 2000 watt hittron amp and a 2 farad capacitor pushing a KIcker CVR 15" sub.

    Pretty much have a hard time breathing in the back seat.
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    Just about the only thing that isn't stock on my leggy...

    JVC KD-G230 head unit and 6.5 inch pioneers all around installed last month (back speakers were completely blown )
    I'm gonna get new tweeters (they are shot right now) and cost permitting, a sub and amp.
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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    My setup Is:

    Alpine CDA-9856


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    Coming soon is a Infinity BassLink....
    And Possibly some tweeters OEM or Infinity whichever I can get my hands on....
    Going Back to Stock..........

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    Nothing fancy:

    Four Pioneer replacement speakers I bought at Wal-Mart and a JVC 200 watt head unit from Best Buy. That's it.
    I'll put in more eventually.
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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    right now i've got a panasonic head unit
    alpine type s front and rear
    factory tweeters up front
    2 10" kicker Comps
    Rockford comp woven 4ga kit
    Rockford amp
    Custom sealed box

    I've had so many setups; 2 Rockford 12"s, JL audio 10", audiobahn 12"s, etc...

    anyone have a box where the spare tire is supposed to be? Ive heard lots of these, and built one, but never in a wagon... I can only assume it would sound good, and I need the room for the auto-x stuff honestly, so that may be the next project. that, or make a singe 10" box on the drivers side against the access panel (since I have no spare, I have no jack.. lol)
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    HU: pioneer premier DEH-740MP
    front speaker: infinity referance componites
    rear speaker: infinity kapaa
    4 channal amp: infinity referance 90w x 4
    mono amp: alpine 450w
    sub: infinity referance 12"
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    My 97 GT sterio set up

    Kenwood radio
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    The 95 Legacy I just bought comes with a JVC KD-G300 CD-RW/MP3 head unit. Amazing how much difference just a head unit can make in terms of sound quality - I'm under the impression they're still powering the OEM 14-year-old speakers but it's still quite a step up. Plus I'm digging the MP3 feature - didn't know what I was missing this whole time.

    Unfortunately the clock only comes on when the unit is on - so I just turn the volume all the way down on FM mode instead of powering down the head unit so I don't lose the clock.
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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    well, im starting along the path of making my box for the spare tire. Not sure if Im gonna make this box for a single or dual 10"s yet, but i've cut out a template and im going to cut out some MDF for the top panel today. im trying to figure out the airspace, since I'll be fiberglassing the bottom, this wont be an exact number, but i want it to be close. Plus, the Amp will be down there...

    damnit, I have to many projects!!!

    If anyone else has done this in a wagon, I would love to hear some feedback about how the floor panel interacts with the sound. I cant see it being any different than a back seat really, but i guess I'll find out soon!!!
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    ok, so after some calculations, i'm kinda stumped as to a precise number for the airspace in the wheel well...
    my measurements are the spare well are (rounded to nearest .5 inch)
    top of well 27"x27"
    bottom of well 21"x23"
    depth of most parts 7.5"
    a 1.5" high ring around the spare tire mounting point 6"x9"

    im figuring it to be around 2.4 cubic feet

    and then I use fiberglass and .75 MDF for a lid... so we could say maybe 2.2 Cubic feet after all done?
    i guess I need to find somewhere else to run the amp, since my speakers want 1.1 ft... which works out about perfect if my calculations are correct...

    maybe I can pull up the panel on the drivers side floor, pull out the foam the panel rests on, and replace it with MDF. then the amp could live under that panel, and it would still be strong...

    /random thoughts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brockley
    ok, so after some calculations, i'm kinda stumped as to a precise number for the airspace in the wheel well...
    my measurements are the spare well are (rounded to nearest .5 inch)
    top of well 27"x27"
    bottom of well 21"x23"
    depth of most parts 7.5"
    a 1.5" high ring around the spare tire mounting point 6"x9"

    im figuring it to be around 2.4 cubic feet

    and then I use fiberglass and .75 MDF for a lid... so we could say maybe 2.2 Cubic feet after all done?
    i guess I need to find somewhere else to run the amp, since my speakers want 1.1 ft... which works out about perfect if my calculations are correct...

    maybe I can pull up the panel on the drivers side floor, pull out the foam the panel rests on, and replace it with MDF. then the amp could live under that panel, and it would still be strong...

    /random thoughts
    I built a custom sub box for the rear of my wagon and it fits two Rockford Fosgate low profile 10" subs perfectly and you only lose 6" of depth. The sub box fits right behind the rear seat and fills the entire storage area, so you toss the carpet back over it and nobody even knows it is there (I also cover the subs with 1/4" perforated stainless steel mesh so you can use the storage space). There is about 20" of space at the front of the box and before the rear of the seat, so I integrated the amplifier/capacitor storage into the whole unit, that takes care of where to put your amplifier. I don't have good photos right now, but I've posted a link to one of them so you get the idea. My '90 wagon was rear ended about 1 1/2 years ago and it was a writeoff (I had the paint from the other car's hood on the bottom of my fuel tank!), but I have a JDM '94 Legacy Wagon EJ20H coming into port next week and all of my stereo equipment from the '90 will be going into that. I'll post a complete listing of my setup once it is finished.

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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    Currently I have,
    Pioneer avh-p5700dvd
    pioneer vehicle dynamics processor
    pioneer 12 disc changer
    phoenix gold tweeters
    kenwood 3-way 6.5s in front and rear
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    2 Alpine v12 amps 400w
    2 audiopipe 12's in a bandpass box

    also have compustar remote start security system w/ 2way paging remote, remote paging system, remote trunk release, and window rollup modules.

    future plans are a complete fiberglass enclosure with all new subs amps and speakers. Probably going to use Vibe audio since it is a line we sell at work and I can get for really cheap. I will also be adding more tv monitors and probably an Xbox 360.
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    Audio mods? I just joined, but I think I'm in the right place

    I have a 2008 LGT Limited with Nav
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    Front Speakers: Boston Acoustics Z6 with 2009 SPZ tweets
    Rear Speakers: Boston Acoustics Pro60
    Sub-woofers: 2xImage Dynamics ID8 in custom side box trunk enclosures (Pic is of drivers side, box is repaired as it was nearly destroyed in car accident in previous Legacy)

    Sound Processor: Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.2
    Amplifier: Rockford Fosgate 25 to life limited edition Power 1000 (5 channel)

    MP3: Western Digital WD TV integrated into OEM NAV

    Also fully sound deadened doors, both butyl and closed cell foam layers, as well as deadend trunk (no pics of install here)

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    Impressive installation - looks well done. Is the center bezel also custom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jey
    Impressive installation - looks well done. Is the center bezel also custom?
    What center bezel? You mean the Nav? That's stock. The only custom part inside is the carved up MY2005 radio.

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    Yeah I'm talking about the head unit. The big OEM knobs and stuff are gone and it's an aftermarket unit now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tougemachine
    Ok as of now i have an optima red top, zero gauge TIFF power wire W/100 amp fuse to a splitter. One goes to 8 gauge to an 800 watt blaupunked amp to 2, 400 watt each 3 way pioneer 6x9. The other is a 4 gauge to a 2000 watt hittron amp and a 2 farad capacitor pushing a KIcker CVR 15" sub.

    Pretty much have a hard time breathing in the back seat.
    Hey you got any pix of your setup? Where did you fit 6x9s ??? Interesting!
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    alpine ida-x200
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    and one 10" mtx thunder square
    in a molded fiberglass box on the passenger side
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    nice clean install ean. i too am one of the running clean freaks. i guess i picked it up at mecp school. lol.
    i dont have any pics of my door speakers or tweeters but their all soundstream as well.




    and this was my van before the subie. the entire contraption was in the process of being fiberglassed but i never got around to it.


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    some older jensen headunit. not sure on the model number right now
    some dual 6.5" I stole from my brother in the front doors.
    Stock in rear doors.
    Factory tweeters
    2 12" audiobahn 1251t i think they are
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    my setup:

    pioneer deh6100 head unit
    polk audio door speakers
    diesel audio bass processor
    zapco 1400w 2 channel amp running one JL audio 15w0 at about 700w
    mdx 1600 2 channel amp runnning two JL audio 15w6 at about 800w
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    .....can never have enough bass

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    head unit is the new Kenwood DDX-516...just amazing i tell ya

    Kenwood Performance Series KFC-P708 65w rated 280w peak....30hz-35000hz 91 db....upfront

    kenwood performance series KFC-1682ie (three way) 40w rated 240w peak....35-22000hz 92...backdoors


    Eclipse Dual Voice Coil 10 inch subs in ported box for my trunk


    Rockford Fosgate t.500.2 running the subs


    And for the components i have an ALPINE MRP-F300.4 amp no pic. but here's a link
    http://www.crutchfield.com/p_500MRPF300 ... ine&tp=115

    total system cost....deck online 465
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    alpine amp.................................200
    fosgate amp...............................375
    speakers (B1G1)..........................240
    install and box............................600
    total...........................................2110....overall i saved 125(subs) 150 (amp) 200 (deck) 120 (speakers)...savings around 750 but god does it sound amazing
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    install? you mean you didnt do it. that would have shaved another 500 off. i have mid grade soundstream everything (soundstream itself is already high quality) except the deck and i only paid 1300 for all mine

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    actual install was only 300...i had the cost of the alpine amp in that price, (misstype) still everything is incredible the highs extemely crisp although it could use some more mid punch but i think some dynamat or something along those lines in he next few months will clarify that up a bit, and my eclipse's are out of this world for being just 10's...i threw in a cd of the scorpions mixed with electric light orchestra and it sounds like a concert hall...also watch some x-men origins with the dvd display and sounds like i'm sittin in my uncles 8000$+ entertainment room...although we have different equipment you get what you pay for...my deck has navigation, xm, sirius, dvd, bluetooth, ipod, etc. all that would cost you roughly 800 in addition to your car if you go purchase them seperately on top of the price you paid for your deck so that would make us pretty close to even price wise
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    well and i didnt tell you that ive know the owner of the audio shop for about 7 years. so if anyone else walked in and got exactly what i got, it would be around 2k for them. i get crazy discounts cause he'll call me up at random times and need my help with an install (he doesnt have installers on staff...pursay) and he doesnt pay me for my help, he just gives me mad discounts on stuff. like one time i helped him with some easy stuff. and he knows my gf loves pink, plus he likes her anyway. so he threw me a pink LED underbody kit for her blazer for free. and it was the slimline LEDs instead of the big bulky tubes so it wasnt a cheap kit. thats why all my freinds come to me for audio cause they know i get discounts. but even still certain stuff gets kinda pricey. but like you said, you pay for what you get.

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    Re: Post your Audio Mods Here

    sounds:

    pioneer head unit
    kicker L5 12" in a 2ohm kicker box
    1000 watt crunch amp
    rockford fosgate puch speakers

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    For those who have not seen my set-up in my car post here is my set-up.

    Alpine Deck
    Diamond Audio components front and rear
    JL Audio Amps 500x4 and 250x1
    Duel subs (all i had when my JL sub died)

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