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Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 5:50 pm
by dohc5spd2dr
Hello. I thought we could all post our individual A/V setups in here. I'll start. 97 Coupe.

Pioneer DEH-6800MP head unit.
Blaupunkt 5.25" component set in doors,
One JBL GTO804 8" sub
JBL CS60.4 front output for the components, rear channels bridged to the 8" sub.
I have 4 Guage Power and Grounds to a distribution block for the Amp(s)

All in all, it is decent sound for the sum of it's parts. I plan to upgrade each piece, piece by piece.

This is the goal setup:
Same head unit, Replace the Blaupunkts with JBL GTO507C Components, as they are 2 Ohm sets, and will maximize the output of the amp. JBL GTO301.1II Mono Amp, with a JBL P1022 10" Dual-Voice Coil Subwoofer, and a Custom enclosure.

As soon as it warms up, I'll get pics, and update progress as it happens.


-Patrick

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 5:57 pm
by APN
Alpine head unit, nothing else.

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:15 pm
by dohc5spd2dr
stkneon wrote:Alpine head unit, nothing else.
lol, no speakers?

"stock speakers"

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:23 pm
by APN
dohc5spd2dr wrote:
stkneon wrote:Alpine head unit, nothing else.
lol, no speakers?

"stock speakers"
:D

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:35 pm
by Lackof
6.5 Coxial MTX
6x9 Triaxle Speakers
Pioneer DEH7300MP

Great setup for a cabin IMO ... i don't need anything advanced and i don't want anything advanced.

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:36 pm
by unlivedage
Kenwood cd/mp3/sirius satelite
sony 6 1/2's
kenwood 6x9's
2-1 farad caps
100 watt hexfet amp for 6x9's
800 watt audiobahn intake series
2 polk db12's

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:42 pm
by 98moparR/T
pioneer deh06800mp headunit
factory door speakers
jenson tweeters
pioneer 6x9s
candence amp
kicker L7 in matching box

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Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 7:06 pm
by jrm868s
No audio at all


Weight reduction ftw! :thumbleft:

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 8:13 pm
by robert 'bob' paulson
Headunit - Pioneer DEH-15
Front - Pioneer TS-A1681R 6-1/2" 4-Way Speakers
Rear - Sony Xplod XS-R6911 6x9's

i also used to have in there:
Subs- (2) Sony Xplod XSL1037

Amps-2 Pioneer GM-5100T (subs), 1 Sony Xplode XM-222W (6x9'S), 1 Alpine (door & dash)

and then i replaced the subs with 2 Kicker Solo-Baric L7's pushed with an Xtant 6.1. the real shame is that the subs and amps are just collecting dust in the garage. :cry:

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:11 pm
by BCoN
Old setup: top of the line (at the time) non-amplified Alpine head unit, JL Audio 6 3/4" Component sets with swivel mount dome tweeter in both doors, powered via a Pyle 360 DSM amplifier (old), three Rockford Fosgate 10" dual voice coil subwoofers powered by a Rockford Fosgate amplifier (model unknown; amplification and channel # unknown @ ?? Ohms).

All stock speakers were removed. At the moment my subwoofers are in my closet and I'm preparing to remove the amplifier that powered them along with the wiring back to the other amplifier as I can't remove the other amplifier because it powers the head unit and component sets.

New setup: Basically where it is at now because less weight is better and I grew out of the loud music phase.

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:15 pm
by dohc5spd2dr
BCoN wrote:
New setup: Basically where it is at now because less weight is better and I grew out of the loud music phase.
LOL. I was there before. I got rid of all the stereo stuff, and was all into the gut the car go fast! Now I am back to nice stereo stuff. Not the 1800watts and 2 12's, but nice and clean.


-Patrick

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:04 pm
by BCoN
Oh, I'm not gutting the car. :)

Just putting it on a small diet. I still have all interior carpeting, dash and panels. I've only removed the rear seat, belts and some sound deadner so far.

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:27 pm
by dohc5spd2dr
BCoN wrote:Oh, I'm not gutting the car. :)

Just putting it on a small diet. I still have all interior carpeting, dash and panels. I've only removed the rear seat, belts and some sound deadner so far.
Yea. That's how mine started :wink:

But My wife and I recentl bought a new 07 Camry SE V-6, and it has the Premium JBL stereo. The clarity is AMAZING. I got jealous, lol, and got my interest in stereo equipment back in action.

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 10:32 pm
by BCoN
Yeah, I think I am gonna keep my subwoofers and whatnot to stick in another vehicle when I get the $$$ for a beater. SQ is all it is about for me when I want to be in a comfy vehicle and that's what the old setup did best.

I here ya on the jealousy part, my dad has a 2,000 watt SQ(:lol:) system in his LH New Yorker. I can't remember all the specs but I'm confident in saying he has around $3k in the current setup. It's pretty wicked for a guy who is going on 50.

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 11:26 pm
by dohc5spd2dr
BCoN wrote:Yeah, I think I am gonna keep my subwoofers and whatnot to stick in another vehicle when I get the $$$ for a beater. SQ is all it is about for me when I want to be in a comfy vehicle and that's what the old setup did best.

I here ya on the jealousy part, my dad has a 2,000 watt SQ(:lol:) system in his LH New Yorker. I can't remember all the specs but I'm confident in saying he has around $3k in the current setup. It's pretty wicked for a guy who is going on 50.
That is sweet!