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Unread 12-06-2018, 04:34 PM   #301
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I got a pioneer class d amp going in the dash for the subs.. fosgate punch 10's. Four 6.5s in the dash on a two channel amp. Gotta mount it in the back. I bought a cheap double din receiver mainly for the backup camera, going to use it like a rear view. Still a lot of work to do before the install. Gotta spray bedliner on everything. Going to lithium conversion as well. Should be a couple of months before done!
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Unread 01-09-2019, 04:10 AM   #302
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Clarion HU with JL Audio speakers and an amplified Bazooka Tube stuffed between the seats. Really happy with the sound and fit. Added a remote bass control knob too.














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Unread 02-15-2019, 02:22 PM   #303
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Clarion HU with JL Audio speakers and an amplified Bazooka Tube stuffed between the seats. Really happy with the sound and fit. Added a remote bass control knob too.



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Nice choice. Those JL Marine speakers absolutely RIP!

Add a little 40x2 amp on them and they will REALLY come to life. Line the cavity behind them with dynamat, and stuff it with polyfill (just to help with any rattles) and you won't need that bazooka tube anymore
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Not the best sounding system, but more bang for your buck than I have ever seen.

Dayton audio 2.1 Bluetooth amplifier board- $35
Phillips TV full range speakers- $2.35/pair (really!)
Polk Audio marine 8 subwoofer-$40

Made it into a totally stealth system using an acrylic drink tub as a sub box under the rear body (spaced with rubber bushings), the TV speakers fit either side of the dash perfectly, mounted the amp in an old charger housing that I made a cover out of tinted plexiglass for. Amp has built in Bluetooth, 2x25 and 1x100 Watts, fully adjustable crossover, sub volume, bass and treble, and main volume adjustments. The quality of sound is fantastic, it gets loud, and has some thump. Would put this up against any sound bar, head unit based system, or $300 system any day.

Less than $80!!!!


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Unread 06-10-2019, 07:08 AM   #305
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Does anybody know what Head unit Mount that is? I'm guessing Rkiley09 isn't coming back to answer my question, I was also curious how he mounted it.
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Unread 06-11-2019, 08:32 AM   #306
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This is the start of mine. Will be adding more speakers down the road. 6.5 full range with the voltage reducer and fuse block mounted behind the dash.


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Unread 06-11-2019, 12:57 PM   #307
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Let us knwo how that pyle head unit does for you. The reviews are literally all over the place on amazon
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Let us knwo how that pyle head unit does for you. The reviews are literally all over the place on amazon


Works pretty well. The built in amp is fairly strong and clear but I have the option to add external amps if I wanted too. Had the same one in my boat with 4 of the same speakers on a 400w amp and it did the trick cruising the bay at 30mph.


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not as fancy as most of these but does the trick. I used speakers from some other home made radios I had. Both were off of ATV radios that I had built in the past. 2 6x9s and 2 6" round speakers. Loud enough for me to cruise around and thats about all I need.
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