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Old 03-10-2007, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default My System install (finally)

Alright i have been working on this for a good four months now at least. I always said that i never really cared for a system install, but I since I started as a home-theater salesman at Best buy, That employee discount lured me in. (RF speaker cable: regular=16.99, me=2.99) I didnt build my system around bass either, I mostly listen to Praise and Worship and Christian Rock, So mine is more aobut clarity and loudness than bass, but that typeR still hits. I saved almost half on all the stuff I bought and everytthing came from my store excpet my two kenwoods, subthump box and rack, and Humount Camaro Z28 bracket. (still waitng on that one)

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~Kenwood 9152D Mono Amp (1800 watts, 900rms)
~Kenwood 8452 4/3/2 channel Amp (70rms per channel)
~Infinity reference 6.5's in the sails ( these were in the car since i got the car, i just moved them form the doors to the sail panel
~//////lLPINE typeR SPR-17LS components in the doors/tweeters on the little triangle
~//////lLPINE typeR SWR-1042D sub wired @ ohms
~//////lLPINE CDA-9857 headunit with the iPod connection (THE MOST AWESOME THING EVER!)
~Subthump stealthbox and amprack
~Rockford Fosgate wires

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my amprack-crossovers for typeR's
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King Kong in my trunk:
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My infinitys ( I have put the other 2 screws in since then)
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The best headunit EVER!!! and the bass remote for the 9152
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The Master @ work on my tweets:
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Looking good One concern, looks like the Type-R sub is very close to hitting the amp.
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those pics dont do it justice, and i didnt realize how close it looks unitl i posted the pictures. There is alot more room than you think. As hard as ive pushed it, i still havent made contact
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The best headunit EVER!!!
I beg to differ Even my 880 isn't the best.
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Old 03-10-2007, 07:21 PM   #5
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I beg to differ Even my 880 isn't the best.
I came from a JENSEN. anything is the best thing ever

But the truth is i love this one, the ipod function is amazing, and the looks are great. Then like i said, i got it for about $180ish new (retail=$349.99, online=$240ish)
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Have you test fitted the TTops in the trunk? Those can come extremely close to touching the sub.
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try to clean up the amp rack a little bit, I see too many wires. hows that type arrhh sound in the stealth box?
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