he's correct sounds great, and everything works like factory!!yes ^ and it sounds really good!
Is there a way you could show pictures of this setup? Where did you get the box from? I'm looking for some solid bass, but nothing truck rattling or ear piercing. I just want a little extra. Thanks in advance!he's correct sounds great, and everything works like factory!!
that sounds like a pretty good price!!So what is a decent price for a single sub & amp set up installed?
I realize the quality of components can play a huge role in this, but maybe just a gen cost over view!
The main reason I ask is I went to our local stereo shop yesterday & got a quote for a 10" memphis sub in box, amp not sure what brand installed for $455! I didn't think this was a bad deal!
What do you all think?
The amount of bass you turn up from the radio will determine the amount of bass signal the amp will receive. But he amp also will have a gain control. So if you turn the bass up just under half way on the radio and you have a decent class d amp (almost always a one channel amp) you will be able to turn the gain up on the amp half way or better and get good quality bass and be able to turn your factory door speakers (your highs or mids) up about all the way and have a good combination of bass and voice.Is the bass adjustable just through the radio settings or is there an external adjustment?
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It's a rather simple process really. Do it yourself and save some cash! :thumb:Looks like its time to add a touchscreen, sub and amp. I'm hoping I can get it all for $1000 or less installed??
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Agreed. I can tell you right now that it is as easy as 1-2-3. It's just a time consuming process. It will take you at least 6 hours if your doing everything. Maybe less if your not putting in door speakers. Just let me know what all your going to do and I will break it down for you.It's a rather simple process really. Do it yourself and save some cash! :thumb: