I have a 2003 Hyundai accent.
It was taken great care of before me & I invested a ton of parts and labor to restore it all back to factory fresh. It now is sold for the next 130,000miles or 8-10 years.
Anyways. I've been telling myself I'm not going to do another stereo for a long time because what I did to my aspire albeit amazing. Costs a ton of money.
Well I'm always daydreaming about my next stereo and the other day I pulled the trigger on the infinity kappa k4 + infinity kappa k1000 amps.
I still need to do some planning before ordering the rest of my stuff.
Just gonna order piece by piece over time until I have everything.
I'm gonna settle on the pioneer deh p80rs since the 99rs is so expensive or else I'd jump on that.
So far I'm going with the kappa perfect 500 for the front & rear speakers (unless I find out they won't fit, but will check clearances before ordering). I'd love to put the midrange speaker on the fronts, but only the tweet & midwoof in the rear. That way focus is up front.
I'd also like to stick with the infinity kappa 1200w subs if possible.
If I can get 2 of them in a custom built rear parcel shelf infinite baffle style I'll be happy.
This car is my daily driver work vehicle. & I need all the trunk space I can get.
So I need to do this in a way that will conserve trunk space.
I'm thinking if I could build a wooden parcel shelf template that I could use it to raise the subs a bit higher so that the magnets don't dip so far into the trunk.
The sub situation will be the part that is still being figured put before I order any parts.
I'm even considering squeezing an 18" sub in that shelf if possible.
Anyone got any suggestions for me relating to infinite baffle since this will be new to me.
The equipment will be capable, just will need some pointers here and there.
work in construction is kicking right now so I may be busy and not log in for a while. My timeframe for planning, ordering parts, install and finished I'm aiming for before the end of the year depending on when I have time to work on it.
I just love the planning phase. I think it's the most important part. & if you do it well the whole job just comes together perfectly in the end.
My last vehicle was an all infinity kappa build & I was very impressed with its performance.
I've noticed they put out a whole new product line out so I've decide to stay loyal to the brand & order all their top shelf parts for a new system. I'm positive I will not be disappointed.