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Default 2008 Porsche 997.1 install by Steve Cook

he started it today, system is as follows:

kenwood double din deck
dynaudio esotar 110 in custom pillars
dynaudio esotaar 430 in fiberglass pods in the doors
morel 9" midbass/woofers in the doors
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where do i find customers like you..

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where do i find customers like you..
memphis, tn. however, you may not want me as one, very high expectations

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memphis, tn. however, you may not want me as one, very high expectations
High expectations is a way of life at this point lol

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Default Re: 2008 Porsche 997.1 install by Steve Cook

Looking forward to seeing what’s done with this build.

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Default Re: 2008 Porsche 997.1 install by Steve Cook

few pics
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I am really excited to see this one!!!!
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where do i find customers like you..

Follow some of the advice I gave you in the earlier post about opening your shop is a great start. Get a portfolio together and start showing up with a demo vehicle to the local highline luxury dealerships. Attention to Detail and reliability will get you far. Also, taking the time to protect the vehicle like what Steve does here using clear plastic are all signs of someone who is a professional and respectful of the client and their vehicle.
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little progress
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Cool build. Best friend has a 2001 911 Cabriolet with a mild system in it. This looks like it will be fascinating to see built up!

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Passive Crossovers, really?!
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Great choice for headunit, love my Kenwood DDX9705s.


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Guess passive crossovers are frowned upon. Im using passives in my truck along with a dsp. I dont see an issue
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Guess passive crossovers are frowned upon. Im using passives in my truck along with a dsp. I dont see an issue
only if folks do not know what they are doing or using cheap passives

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Guess passive crossovers are frowned upon. Im using passives in my truck along with a dsp. I dont see an issue
only if folks do not know what they are doing or using cheap passives
Do you only use dynaudio in your builds. I looked at a few and thats what i see. Ive never used them myself
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almost done
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Do you only use dynaudio in your builds. I looked at a few and thats what i see. Ive never used them myself
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Beautiful work so far. Curious about the tweeter aiming...care to share? Always looking to learn.
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Beautiful work so far. Curious about the tweeter aiming...care to share? Always looking to learn.
I dont know but from past experiences having them like that can create a center channel without actually having a center channel

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1 thing im not understanding is that you have 2 sets of passive crossovers. Id like to know mkre about that

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1 thing im not understanding is that you have 2 sets of passive crossovers. Id like to know mkre about that

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If you click on the pics it becomes clear, there is one set for the low frequency’s (mid bass) and another set with band pass (mids) and high pass (tweeters) it basically makes the footprint of the crossovers smaller and easier to hide somewhere if space is at a premium

To the OP do they not crimp forks on where they go into the crossovers? Seems like bare wires under all the terminals or is this a pre finished picture? Doesn’t matter either way I guess, I’d just prefer to see forks crimped on the speaker cables at that point, just little details like that would bug me

Keep the pics coming though, it’s looking good so far, should sound good with a bit of tweaking and setup 👍🏼
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I dig the the build and whole car !! Need a Cnc for arylic rings baked to perfection


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