Hello my name is kris- I quite enjoyed your build! I have a brz myself and am in a quandary of sorts, I was hoping you could lend some opinion in the matter. I am torn on actually using a subwoofer at all(if i do it will be a si bmkv) currently going in are si tm65(v1) midbass, hybrid l3se mids in stockish locations on the dash, and l1pror2 ring radiators going (off axis) in the a pillars( if i dont muk up the fiberglass work). I recall you mentioning you thought it was passable running just the tm65s for low end duty( i know it will not be the same) Do you have any more recent opinions on the matter, I am torn because I want to keep weight down and sub-less i can kick my 2 amp plan and just run a arc xdi1200.6 besides not adding what little the sibmkv weighs. I apologize if this was long winded, I wanted to provide ample information so as not to keep pestering you. Thank you for any thoughts you may have given your experience with the chassis and si drivers.
Hope all is finding you well. I continue to ping Mark W. without sucess. I do hope is okay and is finding peace. I have a question posted but no takers as yet. Curious as to your thoughts on the following: System is an Alpine INE-W957HD, Helix SDP Pro, Audison Voce 5.1k (driving tweets, mids and subs), Audison Voce Quattro (driving mid bass). Here's the question: I am considering going full digital. Helix suppliess 2 ch stereo digital output. Will I lose independent channel control for EQ, TA, etc? I think I will but need to cnfirm. Audiotec hasn't reponded to this question emailed to them last week and I am in the middle of the install and need some guidance. Thanks In Advance.
HEY JASON! hope all is well with you . i read your review of the SI BMIV. i was wondering if you had it wired as an 8 ohm load and what type of power you feed it. i am about to pull the trigger next week. you really inspired me with your review. hope you are doing well, steve. i am hoping to be able to be at your next gtg. i got a job and i work weekends. so i hope to take a vacation and come thru . best wishes, steve