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Default So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

I feel sick. I've never dropped this much money on car audio at one time in my life, and I feel a little lightheaded. For those that haven't seen, here's the system diagram:



Install will technically start next week when I pay the local shop to run techflexed 16 gauge wire through the pain in the ass molex connectors in the door. For me, it's worth it to have them knock that out for me.

I'm going to take over my friend's garage over the Thanksgiving holiday and deaden the floor pan, roof, trunk, and rear deck with 160 square feet of Raammat BXT and ensolite. While the car is apart, I'm going to run and anchor all the wires and install the x001. Later, I'll tackle the doors individually, but I'll have to do the baffles for the mids, so I want to make sure i can take my time.

Then I have to get the tweeters mounted in the a-pillars. My pillars are already covered in cloth, so i'm going to cut the plastic away from the pillar around where the tweeter goes, then mount the tweeter with straps so it just pushes on the cloth when the pillar is secured. I'll have to test and make sure the cloth is acoustically transparant...if not, i'll have to buy some, but no biggie there.

After that, it's the custom baffles in the rear deck to mount the MW190's. I have 3/8" thick fatigue mat that I'm going to use as a thick gasket to help fill all the irregularities. I'll go back over the edges with silicone as well. The baffles will be a hybrid of 13 ply birch, mdf, and 1/2" oak plywood. I figure the more conflicting resonances, the better. After baffles are set up, I'm going to carpet them, as well as the rear deck, so everything looks clean.

The amp, 701, and distro blocks will be anchored in the floor of the trunk where the rear seats fold down. I'm going to anchor a panel between the struts, secure the gear down, then build a simple cover to go over it. Heavy duty mesh will go over the opening to provide air flow.

As an aesthetic project, I bought this sign off of ebay:



and will mount it on a piece of mdf between the gaps of the rear seats. The board will fill the whole seat opening to help seal for the IB install, and will anchor to the back of the seat struts. I'm going to use white leds or a neon bar to light it. I'd like to figure a way to tint the box around 'authentic fidelity' red, but I don't think I can do it and make the logo look correct.

Anyways, that's my plan for the next few months. Maybe next year I'll consider going 3 way up front, but I'm going to see what I can do with just the 2 way set.
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Default Re: So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

Congrats! Great equipment, cant wait to see the install. Couple of questions though.

Didnt you have a different HU? If so, why did you go X001? Just curious since I am still trying to decide if thats the way I want to go.

Second, could you (please) do a DIY on how you did your system diagram? I checked out the program you said you used in the other thread of yours and still didnt get it, so a simple step by step would be great! I'm sure others would love it too!!
(Maybe put it in the tutorial section?)

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Nice audio system diagram. I LOVE it!!! Can't wait to see it installed in your ride. Good luck

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Hope it all goes well with the install. Post plenty of pics and reviews.

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Default Re: So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

1. Open up MSPaint
2. Go to Image > Attributes
3. Make it any size you want (the larger the better)
4. Copy and paste the pictures you have and move as you like
5. Save as png.

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Default Re: So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

what program did you use to make that diagram? any chance I can get you to do one for me?

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You can do that in Paint.

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Dam doood, it's a hard knock life for you....!!!!! Lol.... I'll be waiting egarly to see this one started...!!!! Dyns are my goal in life, not quite there "yet"

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Default Re: So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

J,
I tell you what man. Get me the ID & OD of those speakers and I'll ask my machinist if he can cut me some out of 3/8" cutting board. I can't guarantee anything since it's short notice, but I'll at least ask.


Edit: They're the same ones I have. I can get the dims myself. He's left for the day, but I'll ask tomorrow. If it's worth it to you for me to even ask, of course.

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Bikinpunk, i appreciate it, but I have no clue what the whole baffle will have to look like. I'll hit you up when I get to that point.

For everyone asking about the program, that's all paint. I used the 2nd thickest line for the connections, then used the thinnest line with white to make the RCA's look like they're going under the other wires.

On the images, crutchfield can get you new pics, google images can get you others, and my Dyn pictures actually came from Dynaudio. I emailed them and they sent them.

I did at one time have a 9887, but I needed a single din optical unit, and the 9965 is overpriced, has glidetouch, and uses old gen ipod connect, so it was out. The S624 was my solution to that. Since fast ipod was my main concern (btw everything i have is ripped at 320 ), I went with the deck that specializes in it. The changer will be mounted in the glove box.

On this install, I was oficially done with settling for what I could afford at the moment, and decided to get what I wanted. On the dyn's, i wanted good midbass and something in the Dyn level of quality. In the past, I've burned myself out with always having a half finished install and never being able to just relax and listen to the damn thing. While looking for speakers, I heard several killer reviews on the Dynaudio subs, so I had already settled on that. Combine that with the relatively shallow mounting depth of the 162's and case closed.

I'm going to take tons of pics along the way, and hopefully I'll have this thing ready for the lanes this upcoming season.

I think Owen Wilson said it best when he said, "I got that excited/scared feeling. Like 98% excited, 2% scared. Or maybe it's more. It could be, it could be 98% scared, 2% excited but that's what makes it so intense, it's so - confused. I can't really figure it out..."
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very nice. in the end you will be happy with the money you spent. processing power FTW!!!

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Default Re: So I just finished buying the last part of my stereo

thanks. i absolutely love the clean look of the Dyn subs. I think that will work well hanging from the rear deck.

Also, I've loved that Audison amp ever since I first saw it and read the specs on it.

Really the only thing i'm not 100% happy with is the deck. Hopefully Alpine will come out with something better that I can upgrade to in a year or two.
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Bikinpunk, i appreciate it, but I have no clue what the whole baffle will have to look like. I'll hit you up when I get to that point.
I see. You're not talking about making a perfect circle baffle, rather one that has some odd shape.

If you go perfect circle (as I did) it shouldn't be any trouble to get you one made up. Just let me know.

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what program did you use to make that diagram? any chance I can get you to do one for me?
I actually prefer to use Word, then take a screen capture and save that as a .jpg.

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...couldn't he just right click the image and save it?

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Nice equipment!

How large of a box are you going to put those mw190s in?? how do you plan to cross them over?
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they're going IB in the rear deck. The trunk is the box. I'll start crossing them at 63Hz, and we'll go from there.
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Nice gear! Congrats.

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...couldn't he just right click the image and save it?

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Are you talking about on word? ...

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k, i was confused.

you're saying you use word to arrange your images? is that so you can get them lined up better?
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k, i was confused.

you're saying you use word to arrange your images? is that so you can get them lined up better?
Yea, word or powerpoint. Actually PPT may be a little easier because it doesn't try to make margins and all that crap.

Just copy and paste images into PPT and then draw your lines. I did mine that way once.

After you finish, just do a "print screen" and then paste that image into ms paint. Cut away what you don't want and then save it as a jpg.

It sounds like more than it really takes. It's actually quite simple.

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lol, to me the print screen is an extra step. just do it in paint and save.
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lol, to me the print screen is an extra step. just do it in paint and save.
I've never been good with paint.

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