Thanks. Always movin forward. This was supposed to by a simpler build too.Love it! Looks awesome! I think each build you do, you one-up your last build!
That looks heavy.
Are the Amps secured on both sides or just the exposed side?
How is the sound of the sub upfiring in an SUV?
I really want to do an enclosure like yours with two 15"s just wondering if you have any pros/cons to the sound. Currently have two 12's downfiring, but think the hollow cargo space is affecting certain frequencys...dont know for sure but only thing I have yet to try is to do like yours and make the cargo the actual enclosure. plus will gain extra storage space for stuff.
Just checking. Did you leave enough space for the sub excursion?This particular setup I haven't heard but I used to have a magnum with 4 - 8"s in the same configuration. It sounded good enough for me not to hesitate to do it again. The extra storage is just a bonus.
Did you switch from the audiofrog sub to something else? Ground Zero? Just curious about why you switched if you did. Thanks
What's up my man. Has been a minute. Hope all is well on your end too.Hey Brad! Been a while! Hope all is well!
Your build is great! Those amps are beastly and look like they mean business.
They kinda remind me of the TRU amps...I've heard great things!
I love that sub, hope you do too!
Can't wait for you to fire the system up and get your impressions....I'd like to hear your thoughts on going from a Ram to this rad Grand Cherokee when it comes to how the audio sounds. I've had my eyes on the Grand Cherokee for years now. Great build, great work man!
It looks like, if you needed it or if it would lower the Q of the box, that you could build a little air space in underneath the amp rack itself since they are on those risers.
Two ideas came to my mind: 1. Add some aluminum accents in the form of trim pieces, or cutout shapes? 2. Work the company logos into the cover somehow with Lexan and backlit, etc.?My original plan was to do some cut outs around the sub but it's a little too close to the amp cut out than I would like to have done what I planned so I'm tossing around some ideas. What y'all think.
Mad ms paint skills in 3...2...1...
My plan is to wrap the top piece in carpet to match the rest of the interior and the bottom piece in vinyl or suede or something. Not sure yet
I feel it looks a little too plain as it sits now. One recommendation was some raised foam insert which could be pretty cool. Any other ideas or recommendations.
Ground Frog logo! If either company pays me I'll gladly post their logos all over my shit. There's definitely gonna be some plexi and LEDs. The edges will be chamfered or rounded to clean it up. I like the aluminum idea too. Gotta see how I can work that inTwo ideas came to my mind: 1. Add some aluminum accents in the form of trim pieces, or cutout shapes? 2. Work the company logos into the cover somehow with Lexan and backlit, etc.?
Really digging it. Those templates sure are nice. I don't think it looks too plain but ms paint option number two would be my vote if you go that route.