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The customer wanted something with incredible sound quality that would get nice and loud.So I hooked him up with (2) pairs of Focal Polyglass 165 VR's.Each pair comes with (2) 6.5"s, (2) 1.75" tweeters, and (2) crossovers. Both pairs were ran off of a Rockford Fosgate T600-2. Source unit is a AVIC-F90BT that I put in a while back.Stinger wiring all throughout.Wanted to do it a little differently than previous new Escalades, Tahoes, etc, so I mounted the amp under the front console where it would be completely concealed and hidden from view.No one will be jacking this kid's system :acute:

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Edited by JBurt09, 15 September 2009 - 06:01 PM.


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Nice work.
Any subs? and hows it sound?

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Very nicee!!! what's the lubriderm for? lol
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Wait, are those RCA's run that close to power wire?

Looks good. I like how lyou hid the amp.
My comp setup (Not bad for what it is):
HP Compaq Presario V6120US laptop with:
15.4" widescreen
AMD Turion 64 X2 1.6GHz processor
2x1GB stick DDR2 SDRAM (667 Mhz)
Seagate Momentus 500GB SATA HDD
128MB shared video memory
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
12 cell Lithium Ion battery (actual battery usage time: 6 hours)
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Very nicee!!! what's the lubriderm for? lol

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:rofl: Do you have a sunroof? haha

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Nice work.
Any subs? and hows it sound?


Thanks.No subs.....yet ;) The customer is out of state at college and I'll be putting the bass in when he gets back in town.

Sounds extremely nice.Great high fidelity sound reproduction throughout and especially nice mid-bass response.

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Wait, are those RCA's run that close to power wire?

Looks good. I like how lyou hid the amp.


Those RCA's are only 3 feet long.They run right out of the F90's front pre-outs, back away from the power wire, and back into the amp.Don't worry there was 0 noise.

Thanks.I wanted to do it different and it worked out perfect.

Edited by JBurt09, 15 September 2009 - 06:33 PM.


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Very nicee!!! what's the lubriderm for? lol



to keep his hands moisturized on those long long road trips duh! :rofl: :01nocomment8so: :01nocomment8so:



looks really cool, what model are those comps?



edit: i didnt read first post:P

Edited by loganberry, 15 September 2009 - 06:35 PM.

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what if they tried messing with the amps when the subs werent louder :ehh: hahah jk :pardon:


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dont they say to not run the amp that close as it will cause interference with the amp and stereo's signal?

That's why they don't deliver.
Yer ass better go sit along the side of the road and wait.
You can't expect them to travel up some dirt road in a hick / back woods town. Thats how horror movies start :D


I explain things very simply and use analogies in terms of Pickles, and grape drink, pool noodles and jackhammers...if you can't put 2 and 2 together there man, There simply is not much more I can do.


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Those RCA's are only 3 feet long.They run right out of the F90's front pre-outs, back away from the power wire, and back into the amp.Don't worry there was 0 noise.

Thanks.I wanted to do it different and it worked out perfect.


OK. Looks really good.
My comp setup (Not bad for what it is):
HP Compaq Presario V6120US laptop with:
15.4" widescreen
AMD Turion 64 X2 1.6GHz processor
2x1GB stick DDR2 SDRAM (667 Mhz)
Seagate Momentus 500GB SATA HDD
128MB shared video memory
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
12 cell Lithium Ion battery (actual battery usage time: 6 hours)
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On a USB 2.0 Wireless card

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JBurt09

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dont they say to not run the amp that close as it will cause interference with the amp and stereo's signal?


Not to run the amp that close to what?Power wire?Speaker wire?

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AS FAR AS THE LUBRIDERM GOES:

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Haha just kidding.I meant to ask him about that when he came to pick the truck up, but it was early in the morning when he came and I was still half-asleep.I could only imagine the the excuses.Haha.

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nver mind about that

Edited by Beanz, 15 September 2009 - 06:44 PM.

That's why they don't deliver.
Yer ass better go sit along the side of the road and wait.
You can't expect them to travel up some dirt road in a hick / back woods town. Thats how horror movies start :D


I explain things very simply and use analogies in terms of Pickles, and grape drink, pool noodles and jackhammers...if you can't put 2 and 2 together there man, There simply is not much more I can do.


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OK. Looks really good.


Thanks I appreciate it man.

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teh stereo that close to the amp


Not sure.I guess I could see how it could possibly pose a problem but it didn't in this install.And the head unit itself is about 1 1/2 feet away from the amp separated by multiple layer of plastic.