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  1. I saw that one. Do you think it's gtg? The last post says the port area is too big. Thanks!
  2. I have a pair of sundown sa 10 classics that I am giving my cousin. I am looking for a box design. I have never built a vented box but I have the tools and skills to build one. I just don't know what dimensions to use for a vented enclosure. I am giving him 5 old kicker zr amps, the subs will be powered by a zr 240 each. I know they will be under powered but they should get about 500 watts a piece. I am looking for either a zr 600 or 1000. But until then we will be using the 240s. The box will be going in the back of a 4 runner so it's nothing crazy design wise. I just need a basic
  3. I am just wondering what the difference between the audio control eqx, eql, and eqt are? I have a pair of eqx's and just bought an eql. And am looking at an eqt. I am an old school collector. But I would like to use one of these in one of my rides at least. Thanks!
  4. I've been building pcs since 1999. Do you have your parts or are you trying to buy everything and have someone put it together for you?
  5. Heya, I am getting ready to put a sub in my wifes 2014 Kia Sorrento. It has the upgraded infinity sound system but I need a little more oomph. I have a few different subs to choose from. I have 1 Sundown x8v3, 1 Sundown SA10 v2 and 4 Sundown SD4 12-2. I am leaning towards the x8 or sa10 But am not opposed to one of the 12s. I just think I want to build a bandpass box so as to protect it. I am going to be taking the 3rd row seat out and think there is plenty of room to mount a box and amp under there.  I will be using one of my old school amps either a mtx 225 ho or maybe one of my crossfire 30hc's. I also have a Audio Control LC2 with bass knob so I can turn it down when we don't want to bump. What do you think is the best option for my application? I would like it to be stealth as well as protected from groceries, strollers, etc. 

    Thanks for any advice from a fellow Eastern Washingtonian. 

    Jeff

  6. I have a Sd4 12 that I am thinking about building a small box into the rear quarter panel of my land cruiser for. But I think my box may end up on the small size. I also will be powering it by an old school Phoenix gold zx500. All of my equipment is old school aside from the sundown. I do have some other more powerful amps. But I have matching pg amps powering everything else. Thanks Jeff
  7. So of this months purchases. I've got some PG stuff on the way and a few other things. I'll get a better pic when it all shows up.
  8. I've been ordering stuff and I am for sure putting them in quarantine.
  9. Do you know if that alternator will fit a 95 land cruiser? I am having the same issue finding a bigger than 80 amp alternator...
  10. I love the neo quick detach. Such a great idea. And I've watched your videos proving they conduct well. Shocked that it took so long for someone to figure that out. Brilliant idea. I think I am going to get some for my old school build. I just need to figure out for sure how many subs I will be running. I'm still trying to get my hands on 2 more Orion 2ntense dvc 12s.
  11. Heya, I notice you live in eastern wa and know how to design a box. I live in Leavenworth and could use some advice. I have plenty of experience with the actual construction but designing a 4th order is new to me. Any advice or help will be greatly appreciated. I will be using my old school system from the 90s. The subs are 2 orion dvc 12 inch 2ntense. They will be powered by a ppi pc 2100 and an audio control 2xs crossover. 

     

    here is a link to their specs

    https://oldschoolcaraudio.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/2ntsub.pdf

     

    Here is a link to my first post about the install

    https://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/215947-my-old-school-gear-getting-ready-for-an-install/?tab=comments#comment-3234649

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