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  1. Do you still have a Kicker WXRC? Please let me know

  2. Now that we have everything out of the back, I do not have a pic of the D1400 rack removed, we will start the process of putting it all back together. First up we have a pallet of XS Power Batteries arrive. We will be using 21 D1600(16v) for the bass amps, and 8 D3400(12v) for the mids/highs. Time to build a proper steel battery rack.
  3. Tear down of the back end. There was alot of fun hidden behind those trim panels.
  4. Whats up SMD, been awhile! I wanted to take a bit and share a new project that I have in my shop right now. Most of you are probably familiar with the Mechman Hearse, I mean it is pretty hard to miss! The hearse was dropped off to me a couple weeks back to get a refresh and partial rebuild. My focus will be mainly in the back with the batteries and amps. Maybe a few new touches to the box but the 12 DC Audio Level 5 15s and the 4th order will be staying. So that is enough talking, on with the pics! Let me know what you think as we go!!!
  5. Now that we have everything out of the back, I do not have a pic of the D1400 rack removed, we will start the process of putting it all back together. First up we have a pallet of XS Power Batteries arrive. We will be using 21 D1600(16v) for the bass amps, and 8 D3400(12v) for the mids/highs. Time to build a proper steel battery rack.
  6. Tear down of the back end. There was alot of fun hidden behind those trim panels.
  7. Whats up SMD, been awhile! I wanted to take a bit and share a new project that I have in my shop right now. Most of you are probably familiar with the Mechman Hearse, I mean it is pretty hard to miss! The hearse was dropped off to me a couple weeks back to get a refresh and partial rebuild. My focus will be mainly in the back with the batteries and amps. Maybe a few new touches to the box but the 12 DC Audio Level 5 15s and the 4th order will be staying. So that is enough talking, on with the pics! Let me know what you think as we go!!!
  8. Crescendo BC3500 on our Amp Dyno

  9. I am proud to announce that Droppin' HZ Car Audio has officially partnered with Puzzle Car & Truck Show to bring you a 2X DB Drag Event in Buena Vista, Virginia on April 23rd 2016! Entry will be $30 for both classes and for demo guys only. Spectators are free. http://www.termpro.com/asp/officialevent.asp?EventID=15490 FB Event Link >>https://www.facebook.com/events/1638082616409973/ All proceeds go to benefit the Blue Ridge Autism Achievement Center. Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center’s mission is to serve children and families who are faced with unique learning challenges, specifically autism and learning disabilities, in and around the Roanoke Valley. I am working on adding 1-2 more organizations for at least 1x events as well.
  10. I am proud to announce that Droppin' HZ Car Audio has officially partnered with Puzzle Car & Truck Show to bring you a 2X DB Drag Event in Buena Vista, Virginia on April 23rd 2016! Entry will be $30 for both classes if you would like to compete and $30 for those of you who would like to come out just to demo and hang out. http://www.termpro.com/asp/officialevent.asp?EventID=15490 FB Event Link >>https://www.facebook.com/events/1638082616409973/ All proceeds go to benefit the Blue Ridge Autism Achievement Center. Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center’s mission is to serve children and families who are faced with unique learning challenges, specifically autism and learning disabilities, in and around the Roanoke Valley. I am working on adding 1-2 more organizations for at least 1x events as well.
  11. I dont think I posted this one yet. One of the many uses of the SMD IMSG, it can be used to find the resonant frequency of the sealed side of a 4th order. This is done before putting the loading wall on. Here is is showing my peak frequency at 51hz. Now have to keep in mind that these are freshly built subs that are very stiff. Once they break in, this will change. On average we usually see about a 3-5hz drop on this once fully broken in which we need to allow for when tuning the port. In this case I think I am going to go with a tuning of 46hz.
  12. I really hate bondo. Just this little bit of sanding reaffirmed that feeling.
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