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IndianaBassHead

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About IndianaBassHead

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  1. I thought about this, it seems to be the only option. Does anyone know if switches have any resistance that would affect final load at the amp if ran in speaker wires?
  2. It's on a 4 channel amp. that's the problem. channels one and two are my front mids and tweeters. Horns are channels 3 and 4. And I need my rear mids and highs on 3 and 4 also. But now that I think about it, there is probably no way to do it. I'm running passive crossovers so rear needs to have one set of mid/tweeter per channel. and my horns are bridged. So it'd be difficult to switch between a bridged horn and 2 seperate runs of wire for the crossovers.
  3. What's up guys? I am trying to come up with a way to switch between my selenium horns underneath my yukon and my rear mids/highs on the fly. I am just looking for some ideas. I'm not sure if there is some type of 3 way switch that would allow the input of 2 sets of speaker wires to toggle with one output going to the amp. Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated. I would like to mount the switch on the dash, then I can just quickly change my crossover settings on the head unit when i swich inputs. The horns won't be used often, I mostly bought them for tailgating and shows. Thanks.
  4. IndianaBassHead

    ISO: 2-12 DC lvl 3s or IA lethal injections

    I have 4 DC Level 3 m2 15s for sale. They are d1. Not sure if you are only interested in 12s. but thought i'd offer.
  5. IndianaBassHead

    Outdoor home theater setup? Need help

    yeah, that's what i'm thinking as of right now. Seems to be the only option. but wasn't sure if someone knew of a better setup. amazon has an outdoor waterproof cabinet for like 65 bucks so it'd probably save me money too.
  6. What's up guys? I'm looking to run a home theater setup for my backporch. I want the receiver to be outside. It along with the speakers need to be waterproof and wireless. I'm pretty new to home audio and know there are more than a few guys here that are much more knowledgable than me on the subject. What would you guys recommend. I'm not looking for top of the line. I just want it to sound good and have decent range. The plan is to have 2-4 speakers on the back porch / fence area. And then 2 more on the deck around the pool. Thanks for the help!
  7. unfortunately, no pics or vids... ended up selling it without the equipment in it to a kid that's local. I've got a new build in the works. It'll be louder... and lower.
  8. IndianaBassHead

    Audiopipe 4 channel amps?

    Sorry to bring back an old thread fellas, but i thought it was hilarious that he said this. His signature says he runs an audiopipe amp. hahaha. But on a serious note, anyone ever run the apsm 4080s yet? and are they any good at all?
  9. this is irrelevant to this post but thanks for the heads up on pulling out the dash speaker lol. never heard that before. now i'm gonna have to try it and do some testing.Kinda not really. Bassically saying doing something that simple can gain you alot on the meter. You wont hear it to the ear, but the meter will say other wise right. i wasn't saying your post was irrelevant. i was saying me replying to thank you for that info was irrelevant haha. but i need all the help i can get. shooting for a 54 before i tear my wall out.
  10. this is irrelevant to this post but thanks for the heads up on pulling out the dash speaker lol. never heard that before. now i'm gonna have to try it and do some testing.
  11. this is irrelevant to this post but thanks for the heads up on pulling out the dash speaker lol. never heard that before. now i'm gonna have to try it and do some testing.
  12. IndianaBassHead

    help with spl 150dbs

    As stated above, set your expectations around 145. That way when you don't hit a 150 you won't be disappointed. If you do hit a higher number, great. If not, as long as it sounds good to your ears, that's all that matters. The number you hit on the TL shouldn't be your deciding factor on whether you like your build or not. Unless you're a competitor and willing to travel to just about every show around to get points, don't worry about numbers. It's just a dick measuring competition.
  13. IndianaBassHead

    Box Design for Lanzar MAXP154D

    I guess I can. But from what I have read, they have awful customer service. So it may not do me much good. But I'll give it a shot. It wouldn't surprise me if the customer service rep doesn't know much about it.
  14. IndianaBassHead

    Box Design for Lanzar MAXP154D

    alright man thanks for the help. i'm not sure what route im gonna go yet.
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