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ThAnKm3LaT3R posted a topic in General Audio - Can't find a category for your question? Ask here.Hi all, My dad recently got a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500. We took the system out of his old truck and we are now trying to install it in this new one. It is just a very simple setup with 2 amps 1 for the sub and one for the mids. We don't want to change out the headunit or factory amp we just want to add to they system he already has. What we are unsure of is what color wires go to the door speakers and which ones go to the factory sub. If anyone has done anything like this please let me know what wires you used it would be greatly appreciated. I would attach pictures of what I am working with but I am n()()b and haven't figured that out yet.
Hello there So in a couple weeks when the snow melts I'm gonna start building the system for my 2000 nbs sierra.. I'm undecided though on doing a behind the box build with 2 10" dc audio xl's in a ported box or doing a blow through with 2 15" dc audio level 5's or maybe even a set of level 6 subs.. i understand I'm comparing apples to oranges, I just don't wannabe unhappy with the behind the seat idea.. i listen to about 50% rock,30% country and 20% rap/hip hop... I've made boxes before, I'm pretty good at fiberglassing.. Ive even made a center console box in high school but I sold the vehicle before I got a sub in it.. so do you guys think a blow through would be overkill? Is it possible to get 1 foot per chamber behind the seats so I can port them? I'm not a huge guy I'm 5'10" and weigh 180 the back of my seat is even with my center console seat but my head rests still hit the back window... do you think I'm gonna loose this seating position? That's why I'm considering a blow through thanks for taking the time reading this novel of a post I've written
Miket7905 posted a topic in Member Rides & Builds -- Show off your whip, Show off your System!For the past 2 years ive had a 12" DC level 3. Figured it was time to step it up so i decided to put 4 DC m38's under the rear seat. The Truck: 2005 GMC Sierra Ext cab: Old Sub: 12" DC level 3 Infinity amp 600rms Then I changed the box:
Alright so this is my first topic started on SMD so bear with me. I've been watching builds on here for the past couple years as a bystander, meanwhile doing alot of my own and I thought it was time to get in on the benefits of showing what you got and get input from other Car Audio Fanatics! This build is my personal truck that Ive had for about 4 years. 2003 GMC Sierra crew cab 2500HD with a vortech 8.1L. As for audio upgrades Ive been through many different set up's gradually building up to this, but this set up is so I can figure out where I can go bigger as far as subs and amps. Here is what we have so far for audio 2003 GMC Sierra w/ 8.1L Alpine INE-S920HD 3 sets of Rockford T2 6.5's 2 sets of Rockford T2 5.25's 1 Rockford 360.3 2 Boston acoustics spg555 subs in 5cu.ft ported box tuned to 36Hz 1 ea. Rockford t2500.1Bdcp,t600.4, and a t400.4 2 Xs power d3400's, and 2 Xs power d2700's LOT's of RF 1/0 power and ground recently added some SHCA 1/0 as well! DC Power 300amp alt 1 SMD VM-1 Rebuild/ truck change...2004 GMC Sierra w/ Duramax!! pg 19. Other upgrades 2 DC 5k's 4 DC XL 10's 2 DCPower 300spx alt's 2 XS D3400's and 3 D2700's All SHCA 1/0 wire and 16awg speaker wire 4 RF T2 6.5 comp sets 2 RF T2 5.25 comp sets 1 RF t1000.4AD 1 RF t600.4 RF 360.3 processor LOT's of SMD Meter's plenty of custom fabrication ] These are some 4" off road HID's I bought and fit to my factory bumper. Lighting is terrible where I live so having limo tint makes night visibility very bad, so I threw these in so they automaticaly come on in reverse but they are also on a relay to a flip switch so I can turn them on when I want. So tailgaters beware these are freaking bright!! They can light up a few blocks to say the least, I flipped them on when a buddie of mine was following and he had to come to a complete stop because they blinded him so bad. He was pretty pissed off ! Ill post some better pics when the truck is done so you can see how good they light up ]/URL]