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Forgiato 1965 Chevy El Camino Episode 1 - Interior Shop Mock Up So While the Jeep Punisher Is under construction we took in another project that need our immediate attention a 1965 Chevy El Camino, the Audio system was boot leg at best and the the Car was Beautiful sitting on some custom 20 inch Forgiato and a custom Forgiato steering wheel. So we turn it over to the Expert Saturn Killed to design the interior on the car. First stop Interior where he has mock up the plan for this classic El Camino. Subscribe as we Build a High End audio system to match this beast of a car! Friend Don't Let Friends Use Vinyl on Seats!
This week has Been Crazy!!! Just wrapped Up on a Bentley Flying Spur with a full Audio Upgrade On the Luxury Automobile. Here a list of what we need to accomplish on this car and have a week to do it. Update the front Grill so that will Call For a Mansory Lower Bumper Kit (chrome) Audio Processing Mosconi 6 to 8 DSP Processing Amplifiers for Sound Mosconi AS100.4S and AS100.2S. Turn the Car - Audio Control RTA Speakers Focal 165KRX3 and 165KRXS Bring the Bass Sub Focal 27KX Ipod Video - NavTV Video Kit and iPhone 5 Adapter Back up Camera BOYO VTL-375HD So Lets Build Some Kick ass audio for a Really Cool Old dude going thru second childhood
Hi Guys, I am new here... I would give a detailed introduction but let me keep it short by saying I'm 100% a JL Audio fan! Anyways, to the help needed. My amp keeps cutting out and alternating channels at certain volumes. If I keep the volume low enough all speakers play but if I play it too loud (which isn't even that loud) only one channel will play while the other channel cuts in and out. My amplifier flashes yellow (JL HD600/4) so I cut it down and it immediately goes back to green. I suspect it's my DSP....I have a Mosconi DSP that I purchased brand new (6to8 Aerospace). The reason I believe it's the DSP doesn't make a ton of sense but hear me out. It only does this while connected to a portable source (my phone). I can play the FM radio and Sirius at any volume I want with no issues, but any portable source has a negative effect. Meanwhile my subwoofer doesn't miss a beat. Any ideas? I am desperate for a fix!