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Your first BASS demo, the one you never forgot

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My 1st real beat your ass style demo was given out like 10 years ago by my now great friend and Team Captain...He had a white Silverado with 32 SA 12's on 4 Sundown 3500's in a Diamond and it was a monster on the low end...After that I was completely hooked to the point of no return...I had been a bass head prior to that but that opened my eyes to a whole different level of audio


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Theres a shop a few miles from where I lived in Houston that had a van out front that everyone talked about (an Astro van, I believe). If anyone was around Spring Branch in early/ mid 90's they know the Chester Cheetah van.

A good friend of mine knew a guy who worked there, so we got a lil sample one day. I'm not sure how many speakers it had, but I remember it being pretty tight on space from what I saw. I never sat in it, but stuck my head in n couldn't believe my ears. It gave me a new perspective on sound. On the way out I wanted to bump some Scarface, but suddenly I was faced w the reality that my 2 12" Pyles were nothing to be proud of. Immediately i decided 3 JL 10w6's & a Soundstream Reference 500 was a necessity. That's how these shops get sales right? lol

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there were 3 for me really.

The first was a friends late 80s Monte Carlo or something similar. It had 2 15" punch subs and a punch 500 if I remember correctly (it has been about 25 years ago). This was the first time I heard a system that was well put together.

The two that hooked me for life were

1. A local guy's chevy astro van with eighteen 15" JL W6 (the first versions) running on 6 us amps VLX-400s.

2. His friend that was running a Phoenix Gold MS2250 on 4 Kicker Comp 18s.


 

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never had a  demo  still haven't      I was young and knew good sounds could be had   1984 I think

I was very young  18 and went to "the" local place Import audio   I was a tire buster and covered in dirt  but I had cash

The guy tried to sell me passive low pass filters and refused to sell me what I came in for a punch 150  kept trying to sell me a punch 75     after 2 hours of being ignored and undersold I turned every demo to max and while they turned em down I started over till the manager came out and asked me my problem  I said I came in 2 hours ago to buy a punch 150 and they wont sell it to me   he says why not?  I said they feel I dont have the speakers for it    I said not yet but there are other paydays       he said well they are expensive    I said ring it up I have cash   (I priced it a week before when I wasn't all dirty)  he gave me 2 shirts and some wire for my time  

I had to prototype pyle 6x9 with 6inch magnets   they rocked on that amp and an 8inch sub on the tri-mode 

stripper gf wrecked the truck  and  tow company did not know what happened to my amp and speakers

they got all but 1 6x9 which I still have    works as a great center channel for my HT before I upgraded

I had to pretty much learn from friends and aside from the drive by thumpers

I am the loudest I know  around a total of 1500 rms  

 

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92-96 one of those years walled RF punch. power, something 15’s in a montecarlo.. was first one  got me more interested into car audio well audio period then I already was... but the two high powered ones I won’t forget are Boyd’s Jeep and the Canadians can’t remember his name lol truck both at world finals 2011 

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First demo of a real SPL system was Doug Denardin's 94 S10 (Slayer 2)

His setup was ever changing, but I think he had 12 15's at the time

I had heard his old Nissan pickup (Slayer), but it was the S10 that I got an actual shot gun demo in the parking lot of Florida Auto Sound and Security in Longwood

 

 

 

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