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Here's a few photos of what has been installed in my daily driver.

 

Headunit: Kenwood DMX905S

Processor: Helix DSP Pro & Director

Amplifiers: 2 Helix G-Four (Fronts and Mid Bass), 2 Hertz 3001 (6k watts at 2ohm)

Subs: 2 15" DB Drive WDX 5G

Mid Bass: 2 6.5" Helix P6b 

Mid range: 2 2.5" Audio Frog GB25

Tweeter: 2 1" Helix C1T

Batteries: 3 - 1 stock engine bay, 2 Northstar AGM 34M

Alternator: Quality Power 300 amp

 

Thanks to 1point21gigawatts for taking the time to answer my questions and advice on the subs i am using etc.

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Here's a few photos of what has been installed in my daily driver.   Headunit: Kenwood DMX905S Processor: Helix DSP Pro & Director Amplifiers: 2 Helix G-Four (Fronts and Mid Ba

The smaller the interior, the louder the vehicle can get based on the same sub. My Solara with a single 12 in a BP4 and 200 watts is louder than my F150 SuperCrew with 2-15's sealed and 1k watts. I ha

Thank you sir! I can't wait to meter it and see what it hits.

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1 hour ago, 1point21gigawatts said:

You are welcome dude! And that setup is super nice!

Thank you sir! I can't wait to meter it and see what it hits.

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1 hour ago, 1point21gigawatts said:

Let us know. I’m curious. 

I'm also curious! 😃

 

I'll most likely get this done in a couple of weeks. I'll kept you posted.

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A fellow Yaris owner! These cars are made for bass if you ask me. Looks good! I almost put my batteries where you did. I also got the same battery tie downs as you I love them! Did you do your own doors and mount your own tweeters? Im going to have to shop around for an alternator. I see you have a 300amp. CES told me the largest they could make for my car was 250 amp but it sounds like I should have just shopped around alittle better. Definitley going to be following your log keep us posted!

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15 hours ago, markcrnll said:

A fellow Yaris owner! These cars are made for bass if you ask me. Looks good! I almost put my batteries where you did. I also got the same battery tie downs as you I love them! Did you do your own doors and mount your own tweeters? Im going to have to shop around for an alternator. I see you have a 300amp. CES told me the largest they could make for my car was 250 amp but it sounds like I should have just shopped around alittle better. Definitley going to be following your log keep us posted!

I do love these tie downs!  My local shop did the doors and A pillar speakers. I didn’t want to spend the money in doing 2 custom A pillars with mid range and tweet. Even though the mids aren’t in an ideal location they still sound good. I couldn’t find anything for 300 amp anywhere except at Quality Power. I emailed Brand X about a 300 amp alternator to have a spare. Looks like they make them. I would contact them. You maybe able to get one built with more than 300. Never hurts to ask. 
 

I will post up my testing results. At the moment half way is pretty loud. Haven’t had the guts to go balls out yet. 

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On 7/18/2020 at 9:12 AM, markcrnll said:

A fellow Yaris owner! These cars are made for bass if you ask me. Looks good! I almost put my batteries where you did. I also got the same battery tie downs as you I love them! Did you do your own doors and mount your own tweeters? Im going to have to shop around for an alternator. I see you have a 300amp. CES told me the largest they could make for my car was 250 amp but it sounds like I should have just shopped around alittle better. Definitley going to be following your log keep us posted!

The smaller the interior, the louder the vehicle can get based on the same sub. My Solara with a single 12 in a BP4 and 200 watts is louder than my F150 SuperCrew with 2-15's sealed and 1k watts. I have no speakers in the 6x9 holes so the rear window is acting like a horn.

 

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2000 Toyota Solara SEV6, 200 amp alternator, Jensen VX7020, Hifonics American Warrior Taurus X, Hifonics American Warrior Centurion X, JBL Club 6500C, Power Acoustik XP2K-4102, Coustic Power Logic HT-612 in a BP4.

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My preliminary SPL tests so far.

 

Sine Sweep 30hz to 54 Hz

Windows up. Meter on the windshield/dash 

Approximately 24 degrees Celsius (75.2 F). Elevation 105 m (344 Ft) RH: Unknown

 

Left reading is lowest possible sub volume at "max" front stage volume.

Right reading is 1/2 sub volume at "max" front stage volume.

 

Will do some more testing tomorrow with windows up and increased sub volume.

 

I'll also do similar testing with windows down. Most likely at a different elevation and temperature but will log them in.

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Sine Sweep 30hz to 54 Hz

Windows down. Meter on the windshield/dash 

Approximately 27 degrees Celsius (80.6F). Elevation 136 m (446 Ft) RH: Unknown

 

Left reading is lowest possible sub volume at "max" front stage volume.

Right reading is 1/2 sub volume at "max" front stage volume.

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