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  1. Tirefryr

    Input on 6 6.5s subs to use

    Do not use anything skar. That being said, why would you want to use the 6.5s? Just for looks? The 12s will kill them in cone area and efficiency. I don't see a point unless you prefer them just for aesthetics.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Nah. It's a presidential tweet!
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I'm going to sell the components and use the rest in my truck. Hell, the damn component sets sell for more than what I paid for all of it.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Three P3D2-10s Two T252-S One P1000x1bd One P600x4 A bunch of RF branded 1/0 and 4 gauge, An RF hoodie, RF hat, and RF team shirt And a cheap ass box that is surprisingly well constructed. It's been lined with bed liner quite poorly though.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I just scored $2K worth of RF gear brand new in the plastic for a STOOPID price!
  7. Think of the tone as a static load. It doesn't change. It's not that cut and dry, but a generalization. That 39Hz note in a song could be measured but it's amplitude won't be the same, all other factors being equal because the dynamic load present on the amplifier before and after that note from the dynamics of the music. Think of it this way; your faucet on your sink breaks and the water is flowing at a constant rate (i.e. the tone), and your other faucet breaks but this one has the water pulsating while sometimes reaching the same constant rate as the other faucet , and sometimes not. A rollercoaster is another good example. Say we have 12 hills all the same height, length, and profile. The forces exerted will be the same throughout the ride. We build a different coaster with one hill the same size as the first coaster, but all others vary in difference to this one and the forces will differ for the duration of the ride. This is rudimentary, but it gives a fundamental understanding, or a picture if you will.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Sounds like bar tending/ownership is right up your alley. Ticks all those boxes.
  9. Music iz dynamic and driver characteristics change in milliseconds. If you think that's bad, calculate your acoustic watts. You'll really shit then.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I HATE driving! Left yesterday for Lyons NY. Got through Ohio and PA trouble free. As soon as we hit NY, total shitstorm of traffic. Lasted 2 hours on I90. Got done today and we were supposed to go to Niagara Falls tomorrow when the boss changes his mind. He wants to drive to fucking Cleveland and then on t o two other jobs tomorrow since they're, "on the way home." WTF?!
  11. Unplug the RCAs and let us know what happens. It would be beneficial if you listed all your equipment as well.
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    Nissan 2019 Frontier Replacement Screen

    I know Alpine has some units that support car play wirelessly, but very few. It's as simple as choosing a head unit that does. If the shop can't figure that out, they're morons. You can literally pick up the phone or simply go online and find out which units have this feature. I don't see any difficulty here.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Don't spoil it! I started watching last night but fell asleep.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Lyons, I believe is the city.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    New York this weekend, Detroit on the way back home, and Tupelo 2 days later. I hate Mississippi! It always smells like ass when I'm there.