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Slackey369

Questions about my Incriminator Death row 12

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I just have a few questions about my incriminator Death Row its a 12' 2000 watt speaker 

 

im building a truck box to put behind the seat of my Chevy s10 extended cab 

 

1. Do they make a speaker cover that would fit over the Incriminator 

2. Any tips you could give me on the box build or the displacement 

3. What would be the best way to clean them 

4. Do you think a Audio Bahn 1600 watt amp will be able to push the 2000 watt death row to a decent potential 

5. Any other tips or precautions you can give me to make it the best possible  

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I just have a few questions about my incriminator Death Row its a 12' 2000 watt speaker 

 

im building a truck box to put behind the seat of my Chevy s10 extended cab 

 

1. Do they make a speaker cover that would fit over the Incriminator 

2. Any tips you could give me on the box build or the displacement 

3. What would be the best way to clean them 

4. Do you think a Audio Bahn 1600 watt amp will be able to push the 2000 watt death row to a decent potential 

5. Any other tips or precautions you can give me to make it the best possible  

 

1.) No we do not. We never had any demand for them.

2.) Figure out the exact room you have to work with, then work from there. Trucks are always more difficult.

3.) Take an Armor All Protective wipe and go over it gently.

4.) What is the model number? I can look it up.

5.) Take your time and do it right. So many people get in a hurry and make simple mistakes.

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