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Hey guys manzkea back at it again! Lol. Finally got some equipment in. Excited to finally get this project I’ve had in mind for a while rolling . Gonna attempt a blow through in my single cab 2001 ford ranger long bed. Gonna make pods for the doors to house the 6.5s and replace the stock one with a 6.5 or if possible an 8” driver. All powered off the ssa ic150.4. As for subs I’ll be using a 15” sp4 v2 I got from a friend for a deal. A taramps 5k will be used to push it.
Unfortunately the evil mids I wanted was unavailable in 4ohms. So I went with these prvs.
Well I’ll I’ll be updating this as I get it going. Possibly next week or so, really busy with work at the moment. Well here’s a pic of some goodies the mail man dropped off. Cheee.
Btw got something extra special in those two ssa looking boxes behind the ranger gear. But that’s on the back burner at the moment.
Pretty much as the title implies.... I've got a 2004 Yukon XL, and I'm updating the entire system. Just replaced my alternator with a 253amp model from a 3500 series pickup (factory option! bolted right in!), will shortly be wiring up a second 1000cca battery. Dual 1/0 runs to the rear, fused at both ends. Currently only running (1) amp, and old Lightning Audio 1001.d @ 1 ohm, will be swapping that out, most likely to a Skar RP-1501.D. Two Powerbass S10-d (dual coil) subs in a 2.7-ish cu ft box built into the rear quarter panel. Tuning is way too low, probably about 24-25Hz. Factory speakers in the doors and rear pillars, will soon be changing them out - probably doing a pair of 6.5's in the front doors, a single 6.5 in the rear doors, and a pair of 10" Powerbass S-10's (single coil) sealed in the front portion of my center console as mid-bass, from 60-150Hz. Will plan on running the speakers and front S-10's on a five-channel amp, most likely Skar's AP-600.5.
I've got nothing set in stone for the 6.5's, there are literally hundreds of options - but if anyone has some reasonably priced option, please offer suggestions. My biggest dilemma is figuring out what to put in the rear C-pillars. The factory fill is a 2" or 2 1/2", only about 3/4" deep. I'd like to go bigger, even if it's a 3 1/2" or 4". Would run them in parallel with the rear door speakers, dropping the load down to 2 ohms, the same as the front doors. Has anyone ever seen the C-pillars upgraded/enlarged? I found a pair of PPI Sedona series 4" two-ways, supposedly will handle 60 watts RMS, max of 200 watts. The Skar 5-channel is rated at 90x4 @ 2 ohms, so each would see a safe 45 watts.
I have for sale two crescendo bc 2000 for sale both are about 1 1/2 years old good deal power by two g31 batt juciebox, and crescendo logic...pushing 2 18" ethos strapped at 2ohm never seen below 12volt...I had to push them....got warm in this hot Kansas City weather...both will come with bass noobs and one with owners books the other might be lost during a move with both boxes from crescendo...I love these things they both went to db-r for repair but nothing major I had a bad ground and thought I blew them both
Stable down to .5ohm on strong electrical.
Up to 16.8v capable on BC2000
Remote Bass/Gain knob with Clipping Indicator.
Custom tooled, proprietary Multi-piece Thermal optimized Heatsink with patent pending interlocking slide-out CNC engraved top plate.
2 stage copper anodized removable top plate.
Silver plated high end hard-wired Tiffany RCA inputs and oversized 1/0 Power/Ground Inputs for efficient current transfer.
Overbuilt Power supply with heavy copper traces and Military spec PCB/heavy duty standoffs for extreme vibration resistance.
Manufactured using some of the highest quality and most reliable electrical components, with many 3% tolerance components throughout.
Full 4-Stage Intelligent protection Circuitry 1 Year/1ohm comprehensive warranty with 2 year/.5ohm optional extended warranty available.
Rated Power Output(RMS)
Clean RMS power on 13.8v standard electrical system:
Dimensions: BC2000: 16"L x 2.75"H x 9.5"W (at widest point)
I want 550.00 for the pair or 300.00 each shipped no lower
I'm upgrading to a bigger amp dd-m4a
So I'm been on the web looking at different types of 5k amps that are linkable amps, so I can upgrade my current amp set up...I'm looking for a amp out of these new or used- dd m4a, sundown audio 4500, crescendo bc5500, dc audio 5k, ampere audio 5000.1. It has to be able to do around 3800-4000 wire down to 1.3ohms.
Running 3-18s DSS ethos box is in the works....
Electrical is dual alts stock will run the truck, mid, and highs the singer 270amp will run only for the battery bank. 4 juice box blackcherry battery back, two runs of 1/0 wielding wire.
( would like more batts if space would allow)
( playing music daily and burbs on comps)
I'm not looking for a father and son conversation here just wanting to know which amp would be better suited for my set up that's all thanks for reading.
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