I'm trading in my '11 Tacoma for a 4runner, so I'm selling my whole audio set up. This includes just about everything you need to get going. About the only think you would need is some sound deadening material, strip caulk, and some mounting bolts. I would prefer to sell this as a complete package since it all works together very well and I'm pricing it very reasonably to help someone get a whole set-up at once. You can't get much closer to plug and play than this.
Here's what I've got:
Kenwood KDC-BT945U this is a great ipod controlling HU that works and sounds great. I installed this first and was amazed at the improvement in sound quality before even replacing the speakers. It has five lines of data that makes it easier to use as an ipod controller.
CDT Audio CL-61A components - these were recommended to me on CarAudioForum.com and I have been very happy with them. Great bang for your buck when compared to some of the bigger names out there.
Infininty Kappa 62.7i - these work fine for rear fill
JL Audio 10WX-4 - this is mounted in a custom 3/4 MDF box that I made. This was my first sub build and I put in a lot of time into building it to make it as solid as possible including liquid nails, deck screws, etc. This isn't JL's top of the line sub, but I think it does a great job of providing a complete sound to the whole system. It fits very snuggly behind the rear dirvers side seat with pretty much no room to spare. I was very pleased with how it turned out. I have a few pictures of it under construction if you'd like to see.
Kicker IX 500.4 4 channel amp - this is from Kickers top of the line IX series. It is a great amp in a nice small package that fits very easily under the passenger seat. I used two channels to run the fronts and bridged the other two to power the sub. I ran the rears off the head unit.
I will also include the Kicker ZCX44 4AWG amp kit.
I'm also including the Schoche dash kit, wiring harness for the head unit, ready to plug and play, harnesses for the rear speakers, speaker rings that I made, and finally an Axxess ASWC steering wheel interface.
I'd like to get $500 for everything plus shipping. I think this is a very fair price. This is a great opportunity for someone to get a whole set-up that doesn't have a big budget. I can't believe how bad my stock stereo sounds now that I switched it back.
FWIW, the installation isn't that hard if you use the info available on this site. This was my first installation and I was very intimidaated to do the amp install at first, but it really wasn't bad at all.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I can post more photos of anything if need be.