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Mr. Marv, what oem upgrades do I need for this install:

Discussion in 'Mr Marv' started by Jimirich, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. Mar 2, 2009 at 12:42 AM
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    Jimirich

    Jimirich [OP] Well-Known Member

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    DTRL, Debadged, Donkey tethered in the bed that rips 142 db farts so I can piss off the neighbors and rattle the windows on my house when I'm parked in front.
    Thank you very much for all your effort in posting "how to do its" on the stereo and speaker installs.
    I am in need of some dialogue:

    I am thinking I want to install:
    Front: Infinity Kappa 6.5 components
    Rear: Infinity kappa 6.5 configured as coaxial

    Maybe a JL single 10" subwoofer stealth enclosure or twin 8"s ala Tacotunes style. (Unless of course I could get you to make something for me that wouldn't cost more in shipping than the product)

    Orion 660w 4channel amp for the Infinitys
    Orion 300 2channel amp for the subs.

    I am thinking about a Kenwood excelon HU with usb in the rear.

    What gauge speaker wires should I run?
    Do I need to rewire from the battery?

    What questions should I be asking myself and answering before pulling out the P.O.S. JBL sound system??

    Most of the components I can find for a reasonable price at Woofersetc.com

    I'm on The Big Island, Hawaii so my local stereo shop selection is limited.
    I know you must be terribly busy but please take on some dialogue with me to get me started.

    08 double cab 4x4 automatic

    Thanks much.
     
  2. Mar 3, 2009 at 12:29 PM
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    Mr Marv

    Mr Marv 1-831-383-0308 Vendor

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    I'll answer each one in bold. :)

    Thank you very much for all your effort in posting "how to do its" on the stereo and speaker installs.

    You're welcome. :)

    I am in need of some dialogue:

    I am thinking I want to install:
    Front: Infinity Kappa 6.5 components
    Rear: Infinity kappa 6.5 configured as coaxial

    Have you listened to these already?

    Maybe a JL single 10" subwoofer stealth enclosure or twin 8"s ala Tacotunes style. (Unless of course I could get you to make something for me that wouldn't cost more in shipping than the product)

    I can build you anything you need and what you need depends on your objective. Also, I ship quite often to Hawaii and I'm in California so it won't be as bad as you may think!

    Orion 660w 4channel amp for the Infinitys
    Orion 300 2channel amp for the subs.

    I am thinking about a Kenwood excelon HU with usb in the rear.

    What gauge speaker wires should I run?

    Depends on how much power you are using.

    Do I need to rewire from the battery?

    If you are adding amplifiers you will definitely need to rewire from the battery

    What questions should I be asking myself and answering before pulling out the P.O.S. JBL sound system??

    Too many for me to type here right now since I'm still battling the flu but I am answering the phone so best bet is to call me at the number below :)

    Most of the components I can find for a reasonable price at Woofersetc.com

    I sell quite a few lines of car audio gear as well :)

    I'm on The Big Island, Hawaii so my local stereo shop selection is limited.
    I know you must be terribly busy but please take on some dialogue with me to get me started.

    Yes I am pretty busy most of the time but I try to find time to help whenever possible and you may notice a theme when I mention again that the phone is the best bet when you have a lot of questions. :)

    08 double cab 4x4 automatic

    Thanks much.

    You're welcome :)
     
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