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Old 09-06-2007
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Pics Of My 92 Ford Ranger Audio Build

http://s105.photobucket.com/albums/m236/oldschoolsq/



LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK .

HERE IS LIST OF EQUIPMENT ;

ALPINE 7909 HEAD UNIT

ALPINE PXA-H701 EQ/X-OVER PROCESSOR

PHOENIX GOLD LINE DRIVERS TLD-22 / TLD-66

ROCKFORD FOSGATE T-3002 MID BASS AMP / 25 TO LIFE POWER1000 5 CHANNEL AMP

IMAGE DYNAMICS SPEAKERS ;

CD2NEO FULL BODY HORNS DASH

X65 MID BASS DOORS

IDQ10D4V2 -10" SUBS X 2 - .5 CF SEALED EACH

BEYMA 65ND IN Q-FORMS KICK PANELS

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Awesome enclosure and custom work...Where is the finished product?
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I AM GETTING THE AMP/PROCESSOR BOARD SHOT THIS WEEK WITH SPRAY-IN BEDLINER LINER , THEN I WILL START FINAL ASEMBLY THE AMPS WILL GO ON THE BACK WALL , THE SUBS ARE SIDE FIRING IN THE REAR CAB CORNERS. I HAD THE SUB MOUNTS MADE OUT OF 1/4" STELL ROLLED & WELDED , THEY WEIGH ABOUT 20 LBS EACH & BOLT TO THE FLOOR WHERE THE JUMP SEAT'S WERE MOUNTED. UNFORTUNALLY THE BUILD WON'T BE AS NICE LOOKING AS I WAS HOPING FOR , BUT TIME & MONEY HAS BEEN DEPLEATED . SO I WILL THROW IT TOGETHER NOW & UPGRADE THE INTERIOR LATER
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Nice work, but don't type in all caps, it looks like your shouting...
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Added a couple of pics of the sub mount installed .
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what is that horn thing under the dash?
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what is that horn thing under the dash?
Image Dynamics CD2NEO full body horns used from 650-20k hz (midrange/tweeter) . Here is a link if you want a better describtion :

http://www.imagedynamicsusa.com/prod...=cd2&type=horn
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wiring pics added.
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Holy Wiring Issues, Batman!

Too much dash, panel, and wiring for my taste...looks like it gonna turn out awesome...haven't seen a lot of ranger work that extravagant...usually jsut nice drop in enclosures...make sure to update pictures for our viewing pleasure...
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looks good. i've been thinking about relocation my heating/cooling controls in that spot as well. just never actually got around to it, like many other other things haha.
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Progress I see...
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Progress I see...

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looks real good,it looks just like my old 92 ranger.rip
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Pics with Alpine 7909 & H701 in action added.

http://s105.photobucket.com/albums/m236/oldschoolsq/
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way to steal my setup!!!! haha jk man looks great, only thing i would change and am going to with mine is the direction of the subs, cuz since you have them pointing towards each other the soundwaves are gonna be all distorted, like it still sounds good and all but it can sound MUCH cleaner and hit better. Im gonna re-do my boxes so the subs point the back of the seats BUT im gonna do it so i still have room in the back now i have question for you! whats with the grille right underneath the dash??
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way to steal my setup!!!! haha jk man looks great, only thing i would change and am going to with mine is the direction of the subs, cuz since you have them pointing towards each other the soundwaves are gonna be all distorted, like it still sounds good and all but it can sound MUCH cleaner and hit better. Im gonna re-do my boxes so the subs point the back of the seats BUT im gonna do it so i still have room in the back now i have question for you! whats with the grille right underneath the dash??
Thanks man !!! The subs are at a angle for the reason you mentioned , it is hard to tell in the pics. They DO NOT fire at each other , I built the boxes to maximize the space I had & give the drivers the space they needed . They actually crossfire about shoulder high in the cab . Believe me EVERYONE has disowned me because of how tight they sound & how HARD they hit Another thing that increased my bass output are the mounts I made for the subbox's . I learned a long time ago that the better the box is mounted the better they perform The grills under the dash are what they call HLCD (horn loaded compression drivers) they sound AWESOME ,CLEAN, DYNAMIC & LOUD I have included a couple of links below that give a better describtion & product info .

http://www.imagedynamicsusa.com/page...=techpage_hlcd

http://www.imagedynamicsusa.com/prod...=cd2&type=horn
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