Gotcha :thumb: Keep it rollin!mrFamous said:No family. But alot of nieces and nephews and they listen to they music loud any way so I'm good :thumb: However for my 2 goddaughters I keep it low and respectful for them since they are 2 and 2.5 months.
Yep works very well. The bass is nice and crisp but not too boomy. Adjusting the amp is a bit difficult since I too am using the OE radio. GM has the radios set to produce less bass the more you turn them up. I plan on using the Rosen dvd/gps head unit if I ever get around to get one ordered which has a dedicated output for a subwoofer which will cure this problem. For now luckily the amp has a remote gain knob that's mounted next to the power outlet in the dash.mrFamous said:That is a real nice and clean set up :thumb:. Does the compartment rattle? And is the bass nice,clean and clear? I actually have my subs in a box w/ dual middle air ports. And I'mma go from there. I may get mine done professionally though that way they can also adjust my amp and subs accordingly since I'm still running a factory radio. I do plan on getting the radio upgraded. And may wait to hook up the subs with the aftermarket radio. Right now the stereo I got now beat decent 8)
Well the funny thing is of course! When you meter the loudness now its actually a little lower in volume because the subs make it sound so much more rich. Therefore, the overall output of the system is a little lower. And yes, I actually used a db meter too.6Sixathome said:I must be getting old, do you really listen to the base that loud in a family hauler . Your retro work really looks good. :thumb: