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Old 01-22-2007, 02:14 AM   #1
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Default Just a post of my new car audio gear

Well as the title says i thought i would show off my new gear been wanting to buy some new car audio equipment for some time.

With the boxing day sales i finally picked a few items up.



Subwoofer Features
Size 12"
Woofer Cone Material Composite IMPP Cone using Interlaced Aramid Fiber
Woofer Cone Design Cone Reinforcement Arcs
Surround Wide Roll, Three-Layer Fiber Woven Radial
Voice Coil 4-Layer, Long Voice Coil
Voice Coil Wire Polyester-Imide Resin Coated
Voice Coil Bobbin 12 Slit Aluminum
Damper (Spider) Conex
Damper Ring Yes
Top Plate Standard
Projected Pole Yoke with Vented Pole
Magnet Construction Double Mass High-Power
Basket Design Stamped Basket with Magnet Cover
Gasket Molded
Wire Terminals Spring-Compression
Specifications
Watts MAX. Music Power 1000 Watts
Watts Nominal Power Handling 400 Watts
Frequency Response 18 ~ 500Hz
Sensitivity 89dB
Ohm Rating SVC:4, DVC: 2 or 8
Recommended Enclosure 0.85 ~ 1.75 Cubic Feet
Dimensions 13" x 7"
Mounting Depth 6-1/4"
Accessory Grill UD-G306 Available


CD Players Features
Supertuner
Supertuner Supertuner IIID
24-Station/6-Button (18FM/6AM) Presets
BSM (Best Stations Memory)
Local Station Setting Selectable (4-Step)
CD Player
1-bit D/A Converter Yes (8fs/16-bit)
CD-R/CD-RW Compatible
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
Disc Title Memory
CD Text CD Text
BMX Digital Enhancement
MP3 Playback Compatibility
Codec Support MP3, WMA, WAV
File System ISO9660-1,-2, Romeo, Joliet
Max Directory 8
Max. Folder # 99
Max File # per Disc 999
Multisession Disc Play
Random Play Folder/Disc
Repeat Play File/Folder
MP3 Bit Rate 8~320kbps or VBR
WMA Format WMA v7, 8, 9, 10
WMA Bit Rate 48~384kbps, VBR
File Name 64 bytes
Folder Name 64 bytes
ID3/WMA Tag ID3 v1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4; WMA
Tag Length 64 bytes
Tag Data Track, Artist, Album, Comment
Tag Display On/Off
List Search Folder
IP-Bus System Expandability
IP-Bus System Control
XM Radio Ready Yes
Sirius Radio Ready Yes
iPod Adapter Ready External
Multi-CD Control
TV Tuner Control
Display Output
Built-in Auxiliary Input Built-in (Rear)
Optional (IP-Bus) Auxilary Input CD-RB10 or CD-RB20 required
External Unit Control 2
Display Features
Face Type Flap Face
Display Type Large Multicolor LCD with LED Backlight
Button (Key) Illumination Green
Audio Features
Built-in Speaker Power MOSFET 50W x 4
Continuous Power Output 22W x 4
Equalizer EEQ (3-Band Parametric)
Equalizer Presets 5
User Equalizer Settings 1
Loudness 3 Mode
FIE (Front Image Enhancer)
Electronic Balance/Fader
Source Level Adjuster (SLA)
Crossover Network Two-Way Crossover
High-Pass Crossover (HPF) 50/63/80/100/125Hz, -12dB/Oct.
Subwoofer Crossover (LPF) 50/63/80/100/125Hz, -18dB/Oct., +/-12dB
RCA Preouts 3 pair (Front, Rear, Sub/Non-Fading)
Preout Voltage & Impedance Hi-Volt (4V), 100 Ohm
General Features
Volume Control Rotary Knob
Operation Mode Cross-Key
Remote Control Card
Wired Remote Input
Operation Beep Tone
Detachable Face Security
Warranty 2 Year
Premier
Premier Service and Installation


Amp Features
CEA 2006 Specifications
Output Power (4 Ohm, Output Power (2 Ohm, Signal to Noise (1 Watt into 4 Ohms) 80dBA
Specifications
Peak Music Power 800 Watts
Number of Channels 1
Load Impedance Capability 2~8 Ohm
Continuous Power (4 ohm) 250W x 1
Continuous Power (2 ohm) 360W x 1
Frequency Response 10Hz ~ 240Hz
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.03%
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >100dB
Dimensions 11-13/16" x 2-3/8" x 13-1/4"
Features
Channel # Capability 1
PWM Regulated MOSFET Power Supply
Screw-Type Speaker Terminals
Balanced Isolator Input Circuit
RCA Inputs 2 Channel
Speaker Level Input 2 Channel
Input Level Control Hi-Volt (400mV ~ 6.5v)
Built-in Crossover Variable LPF
Crossover Frequency Range 40~240Hz, -12dB/Oct.
Bass Level Control 50Hz, 0/6/9/12dB
Warranty 1 Year

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Old 01-22-2007, 02:23 AM   #2
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Old 01-22-2007, 02:28 AM   #3
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LOL! Damn it "olllllo" I swear i get burned once a day cause of my username!
Dont hurt my feelings or i will tell on your ass!

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Old 01-22-2007, 02:43 AM   #4
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Nice! Where's the box? And please tell me it's not going into an '87 Escort or something like that.

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No box yet....lol baby steps i dont got the cash flow. It is going in a 1995 VW Golf (Black) hopefully i will own a nice pickup soon.

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Congrats . . . . you now are required to change your login name to "thumper" or "boom-car"






















Oh . . . and please don't drive through my neighborhood when I am trying to go to sleep.

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Ok thats fair enough but i will only change my name to "thumper" for the ladies.

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Nice setup, I'm not one who likes subs but pioneers are nice. With those 4V pre-outs you will want to have that amp turned down or good bye ear drums. I use to have a deck like that (stolen when I was in downtown Milwaukee), now I have a alpine deck with a 4x100w rms infinity amp, 5" infinity kappa prefects in the front, and 6x9 infinty kappas in the rear. Enough bass for me. Make sure you run the power on one side of the car and the signals on the other or you will get feedback.

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Well this is my first setup nothing too fancy here just good prices. Thanks for the info "Sause" you seem to know a little about everything when it comes to all electronics.

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Well this is my first setup nothing too fancy here just good prices. Thanks for the info "Sause" you seem to know a little about everything when it comes to all electronics.
It's ALL in the Sause.

Nice setup. Should sound great.

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