Part 1: Hooking Up Robbie's Stereo System
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HOW TO INSTALL THE BIG THREE UPGRADE: Replacing Vehicles Wires
Step 1. Buy Battery Terminals That Fits 0 gauge Power Cable
Step 2. Find A Safe Location For Chassis Ground (Factory)
Step 3. Grind Paint Off Chassis Area (Mount)
Step 4. Connect Chassis To Negative Battery
Step 5. Find Engine Block Ground (Fix Corrosion)
Step 6. Connect Engine Block To Negative Battery
Step 7. Connect Positive Alternator To Positive Battery
Step 8. Charge System Capacitors ( If Change Needed )
Step 9. Replace Fuses & Fuse Blocks ( Changing With Best Rated Fuse )
Step 10. Play Loud Subwoofer Bass Songs On Your New Stereo!
15 Volts All The Way At Idle ;0 ! Soldering Relay Optional
Robs SQL Sound System Chevy Suburban
Pioneer Avic Z3 - head unit CD Player MP3 music deck
2 12 inch Alpine Type X PSI Hybrid Recone Sub Woofers
Custom Digital Designs Baskets DD
DVC Voice Coils Direct Sewn Tinsel Leads
Foam Surround w/ 4 layer flatwound copper
1 MA 200x SPL Mono Amp 2000 watts RMS
1 Orion XTA800.4 1600 watt PEAK ( LOUD
Boston Acoustics Pro60SE Speakers SQ
Pro Series 60SE Crossover Speaker Components
Kicker Mid Drivers & Highs Bullet Tweets / Tweeters
High Output Alternator w/ Big 3 Upgrade
Dual C&D UPS 270 Battery Bank
External VCM Voltage Control Module w/ Regulator
PCM Bypass Bypassing OEM Vehicle Computer
Pine Tree Mobile Porting Sub Box Enclosure
Boxes Tuning - Port Tuned to 32hz
Clarion EQS746 EQ Parametric Equalizer
Tsunami Ground loop Isolator - not active
Stinger RCA Connectors Twisted Pair RCA's
2 Blue LCD Voltmeters / Digital Volt Meter
1000W MAX DC to AC Line Inverter
NO High to Low Level Converter
NO CAPACITORS - ANTI Whine Humming Static
Fiberglass Door Panels Pods COMING!
Flared Aeroport / Octoport COMING!
Reconing Vids COMING!
Complete Installation : Fixing up and building from start to finish. Had to remove all the old stock radio parts and amplifiers. A little trouble Running 2/0 gauge wire through the firewall and to the rear battery. Drilling was a bitch too. Had some replacement metal bits on hand just in case. Then I had to hook up the second sealed batteries in parallel before removing and upgrading the three wires under the hood for better grounding. After I finished hooking em up, I soldered all the zero gauge ring terminals and found a good stable chassis frame ground for installing the new amps. That was the easy step. Then we had to make and build an amp rack, and rewire the subwoofers in series / parallel. 1 ohm impedance FTW - h/o phase red madness. The subs recones will love it BEST in this new ported box! - Next test, we will start connecting and mounting all the cars speakers and repairing the passive crossovers - Making good placement is key. Wicked loud! Once that repair was done - Ran all the remote cables underneath the carpet. Homemade dikes - Just have to tune the amps, set the gains, plug in some test tones and make sure the subsonic filter setting does it's job :) Anything to increase that quality & Get louder performance! Post Testing !
Not the loudest or most powerful sounds ever, but pretty SWEET for the cheap bracket!
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