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Patthehat033
02-05-2012, 02:54 AM
Hey,

I am 15, and don't have a car yet, but I am starting to get audio equipment ready for it. I do not have any sub woofers yet, but I did get some amplifiers.

So far I have gotten a MRP-M500 and a Rockford Fosgate T5002 off craigslist.

When I got the Rockford, it was in horrible condition. This is the cleaned up, tri-fan design. 2 dual fans on the top of the amp, plus a third fan that is in the center of the circuit board, under the gray cover. The dual fans have blue LED's when you turn the amplifier on. Soon I will be painting the amplifier a different color. What color scheme do you guys think I should do?

http://i44.tinypic.com/vzd9n5.jpg

IonRL205
02-05-2012, 03:05 AM
Whats your budget? Goals? What vehicle will this be going in? Kinda hard to help you if we don't know what vehicle this will go in. I could tell you to get a pair of 15s, but would be no good if you ended up getting a car that doesn't have room for them...

Patthehat033
02-05-2012, 03:12 AM
Whats your budget? Goals? What vehicle will this be going in? Kinda hard to help you if we don't know what vehicle this will go in. I could tell you to get a pair of 15s, but would be no good if you ended up getting a car that doesn't have room for them...

Right now.. my budget is nothing haha well.. for the audio equipment anyways, I have $5300 saved up so far for the car. I am hoping to get a few sub installs going on craigslist to make some money, then apply for a job in the spring which will roll in some money as well. Basically I just want to modify the crap out of my car. I am a guy who is very into engines and car audio at the same time so the more the better haha. I am hoping to get either a Mustang GT or a Pontiac Trans am/Firebird. The stang will have hardly any room in the trunk (my buddies got one, and I installed subs in his car, and had to use a small *** box to get them in the trunk.) and I think the firebird doesn't really have a trunk but it has like a few feet behind the rear seats to place things.