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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    Great stuff as always.







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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

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    Love the sub enclosure. The radar up front is very conspicuous. Those speakers deserve a lot better than those door pods. And the Zapcos are nice, but I would have liked to see some Audisons in there. Overall it's nice, but I feel that the customer wanted more than his budget allowed judging by the choice of equipment but it seems rushed and not custom enough, IMO.
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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    That's fine. If you call screwing $875 tweeters to the factory grilles in the dash, $900 midranges into the factory door panels, and $1475 mids into factory door panels with some ABS rings, satisfactory, then by all means, don't let me change your opinion.

    Edit: And just let the mic for the phone dangle from the A-pillar. Idk. I'm a little more detail-oriented I guess, especially concerning a high-end install.
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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by LaserRed38 View Post
    That's fine. If you call screwing $875 tweeters to the factory grilles in the dash, $900 midranges into the factory door panels, and $1475 mids into factory door panels with some ABS rings, satisfactory, then by all means, don't let me change your opinion.
    This.

    Saw Audison Thesis speakers in the first post's list and was quite excited. Rather disappointed by the speakers' installation. Doesn't do those speakers justice at all. Not saying it's JML's fault..who knows what the customer's budget allowed for. Simply not fit for those speakers though.



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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    i want it (but with 2x ssi's )

    is this diffrent form the cayenne i listened to eariler this year? i still need to come by and listen to your daily (300 watt system).



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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    looks nice and clean dude



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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    Very clean looking install. **** nice equipment.



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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by LaserRed38 View Post
    Lol nice grammar. Like you really know me.

    Anyways, like I said, some things could have been done better and I've seen this shop's other builds. Judging by the pics, I am guessing this client either had a very strict deadline and wanted high end stuff in his ride, installed yesterday, or he just didn't have the budget for a more custom/fabbed install, but wanted the high end stuff for bragging rights and settled for "good enough" in some areas. Namely the doorpod/mid install and radar sensor which could have been hidden BEHIND the grille instead of ON it.

    Again you don't know anything about me. So maybe you should think before you post. You're still new around here, bud.

    Overall nice decent install, but the equipment and the vehicle deserved a little better IMO. And I don't think it was the shop's decision.
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    And I just think you could have worded your first post better.



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    Re: 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo build by JML Audio of St. Louis

    Very nice SQ install. I would love to hear this.



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