The equipment will be 3 massive nx4 4ch. Amps, 1 massive n3 sub amp, a pioneer p99rs, scanspeak 8s in the doors, 5 1/4s in the kicks, and I have 4s and tweets in the A-pillars all scanspeak. I also have 2 older phoenix gold titanium 15s on the way. Should be a nice sq ride with decent output.
It will....can't wait to finish this...
i could be looking at this wrong, but are you going to have the sub box on top of this? if so you should invest in some fans, or something iv always wanted to try.........water cooling.
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you be the coolest **** around, how many people can say that?
never done it but i would assume you would need:
and the little things like switches, wrapping the tubes around the amps/heat sinks etc...
um wate rcooling system would generate small amounts of water buildup wouldn't it lol? if it was meant to be done higher end companies would have done it. i dont think a WATER cooled system would work well. but tj so far so good. ur a noob thou. get a flush trim bit next time for that top piece to cut it nice and perfect o when you cut one piece at a angle the joint to the other piece of wood should be cut at an angle as well to ensure proper joint contact. just some things to work on bro.
Alright, I finally got some updates and just finished most of the wiring. I'm still waiting on another Massive Audio NX4 and my 2 Phoenix Gold Titanium 15's that I'll be running sealed. The spare cable runs taped to the amp rack are for my kick panels and I'll be playing with those and the mids in my A-pillars to see which I like more.
Started out with this:
Quickly wired everything just to have some music:
4 fans total with a hole cut behind them to **** in air. Each fan is pointed directly at the vents of each amp.
The orange straps are tied to the little pulleys for my seats to go up. I couldn't reach them with the amp rack in the way so I just added some length and now I can fold the seats up all the way with no issues.
I bought a few things to see if I could make some speaker grills for my a-pillars. I'll see if I have time to try it out tomorrow.
Well I got a couple things done today and one of the subs came in. I made some dinky little grills for my A-pillar mids. They came out looking decent. I **** at fabricating and all that good stuff so for me they actually came out pretty good.
The pg 15s only need 1.25c/ft sealed each and I just happen to have a box from when I ran a couple old school round solo-baric 15s. The box is 1.5c/ft per chamber.
On to the pics: