Have you ever had any problems or heard of any problems with larger subs creating problems with the computer because of all the rattling and shaking?
Headunit- Kenwood KDC-MP928
Components- 4 Alpine SPR-17LS 6.5" Type R's
Sub- 18" TC-5200
Component Amp- JL Audio 300/4
Sub Amp- Orion HCCA-D5000 at .7 ohms
Wiring- All Stinger HPM Series, Big 3
Enclosure- 3.2 cubes @ 28hz
Battery- Optima Yellow Top
Alternator- 220 amp Iraggi
References: CA.com- Digital B, mtdewelf, SBLAZER, tuckerbucket, GaresTaylan, basebalz13
well that was the 1st thing that worried me, but i havent had a problem yet, just make sure you try to keep your hdd as far away as possible from sub, like mine thats why i placed my in my dash(besides i had the space for it). But if you have a sick system like an mt i suggest,brace yourself, a capacitor just for the computer. cause voltagedrop will kill your computer. i am only recomending a cap cause thaat is a cheap bandade solution for your cpu. if you got the cash invest in HO alt(id recomed a alt regardless,since you pulling that kinda power)
edit: thats why i recomend a 2.5hdd(laptop harddrive) they can withstand shocks much better
Last edited by Megalomaniac; 08-22-2006 at 06:21 PM. Reason: edit
w00t...got iGuidance v2.1.3 today (for free ) and am using iGMon to embed it with RR, works awesome...
100x better then Street Atlas
I'm thinking of putting one in my car.
60gb 5400 2.5" hdd
this 7" touchscreen in-dash lcd
got decent reviews and is non-motorized (good thing)
I wish I would have thought about a carputer before I got my 880. My alpine 7995 was great but I upgraded to the 880 mostly for the ipod integration
Headunit: Pioneer P880
Components: CDT CL-61A
Amp: US Acoustics USX2100
Sub: SI Mag 15" D2
Box: 4.0 cf @ 30hz
Amp: Viper D1200.1
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On MP3Car.com I saw all the diffrent front ends, but I didnt get into detail. Are they like another program in windows, or does it overwrite windows? I'm having problems right now with winamp closing when I switch songs, and its pissing me off.
There is a setting in my frontend (Centrafuse) where i can run it as a shell(it gets rid of the windows explorer desktop,and you cannot use ur desktop now,only centrafuse) or you can run it as is like any other program. set your resoluion to your desire and walah. i just put my centrafuse in my startup up menu so right when my computer logs in it automatically loads up centrafuse,this way i can access my desktop when in need in my car.
Shell, for me is better. Because I regularly attend shows, and I wanna upload the pics and vids while I am there. BUT....I guess if I ran it, I'd have to pull my monitor/HU back out, and run the USB cable for the touch screen, lol
and drop centrafuse(or whatever you are using) in the Startup folder
this way you can access your desktop,its much easier to upload through windows it self then through a frontend IMO
when you login it will boot it up automatically,but this way you wont sacrifice your desktop
is this program hard to re-skin? I like to change up a lot.