What's up folks?
I've had decent car audio before, but it was professionally installed. Now I'm driving an old truck ('95 Bronco) to and from the oilfield, and it gets the hell beaten out of it! Trying not to spend much money on it (so I'm doing my own installs) but since it's kind of my home away from home I have to have a good system in it.
I bought the Bronco a year ago with stock speakers and the Sony head unit (in my sig). My roomie donated the Infinity powered sub to me and it helped a lot. Then one of the stock speakers blew and I replaced them with Polks. While I know this is all entry-level stuff it's helped a lot; and I've caught the bug.
I had a '92 Bronco years ago with an Alpine head and V12 four channel powering Focal components up front and a Bazooka sub (remember when those were hot?). Anyway, this build will be better.
I've been lurking for a little while just trying to figure out what gear I should be looking for while I get the plan together. The sub is doing fine for now, but the head needs to go, the fronts are okay for now (will get nice comps soon), and might get some coaxs for the rear (but I don't have passengers very often).
Anyway, I definitely have some things to learn, but am looking forward to the end result. Is it ever over?