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    What's that in an Astro van?

    I think that having a battery inside the passenger compartment is a ad idea. As they discharge, they will vent toxic gases that you defiantly do not want to be breathing.

    I also hope that you have those subs isolated from the rest of the speakers in your setup there otherwise you'd just going to pummel those other drivers with the backwaves from the subs.
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    Well, since you asked....I don't like it at all. Looks ghetto, which, interestingly enough, seems to match the interior of the vehicle.

    I don't get the point of having all those drivers back there. Or the battery in the car. Or that unfinished amp rack. Or all the different brands of amps strewn out there. And I wouldn't think rear visibility would be too good.

    But I guess it all depends on what it is you're going for.
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    how embarassing the sad part is hes proud of it. whats the dc to ac converter for?
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    You guys are ruthless! ;)

    It looks to me like the two cabinets are separated since they're strapped together with metal plates but yes, otherwise those drivers would get mauled by the subs.

    I didn't know about the battery problem. That's a good tip. Does that go for all car batteries? How do the SPL competition cars handle the fumes when they have banks of batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    Well, since you asked....I don't like it at all. Looks ghetto, which, interestingly enough, seems to match the interior of the vehicle.
    I don't think it looks that ghetto. Short of hundreds of dollars into fiberglassing and a few weeks of work, it isn't going to get much better than that..

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    I don't get the point of having all those drivers back there.
    Because I like the sound of the polk speakers. I was lucky enough to have some given to me in trade for some work, and I built a nice box for them and now I have sound far superior to any car audio system I've heard yet.

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    Or the battery in the car.
    I need the second battery because I do not like to drain my starter battery when I choose to listen to my music for extended periods of time with the engine off. Why is it in the vehicle? So I don't have a 18' run of wire between my power source and my equipment, resulting in an unstable power source. Oh and there's no room under the hood. As for these "toxic gases" I have yet to experience them. Admittedly I currently have a standard starter battery, but I would like to buy a nice 12v 100AH or so SLA when I get the money, like this guy here http://www.batterywholesale.com/batt...tml?prodID=243

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    Or that unfinished amp rack.
    The amp rack is not unfinished. It's quite finished. What do you see missing?

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    Or all the different brands of amps strewn out there.
    In my opinion, JBL does not make good full range amplifiers. They do however build very clean subwoofer amplifiers. I chose the BP1200.1, with a frequency response of 10-320Hz, THD of 0.10% and SNR of >90dB. And it does all this at 1200 watts continuous power.

    I chose Alpine amplifiers for my "mids and highs" because I got them for a good deal at a pawn shop, and couldn't afford to buy what I would like to buy, but they sounded the best out of the other 40 or so brands they had.

    Even if I did have the money to buy exactly what I wanted, I still wouldn't have all my amplifiers and other equipment from the same manufacturer. I think audio manufacturers are just like restaurants. Some restaurants have great burgers, but their barbecue tastes like garbage. Go across the street and they have good barbecue, but crappy burgers. I think everyone can agree with me on that.

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    And I wouldn't think rear visibility would be too good.
    Visibility is fine actually. I can clearly see out of my entire back window with the installation as is.

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    But I guess it all depends on what it is you're going for.
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    Oh, and about the rear drivers being "mauled" by the subs. Not at all. I actually keep the subwoofers at minimal gain, just enough to get a nice kick when the drums hit. I usually listen to nothing but Metallica, but lately I've included Nine Inch Nails and Rammstein into my listening.

    Aside from that, the only time I ever turn my subs beyond maybe 10% gain is when the hordes of teenagers with Sony Xplod 12s purchased from walmart pull up next to me at redlights and try to drown out my lovely musical bliss with their rubber band rattles. But then they get hammered by Bass Mekanik's techno babble bass.

    I must admit though.. the 15's were a bad choice. I wanted them because I've never done an install with 15's before, and I wanted to see what they would sound like. However after having built a 12^3ft. vented enclosure tuned to approx. 35Hz, followed by a 3^3ft. sealed enclosure, with uber bracing and sufficient poly-fill, I am still not happy with the sound. It's slow and sloppy. I am trading my 2 15" for 4 10" subs tomorrow, and building a 4^3ft. sealed enclosure for them, which will bring my entire setup down about 6 more inches. Ideally I would like to have the top no higher than the bottom of the side windows, but I'm not sure if i'll get that.

    What are you all suggesting, though? Do you think I should have my subs facing the rear? The problem with that is it just rattles stuff when I have them facing to the rear, and sound quality goes out the window (literally). I really do not notice any difference in the sound with the subs on or off, except for the super low bass or lack thereof, of course. The 4 6.5" drivers actually get down to 30Hz just fine on their own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    Well, since you asked....I don't like it at all. Looks ghetto, which, interestingly enough, seems to match the interior of the vehicle.

    I don't get the point of having all those drivers back there. Or the battery in the car. Or that unfinished amp rack. Or all the different brands of amps strewn out there. And I wouldn't think rear visibility would be too good.

    But I guess it all depends on what it is you're going for.
    definitely ghetto looking. I can understand where some would want good sound over looks, but the amp rack looks like its on a sheet of plywood, the boxes look like they were thrown together quickly, and all the wires look like a mess. sorta like a cleanup after a concert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coderjedi View Post
    Oh, and about the rear drivers being "mauled" by the subs. Not at all. I actually keep the subwoofers at minimal gain, just enough to get a nice kick when the drums hit.
    Do the subs share the same cabinet space as the other drivers do? It's just a matter of the subs pushing around a lot of air in comparison to the mids. They create a lot of extra pressure in the cabinet that can affect the mids.

    Good luck with the four 10's and feel free to post pics of the build here!

    If you like how it sounds and you're generally happy with it, more power to you. I'm a little surprised to see it get bashed this badly. Did I mention welcome to the forum? Stick around, there's a lot of very helpful people and information here (after you wade through the negative comments).
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    I am Mike's friend, and helped him with this ghetto build, and highly recommend a ghetto build where we live. The boxes are actually very well constructed. screws, adhesives, and braced. The top speakers are actually Polk MW6510's with seas speakers. There are 4 chambers. 2 in each box. Battery in the vehicle is a good idea. He has a battery isolator. The inverter is for porn :-). Just kidding. It is used for charging anything from phone, laptop, shop light, his FN disco ball. What ever you wish you could plug in when ever you are far from an outlet, or are going down the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coderjedi View Post
    I don't think it looks that ghetto. Short of hundreds of dollars into fiberglassing and a few weeks of work, it isn't going to get much better than that..
    ....and now I have sound far superior to any car audio system I've heard yet.
    I need the second battery because I do not like to drain my starter battery when I choose to listen to my music for extended periods of time with the engine off. Why is it in the vehicle? So I don't have a 18' run of wire between my power source and my equipment, resulting in an unstable power source.
    In my opinion, JBL does not make good full range amplifiers. They do however build very clean subwoofer amplifiers.
    I chose Alpine amplifiers for my "mids and highs" because I got them for a good deal at a pawn shop, and couldn't afford to buy what I would like to buy, but they sounded the best out of the other 40 or so brands they had.
    Even if I did have the money to buy exactly what I wanted, I still wouldn't have all my amplifiers and other equipment from the same manufacturer. I think audio manufacturers are just like restaurants. Some restaurants have great burgers, but their barbecue tastes like garbage. Go across the street and they have good barbecue, but crappy burgers. I think everyone can agree with me on that.
    The best sound possible for my minimal budget. I've acheived that.
    Um....wow. Just........wow.

    As SPL setups go, Ive seen worse. But the best car audio system youve ever heard?!?!?!?!

    If youre happy with it then F what anybody else thinks - but you need to realize that is an extremely ghetto system and that you couldve gotten a much better sounding system for less money and with the proper install you couldve salvaged most of the space inside the van and also that pretty much all your reasoning above is just wrong. But again, if youre happy, then thats all that matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael_w View Post
    You guys are ruthless! ;)

    It looks to me like the two cabinets are separated since they're strapped together with metal plates but yes, otherwise those drivers would get mauled by the subs.

    I didn't know about the battery problem. That's a good tip. Does that go for all car batteries? How do the SPL competition cars handle the fumes when they have banks of batteries?
    Theyre probably sealed batteries, besides the fact that most SPL cars are not daily driven so youre not exposed to the fumes for extended amounts of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    Theyre probably sealed batteries, besides the fact that most SPL cars are not daily driven so youre not exposed to the fumes for extended amounts of time.
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    Dude, even "sealed" batteries will vent fumes. I can guarantee it. Especially if the battery has corroded terminals.

    I seriously would have put it under the hood or at least sealed that battery box up and put a vent tube leading outside the vehicle.
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    I have seen more than one car in my life that has the battery inside the vehicle. Like my dads Vette, some older jeeps, and my buddy says they are in some European cars. I'm not too concerned.
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    vette = convertable? jeep as in wrangler ? with no top? most of the cars u see with batteries are in the trunk....
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    Ummm both vehicles you listed have hard tops too. Most cars have the batteries under a nice hot hood. I had a battery in the rear, and front of my Bronco for the winch, and stereo system. No problems. Sealed maintenance free. Tin foil hats work great if you are concerned about it:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by coderjedi View Post
    Even if I did have the money to buy exactly what I wanted, I still wouldn't have all my amplifiers and other equipment from the same manufacturer. I think audio manufacturers are just like restaurants. Some restaurants have great burgers, but their barbecue tastes like garbage. Go across the street and they have good barbecue, but crappy burgers. I think everyone can agree with me on that.
    Your example is wrong......a polk amp 300.2, 500.1, 400.4, etc will all 'sound' the same.......as they should since they're all 'burgers'......

    Your comparison makes sense if you're talking about trying to mesh a Polk amp, a JBL amp, etc together.........THEN you will have problems matching your sound from your various speakers.....

    And if you need that explained any further, you're screwed.........sorry......
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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw22 View Post
    Your example is wrong......a polk amp 300.2, 500.1, 400.4, etc will all 'sound' the same.......as they should since they're all 'burgers'......

    Your comparison makes sense if you're talking about trying to mesh a Polk amp, a JBL amp, etc together.........THEN you will have problems matching your sound from your various speakers.....

    And if you need that explained any further, you're screwed.........sorry......

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    Yes there are cars that have the battery inside but it would either be in the trunk and vented or under the backseat and vented. See the similarity.

    As far as what I think. If you like it cool. Not my cup of tea. I prefer for the system to be either more integrated or at the very least very neat. The metal straps don't work for me. The amp board that looks like MDF or plywood uncovered doeasn't work for me. And the fact you lost all the rear seating to do this doesn't work for me.

    I can guess that it should sound good. You have some nice stuff in there. I just don't like the execution.
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    The top set of speakers, which I'm guessing are subs, mids and highs look like a set of house speakers.
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    They are from polk house speakers. From what Ben posted they are Polk MW6510's with seas speakers.
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    The rear seat actually fits in there. The tweets are kinda centered to be clear of the seats. Ghetto look/good sound is what he was going for. The mixing amp thing is a dumb a thing I have heard. The top box is basically a monitor 10 with Sea's tweets. These were a bad run from sea's, and the voice coil wire breaks in these. He will be getting Morel's. The amp board makes no sense to me. The ghetto look is to keep people from breaking into the van. I would have built an amp box with exhaust fans. I really hate all that gay led crap He didn't put that on there, but manufacturers seam to like to give the kiddies something shinny, and glowing to look at
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe08867 View Post
    Yes there are cars that have the battery inside but it would either be in the trunk and vented or under the backseat and vented. See the similarity.

    As far as what I think. If you like it cool. Not my cup of tea. I prefer for the system to be either more integrated or at the very least very neat. The metal straps don't work for me. The amp board that looks like MDF or plywood uncovered doeasn't work for me. And the fact you lost all the rear seating to do this doesn't work for me.

    I can guess that it should sound good. You have some nice stuff in there. I just don't like the execution.
    Yeah I am with you on this one. He is 21, and I have been there(almost), but I like my A/D/S 320's, and 325i's hidden. Alpine head unit, Nachamichi XO, A/D/S PQ10. I don't have, but want one, or 2, or 4:D sealed 10's in the trunk. I'm not into an SPL competition with anyone, and I like to be able to hear horns, and sirens. Loud is for home, and not driving. Shoot I'm getting old:o
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    Thanks for the battery information. I never really gave it thought since mine is under my back seat (stock location).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
    Um....wow. Just........wow.

    As SPL setups go, Ive seen worse. But the best car audio system youve ever heard?!?!?!?!

    If youre happy with it then F what anybody else thinks - but you need to realize that is an extremely ghetto system and that you couldve gotten a much better sounding system for less money and with the proper install you couldve salvaged most of the space inside the van and also that pretty much all your reasoning above is just wrong. But again, if youre happy, then thats all that matters.
    1. It's not an SPL setup in the least. I have no SPL what so ever anymore. I did when I had a 12^3ft vented enclosure for the subs, facing the rear.. but I didn't like it, and it wasn't what I wanted, which is why I built the new 3^3ft sealed enclosure as seen in the picture.

    2. It's not extremely ghetto, and to whomever said they look like they were cheaply/quickly thrown together... uhm, no. I spent almost 8 hours on EACH box. It would be hard to build a better box in my opinion. I used to go through all the trouble of covering boxes with felt or other materials, but I just don't see the point anymore. It's just hours of work for nothing, nobody cares, and besides..the nicer it looks, the more chance someone will try to break in and steal it. As for the metal straps, I have no other choice, really. How else are you going to keep that much weight with the combined height and little depth from flying forward? Also, my seats fit just fine, thanks. Sorry I left them out to install it, I definitely should try to install with seats in the way next time. :-\

    3. For less money? I have invested a total of $388 into the entire system as seen. Please tell me how I could have spent less, considering people spend more buying crap systems at WalMart.

    4. More space. I don't see how you think this is so large.. From front to rear the entire amp rack and speaker boxes is no more than 3'. I still have the whole second row seating and about a 1-1/2' behind the boxes.

    5.Happy? yes. very much.

    6. Thanks for the 'nice' comments, as for the rest of you, you suck. Haha.
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    For a brief second im going to pretend im a thief who actualy wants to rip someone off and yoink some car audio gear.... im sorry im not walking up to a 1994 astro van with blue carpet and expecting to find "the best ive ever heard type of gear" i really doubt that if someone planned on taking your stuff... they are gonna say "o ****, what an ugly install, lets go check and see if the sl500 has anything more worth taking".... if they want to take your stuff they are going to, no matter how ugly the install is. if u have seats and crap it in... u could easily make a stealth amp setup and hide your speakers away pretty damn well.


    when i first looked at this i thought it was a joke, especially because of the title... but if it makes u happy. congrats... but honestly what response were u looking to get?
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