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2005 Chevrolet Avalanche

Rockin Avalanche, chuyler1's
MA US
Class: 1 |  Verified: NO |  Points: 13620 |  H2H Wins: 2 |  Rank: 5.9 |  Hits: 3730
Install Details
Installer:
Me

Equipment:
NeXT 5-channel 4x30 + 1x200 amplifier, NeXT 10" subwoofer, Dayton RS225 midbass speakers, SEAS large format tweeters, PPI X3 3-way crossover, KnuKonceptz wiring and interconnects

Description:
This installation cost a grand total of $600 including audio components, materials, and wiring. The factory head unit was maintained to stay within budget. The front speakers were replaced with home audio components installed in custom pods. The rear midgate was removed and duplicated in MDF to hold an amplifier, crossover, and 10" subwoofer. The enclosure for the subwoofer extends into the bed of the truck and entire setup takes up virtually no cabin space.

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Exterior View
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Comment Posted By:  CustomToys on Nov 24,2007  
love your install no visible wires very clean. i rated your system top points. rate my system out
Comment Posted By:  Ryan21 on Nov 03,2007  
You install is flawless. love clean proffesional work. All 10's. Check out my install sometime
Comment Posted By:  jaboran on Oct 29,2007  
wow.. nice and clean.. i like clean, seamless installs... i am impressed u fit a 10" sub in the little space AND an amp.. very very cool.. and good job on keeping on budget.. the equipment may not be JL or Morel, but the install is golden
Comment Posted By:  ludedude on Oct 29,2007  
very very nice install. gave you good points. come rate my ride.
Comment Posted By:  go'n'def on Oct 29,2007  
done well. hit you with 842 0utta 1200. nice gallery and details.
Comment Posted By:  hispls on Oct 27,2007  
Well, don't know where you are in MA, but the Home Depot near me has "protectowrap" butyl tape. 4-5 layers of that pretty much = dynomat. 16$ for close to 60 sqft.
Comment Posted By:  MobileAudio25 on Oct 27,2007  
Sweet install especially for only $600!
Comment Posted By:  chuyler1 on Oct 27,2007  
The Daytons sound pretty good considering they only get 30w. I'm sure they'd be really rockin with 100+ watts a piece and some adequate sound deadening.
Comment Posted By:  hispls on Oct 27,2007  
Killer budget install! I've heard great things about the Daytons on the DIY hi-fi forums. How are they doing in the doors?
Comment Posted By:  Pioneer~Saturn on Oct 26,2007  
Very nice. Extremely clean install, love it.

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