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Lol ent! Strangely though, the first time I heard of it was by the name techflex and it stuck. Since then, been buying it on the FurryLetters Ebay store.Rovin wrote:" techflex " is actually a brand name ppl casually use for braided sleeve like how ppl say scotch tape for any brand of clear tape ...
I was going orient them with the control panels facing the rear seat, but didn't for 2 reasons.Brian Steele wrote:I installed my Alpine PDX-F6 in a similar way. I oriented it so that the wires faced towards the front of the car though, Not only did that ensure that they wouldn't be disturbed by an errant foot from someone sitting in the back seat, the glow from the amps was a bit more visible and gives my otherwise stealth install a bit of pizazz.
Yes the cabin vents are blocked.kamakazi wrote:Are you blocking off the cabin vents with the box and are there any drawbacks/advantages to doing that?
Firewall wrote:Any ideas on the easiest/quickest way to do this is appreciated. Thinking dremel with cut off disc, or tin snips (if i could find them)
Rovin wrote:u rel zug up dat foam boi ..... ........
Boy, i was using that knife to cut the dynamat on the floor and the tip get real dull.
nice work doing d door skin & completely covering d inner metal with sound deadener
Thanks. The internets say the door HAS to be well prepped for the woofers. This is probably the best I could come up with
this is 1 thing dean & fernando never does that i cud never agree with cause according to them "in case u need to get into doors to service them" , 10yrs i never had reason to go into my doors to fix anything so why deny myself way better sound for "just in case" & its not hard to cut a hole in d deadener to access inside d door
now that d inner door has been completely been sealed off i doubt d vapor barrier is needed anymore ...
Lol. I know, but tbh i find I cut it real neat so i wanted to save it
Hey, I am using the signal sensing and not getting a turn on pop, I am getting a turn off pop when the mosconi loses power.nick639v2 wrote:Had the same issue with my np300 install and an audio control dm608, I tapped off a blank ignition fuse in the box, I got the thump as well.. I just switched over to signal sensing feature to turn on and off the system.
It actually worked out better because the 2 secs it takes for it to sense the signal it didn't turn on during the acc phase on the push button start.
I just watching your doors and I get vex that I too lazy lol, I didn't do any prep to them and install the comps jusso smh.
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