Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

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    Default Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    If we have a thread like this, please delete mine. If not here's the format and please list part numbers and specific work involved that you had to do to make it all work.

    Year :

    Cab configuration :

    Head Unit :

    component speakers :

    sub-woofer :

    amplifier :

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    -2007
    -regular cab long bed
    -jvc walmart crap
    -alpine type E's
    -10" ported kicker in slim box
    -Power Acoustiks 400watt amp (I like to hear the treble haha, had 2 12" memphis subs and a 1400watt amp and it was OVERKILL)

    I was a cheapo and used the factory speakers as sort of a mounting bracket for the new Alpines, took about an hour or two, but with a sautering gun, some liquid nails, and metal wire, it was solid as a rock, and sounds good too! I basically just cut the speaker out of its old housing and dremeled the edges of the housing to fit the alpines. You can get adapters online, but it's not like someone is going to take your door panel off and see that you were a cheap bastard haha

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    -2011
    -Double Cab
    -Older Alpine CDA9885
    -Alpine SPX-17PRO components - utilized carspeaker-adapters spacers/tweeters in A-pillars vs. "wing" location
    -DIYMA Reference 12" sub mounted in prefabbed box behind front passenger seat. Bolts to the 1/3 seat; not an issue since I rarely have passengers back there.
    -Pioneer PRS-D800 (class D) for components/Alpine MRP M500 sub amp
    2011 2WD DC 4.6. Black and scratchy!

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    2010
    CM
    Pioneer z120
    -6 ID XS 65s 3 in each front door
    -4 Sundown Sa-8s
    -Saz 3kd(3000watts RMS)
    MBQ DCS 4125 for front speakers
    Kenwood KAC8401(I think) on tweeters

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    2010
    Double Cab
    Pioneer AVH-X5500bhs head unit
    CDT HD-62AS front components
    2 JL Audio 10W1v2 in 2 Cu ft ported enclosure
    Boston Acoustics GT4100 Reference amp on the fronts and rears
    Soundstream RUB1.1000D on the subs

    Pics will be forthcoming as sooin as I get done messing around and decide I'm done
    Last edited by loknload; 05-21-2013 at 12:20 PM.
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    Pioneer AVH-X5500, Boston Accoustics GT4100, Soundstream RUB1.1000D, CDT HD-62AS front stage, 2 JL Audio 10W1v2 in Fox Acoustics ported enclosure, Big 3 done with Sears Diehard Platinum PM-1 battery.

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    2010
    Crewmax
    Factory HU w/Audison Bit Ten D
    Hybrid Audio Technologies L8 & L3SE
    Alpine Type R Thin 12" SWR-T12
    JL Audio HD900/5

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    ill play along...

    2004 AC

    Alpine 9886

    Zapco Competition 6.5" mid bass in doors
    Zapco Competition 1.1" tweets in doors

    Image Dynamics 6.5 CTX coax in back for rear fill

    Focal Polyglass 11" for low end

    Zapco DC 750.2 for sub
    Zapco DC 350.2 for front stage

    all controled by a Zapco DRC-SL in the glovebox

    2 and a half bulk kits of hushmat as well....

    next few months i will be doing a different sub setup and finishing the system

    adding my Zapco competition 4" mids in the kicks and switching over to Scan Speak Tweeters in the A-Pillars running off my Zapco DC 1000.4

    it should be a nice little SQ competition Rig
    Last edited by ZapcoTundra; 12-06-2012 at 09:54 PM.
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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    2006 Access cab
    HU: Clarion CX501
    Polk MM6501's & MM651's in doors
    2 8" Polk MM840's in qlogic box.
    Polk PA5000.5 amp
    Stinger sound deadening may add some more later.
    All the hard work is done just need to put in the deck and hook up the amp.

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    2005 dc
    Pioneer z130 headunit
    JL zr 8" mid's and zr tweeters front doors
    JL c3 6.5 rear doors
    JL 13" w5 flat sub under rear seat custom fiberglass box after alot of modification to storage compartment
    JL 300/4 slash amp for doors
    JL 750/1 hd amp for sub
    Stinger 10 farad hybrid capacitor
    Die hard platinum battery under the hood
    Dynamat in all doors and whole rear floor next is the whole floor

    Still working on wrapping the box in the same grey suede as my headliner and building an amp rack on the back wall will post pics when it's all done
    Last edited by cwhealon78; 12-09-2012 at 10:30 PM.
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    2000 Access Cab
    HD pioneer V400
    Everything else stock
    It's terrible and can't wait to upgrade.
    Cuz stock sucks
    2000 Tundra: TRD S/C, unichip, full dual exhaust, cold air intake, custom fuel system, locker, lifted, air bags, valve body mod... It never ends

    2001 MR2 Spyder: Rotrex S/C, Apexi ECU, euro 6spd, BC coil overs, cusco bars, Che bracing, Corky's bracing, custom exhaust, Scion HD.

    1972, 1976, 1977- Celica's - sadly deceased

    1972 Chevelle SS- LS5- sold

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    [QUOTE=yrtneg24;1840263]If we have a thread like this, please delete mine. If not here's the format and please list part numbers and specific work involved that you had to do to make it all work.

    Year :2013

    Cab configuration :Crewmax

    Head Unit :Pioneer 8500BHS

    component speakers :Hertz Energy 6x9(F) Hertz Energy 6.5" Coaxial(R)

    sub-woofer :JL Audio 13TW5 Stealthbox

    amplifier :JL Audio HD 900/5

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    Default Re: Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    Year: 2008
    Cab configuration: CrewMax
    * Kenwood DDX719 HU
    * Taco Tunes 6.5 front and rear speaker spacers
    * Alpine KTP-455u 4ch amplifier (doors)
    * Focal Access 165 A1 components - front doors
    * Focal Access 165 CA1 coaxial - rear doors
    * JL Audio 10TW3 Truck PowerWedge - sub
    * JL Audio 600.1 - sub amplifier
    SPRCHRG
    * TRD supercharger
    * Borla exhaust/TRD tails
    * ARB bumper/Warn winch
    * Pro Comp Stage 1, 6"
    * Toyo OC MT 35X12.50
    * KMC XD778 Monster 20X9

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    Default Your Tundra's aftermarket audio setup

    2006 DC

    Pioneer AVH-X4600bt

    CDT HD-62 mids and highs

    Kicker CompR 8" sub under rear seat

    Zapco ST5D running all speakers

    Nice little commuter mid level setup.


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    Bilstien 5100's | Wheelers progressive HD 3-leaf AAL | 285/65r18 BFG A/T KO on Chrome Moto Metal 951 | ARE LSII Tonneau | PIoneer AVH-X4600BT | Zapco ST5D | CDT HD-62 | Kicker CompR8


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