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Three eD EU-700's. These are recessed in 3/8" and the board is beveled 3/8" all the way around to fit flush with the storage compartment.

God bless the jasper jig!

The Storage compartment is coated in 3 layers of Sound deadener. Although perhaps not as effective as fiberglass or MDF/Birch, It does a great job sealing the area, and eliminating any resonance.

In fact, these speakers have the cleanest bass I have heard in a setup like this. Rock / Classical / Pop is unreal.. I haven't really tried to thump it up, but that is not really my bag of tricks. Regardless, the bass is super tight, and with Cabin Gain very, very rich.

Unfortunatly, I tried to match carpet colors on a monitor. I'll most likly be recarpeting these in the near future.

Also, You can't see it in the picture, but 2 rubber stoppers are glued to the bottom of the back seat. When the back seat is down, the weight holds the panel firmly in place. I'm planning on adding 2 more, to help even out the pressure on the board, since the side are beveled down to 5/8's and no longer have the strength they use to at a full 3/4".



Who says you can't have big power under the seats of a Tundra? USAmps XT-4000D Anyone? 1500+ Watts @ 1 Ohm? Ohhhh yeah!



Pioneer Premier PRS-880... Very nice head unit.. Just, be ready to spend some time with the manual.



My Tundra XSP FTW!
 

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Actually, I found a picture that has the rubber stoppers in it.

These stoppers actually do 2 things. They hold the board in place, but they also push the plastic under shroud of the seat up a few MM to give you some more clearance, and a bit more airspace.

I bought these at Lowes in their "Etc Parts Bins" for $.73 each.
 

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Looks good! It's nice to finally be done and be able to listen to your music. I am very curious as to how those ed's sounds, we will definitely have to get up one day so I can have a listen.
 

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Looks good! It's nice to finally be done and be able to listen to your music. I am very curious as to how those ed's sounds, we will definitely have to get up one day so I can have a listen.
These guys pound quite nicely... But they CLEARLY have a breakin period.. Ever hour I play them, they open up just a lil more... So I see some long drives in the near future... ;)
 

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How are they at 45hz and lower? I am looking for 3 of these for an install I am doing later. Course with 500w a speaker, they should slam.
 

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How are they at 45hz and lower? I am looking for 3 of these for an install I am doing later. Course with 500w a speaker, they should slam.
Hmmm, I don't really listen to anything that low... You have a bass hit in mind for something you listen to? I'll try it out.
 

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Ehh, not really, but if you listen to any modern music (modern rock/country/hip-hop) it will have some stuff that is reproduced below 45hz.

You may not like rap music, ( I dont either for that matter) but 36 mafias late nite tip is a great track for testing the lower end of the sub range. Lots of low steady bass.
 

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nice. What do you have for the door speakers? are you running a amp for the door speakers? If not is the HU powering them, or is it the factory amp?
 

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great setup....I have two of those Ed speakers and I am dying to put them in.......where did you buy your sound deadener at and also what size are those rubber stoppers
 

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nice. What do you have for the door speakers? are you running a amp for the door speakers? If not is the HU powering them, or is it the factory amp?
I'm running CDT Audio CL-61A's off an Alpine MRP-F450. I like the CDT's becuase they run well in doors that are not deadened. In fact, I'm really impressed with them. For the price they are hard to beat...
 

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Ehh, not really, but if you listen to any modern music (modern rock/country/hip-hop) it will have some stuff that is reproduced below 45hz.

You may not like rap music, ( I dont either for that matter) but 36 mafias late nite tip is a great track for testing the lower end of the sub range. Lots of low steady bass.
This is not turning it up to 11... Becuase I'm still breaking in... So, I wimped out and turned the Gain down a lil... and only had it at 1/2 volume...

YouTube - LNT

So, did you ever think 3 sealed 6.5's could go that low? ;)

*sigh* Now I need to find all these damn Rattles... ;)
 

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Interesting, I was all set on going with the sq10 back there. Do you have any pics of the install process?
 

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Interesting, I was all set on going with the sq10 back there. Do you have any pics of the install process?
Nadda... I was going to, but the amount of dust from the router made me a lil squimish about breaking out my Camera...

All I can say is lots and lots of measuring... ;)
 

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This is not turning it up to 11... Becuase I'm still breaking in... So, I wimped out and turned the Gain down a lil... and only had it at 1/2 volume...

YouTube - LNT

So, did you ever think 3 sealed 6.5's could go that low? ;)

*sigh* Now I need to find all these damn Rattles... ;)

Thats great man, do you have a vid of those little things playing that song with the camera on them? I know alot of people are amazed at the throw these things have, I would like to see them with 1500x1:devil:
 

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Thats great man, do you have a vid of those little things playing that song with the camera on them? I know alot of people are amazed at the throw these things have, I would like to see them with 1500x1:devil:
Not yet... I have some rattles that for the life of me I can't find... I'm starting to think that all the plastic wirewrap that runs along the sides of the cab is Vibrating..
 

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Do you think that two of these would suffice?
 

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One question, since they are dual 2 or dual 4 set up, what impedence do you have them at since it isnt possible to hit 1?
 

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One question, since they are dual 2 or dual 4 set up, what impedence do you have them at since it isnt possible to hit 1?
2.66Ohm right now. I got the D4's. But I'm thinking about swapping them out for the dual 2ohm's so I can run them @ 1.34Ohm and take advantage of the additional power I have. *Shrug*

The big point I was trying to make was that the 4000XT can easily handle 1500 watts, incase people are looking for an amp that will fit under the drivers seat and deliver big power. So far, the maximum I have really seen people try is 600-800 watt amps.
 
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