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!