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 Post subject: BF Ute Install
Posted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:04 pm 
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Hey guys

Im a massive Audio enthusiast, i listen to most types of music, so i require very high Clarity and some pretty decent bass.

I am getting my car install done tommorow morning, putting Maestro 6" splits in the front, with 5x7" Maestro coaxials in the back i believe. (im actually trusting my mate at Penrith autobarn to pick the right install for me, so im not 100% on details)
Also it is getting a 4ch amp to run the speakers and a mono block to run a full size compition class Option Audio 12" sub which is getting installed behind my drivers seat.

Im heaps excited so i thought i would share. I will post pictures as soon as i am able.

Cheers, Aaron

 

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 Post subject: Re: BF Ute Install
Posted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 9:06 pm 
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HoldenGoneFord wrote:
Im heaps excited so i thought i would share. I will post pictures as soon as i am able.

Cheers, Aaron


How'd you go with the install?
what did you use to connect the amps to the icc?

Cheers Cam

 

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