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 Post subject: prof stereo install on my fairlane, $575 exp? splits etc
Posted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:59 pm 
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hey ppl,
me n my mate wired up my old stereo gear ages ago and i finally bought new speakers cause my old stuff had seen better days.. so i got 5 1/4" alpine type r splits in front tweeters are up in factory spot, 2 way 6.5" polk audio in the rear and a 1.0 rockfosgate cap 4ch wiring kit and everything re wired properly(h/u, 4ch amp, mono amp, 2x 12 pioneer subs)
all i wanna know is did i get ripped off? all up it cost me $575 but im dealing with it anyways
its all done now properly

also s**t me that i didnt have my car from 8 till 5 seriously couldnt of taken that long to do specially for ppl that know what ther doin

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 Post subject: Re: prof stereo install on my fairlane, $575 exp? splits etc
Posted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:38 pm 
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uniacidz wrote:
To redo everything again and install new stuff, sounds bout right..

Comes down to quality. I would rather pay more then be stuffed around with a s**t job.


yeh i havnt actually checked over everythin as its raining atm but it looks pretty smick..
only prob i have doesnt bother me much but it didnt do this b4..
when i hoped in my car n drove off from the car audio place i could hear a noise comin threw my speakers with the revs of the car if u get wot i mean
should i take it back in?

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 Post subject: Re: prof stereo install on my fairlane, $575 exp? splits etc
Posted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:42 pm 
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i think i should take it back in i just read that it could be the rca cables running besides the power wires.. i member i had this prob when me n my mate first installed my first stereo

 

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 Post subject: Re: prof stereo install on my fairlane, $575 exp? splits etc
Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:11 pm 
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619GIE wrote:
uniacidz wrote:
To redo everything again and install new stuff, sounds bout right..

Comes down to quality. I would rather pay more then be stuffed around with a s**t job.


yeh i havnt actually checked over everythin as its raining atm but it looks pretty smick..
only prob i have doesnt bother me much but it didnt do this b4..
when i hoped in my car n drove off from the car audio place i could hear a noise comin threw my speakers with the revs of the car if u get wot i mean
should i take it back in?

cheers


EVERY and i mean EVERY professional installer should know not to run power and signal cables together... Hell i even knew that on my first install. If they have you should be questioning their services... Otherwise they may not have grounded the amplifier correctly.
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