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  1. Good to see a couple of you installed this already and have feedback. With my weekends being devoted to camping at my seasonal site I don’t get a lot of time to install. So planning on picking away at it when I can while camping Question regarding the dsp and harness, if I hooked it all up this weekend and ran my rcas from behind dash to the rear but didn’t hook it up to anything as I don’t have amps installed yet will I still get sound from the oem speakers? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Maybe some people like the added mirror space to see around them better while driving. It’s no different then most pickups on the road being used for grocery getters, and wanting the added ground height to see better, safety Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Easy, they take your truck sell it used for a profit. You get new truck sure payments and rate will be lower but your payments are that much longer now. Then In a couple years they dangle a new truck in your face and rinse and repeat Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I definitely had troubles sourcing’s that ax dsp and harness up in Canada . Locally anstore wanted like 600$ emailed Metra and they set me up with a dealer a province away for 470 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Ordered this up today actually, looked at the maestro and gm3 solution, which is a fantastic unit itself with all the fancy features you get however spending 500+ on a double din right now isn’t feasible. The axxess is a pretty slick unit Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I don’t need balance or fade it’s a 2 way active setup. I think your missing that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Guess it wasn’t written clear enough Tap into rear speakers for full range signal then to lc2i. It has outputs for sub and main output. Rcas from lc2i will go to sub amp and will be xovered at the sub amp the main output on lc2i will go to a 2x4 mini dsp for processing the 2 way active up front. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. How do you figure? the chimes come through the front speakers. Not the rear Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. just wanting some last minute clarification before i try and get some wiring done tomorow. ive already ran 1/0 from front to rear of the truck. got a 16 double cab lt without the bose now the plan is for a active 2 way setup with 10" sub using a audiocontrol lc2i, so i believe the rear speakers is where i want to tap into, as they are full range. wheres the best spot to do this, at the rear doors, behind the oem headunit or somewhere else? from the speaker tap ill run a rca from the lc2i to my sub amp and then a set of rca to my 2x4 mini dsp which will then go to my 4 channel amp for the front stage. what would be the best method for tapping into for the lc2i? anything im missing
  10. 29bh is the one. It’s my first travel trailer and it’s a lot of trailer. It’s close to or just over the limits of the truck but it will be fine. Got a blue ox weight distribution/ sway hitch. I drive a semi around the city and surrounding so I have experience in towing or I would have gotten one lighter and under 30ft. Goes to our seasonal site next weekend. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. towed my new trailer home today, Then washed it. Waiting for a couple weeks for a full correction on the pickup Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Hope your up to adding a amp aswell. just replacing speakers isn’t going to net a huge upgrade. Posting a budget for the speakers will be needed the options are only limited to how fat your wallet is Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Just like mike said , there’s tons of great products out there. Really all it comes down to is the money you want to spend and how much time you want to spend to achieve a level of perfection that’s acceptable to you. But different products from different companies that do different jobs for the process, I like autogeek they have tons of products and if you care videos on different things. But always use a 2 bucket method. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Wanting to make sure I’ve got everything needed for a new stereo in my ‘16 double cab non bose 8” screen. this isn’t my first rodeo with stereos however my previous Cruze I never did anything on and had that for 3 years, and prior to that had a huge stereo in a 06 g6 and my tundra. Both with aftermarket HU which is so simple in terms of harness’s and locs etc. I’ve got most of the stuff kicking around that was supposed to go in my Cruze. Just put in a order with knu konceptz 1/0 power wire , 4gauge for my 2 amps, rca cables new 14 gauge speaker wire. 2 fuse blocks for the inside to distribute power and another for ground. A in-line for upfront on the 1/0. Got ring terminals heat shrink and wire loom already. So plan is to run a active setup as I was gonna do in my Cruze with a mini dsp 2x4 for the front doors 6.5 silver flute mids and seas prestige tweeters (can’t remember what model) powered by a ppi phantom 900.4. The mini dsp will take care of the eq fine tuning. Sub stage will be a ssa icon 10” powered by a older surfboard type ppi pcx 2400 (providing the amp fits somewhere but it should) the amp will allow me to eq the sub on that . Also have a loc lc2i, will I need/want the metra harness for behind the oem headunit? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I had a trifecta tune on my 2013 Cruze 1.4turbo that I had before the Silverado, night and day difference. Was pretty neat too I could turn the tune off by turning the cruise switch on. And performance with the cruise switch off. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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