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Marv88

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  1. Man I really like that! Btw, I got the procedure from JL on how to get the left minus right rear ambiance signal (it's really simple) but my attachment folder is full here. If you would like to see it on the setup screen message me your number and Ill text a picture to you.
  2. I received a full set of floor mats for a double cab by accident from GM and they told me to keep them so I used the rear ones with zip ties to cover the "echo chamber" under the dash (this improves midrange clarity when you have kick panel or low door mounted mids).
  3. Shined it up with the Jay Leno car care products I received for Father's Day. I've used lots of different products over the years with varying results and have to say so far I'm pretty impressed with his stuff (especially the tire and trim dressing)
  4. Agreeing with above and that's where I ran my audio system power wire
  5. Shined it up with the Jay Leno car care products I received for Father's Day. I've used lots of different products over the years with varying results and have to say so far I'm pretty impressed with his stuff.
  6. Very nice trucks for sure and of course I'm a little biased towards the Chevy . I think your wheels add the perfect amount of "pop" to the black (I'm not a fan of this all black including the wheels trend) and the stance looks perfect to me although @Nasty will tell you mine looks like a 4wd since I haven't got around to lowering it yet!
  7. I looked at the new Restyle when they came out however the price is way too high for what it is imo. I'm not sure which nex's you've had however this one has the "network" mode like the deh-80prs which lets you run a fully active front stage through the headunit as well as allows separate left and right adjustments and more crossover slopes which puts it slightly ahead of the Alpine tuning wise Imo. My new system consists of Japanese version Alpine DLX-F30T ring radiator tweeters, ScanSpeak Revelator mids and a JL Audio 13TW5 powered by a JL Audio xd700/5v2. I'm adding the twk 88 so I can manipulate the software to get a band passed left minus right signal with 20+ milliseconds of delay for "proper" rear fill and will power that from an Alpine compact amp. Which Mosconi are you looking for? I have a new 4to6 as well as a 6to8 around here somewhere as well as a bunch of other gear i won't ever use.
  8. Btw, all of my tuning will be done via the twk 88 however imo the Pioneer also has a "better"/more flexible onboard dsp (same as the very popular DEH-80PRS)
  9. I seriously doubt anyone could hear a sound quality difference *with all tuning being equal* and yes I could have added the dsp to the Restyle however since I got an iPhone I also wanted the CarPlay which my factory headunit has (original Restyle I had does not have CarPlay however the NEX does so I will still have it)
  10. My original plan was to use the stock radio with the twk 88 for the additional processing I needed since I plan to compete again. I didn't become aware of the Pioneer until after I sold the Alpine however if it had come out before I sold the Alpine (and I didn't need the additional processing) I would have just kept the Alpine. On the other hand if I were choosing between the new version of the Restyle and the Pioneer now I would choose the Pioneer as features are very similar however the Pioneer is a much better value imo even after the cost of the idatalink Maestro that is included with the Restyle. The main reason for adding the Pioneer now is very superficial i.e. it looks better than my stock radio and another is the CD/DVD player I already have will plug right in without the need for the module it takes to connect that to my stock radio.
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