For those of you looking to go active I recommend that you check out the Madisound speaker store. They sell well reviewed raw drivers at a fraction of what you would pay for brand name component sets. I would also like to ask if these DSP's that y'all are talking about offer any kind of time alignment? This is very crucial in properly setting up an active system.
Maxsuperdog replied to ZPP's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThe noise could be coming from the audio control component. Unfortunately they are known for this. I am using th JL Fix and Twk D8 and am very pleased with them. BTW that is a very nice install that you have done.
Just tap in in the B pillars and you'll be fine. I don't remember the colors either but like was said before just google it. Personally I don't need a friggin chime to tell me the door is open or my seatbelt isn't buckled.
Maxsuperdog replied to 2009GMC's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500Here is where I have my knob.
I have the same on my truck. I hope for your sake that you don't live in an area of salt on the roads in the winter. Mine are all pitted after just a winter and a half. My truck is only driven on the weekend and was rinsed very well with a pressure washer before being parked for the week.
Maxsuperdog replied to Ashleyfox118's topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMYour first issue is that you're using XM. This is very low quality. How do things sound when listening to a CD? The front door has a 6x9 in it if I remember correctly. Can easily put a 6.5 in there with an adapter. The dash has a 2.5 in it. Kinda hard to find these but they are out there. I put a 1 inch tweeter in my dash by making a simple mounting plate made out of a cutting board. JL fix will take speaker level inputs, a flat signal and RCA outputs. There are also many amps on the market that accept speaker level inouts
Maxsuperdog replied to Madcow2020's topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMO gauge does fit in the door channels. It requires removing all the zip ties that are factory installed. It's a tight squeeze but doable. Probably about the same amout of work that your doing.
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