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  1. Excellent! Other benefit is you didn’t bone up your factory wiring ! Congrats Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Did you have any luck with the harness? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. That is a solid box. I did the lift c bracket thing because the downfiring box I have was too to the ground for the excursion of the skars. I think a front firing box would be so much better ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. This is really great. How long did that take you to do? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. This may well be one of the more impressive things I’ve seen in years. Well done! Best solution award goes to you! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I just read this and am I right to read that you cut a hole in your floor and the box is on the underside of your rig?!? Wow Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Cool looking setup. Question for you - where are you taking the ground from back there ? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. you know, i had always knew i wanted to run all the accessories from a seperate battery so when i ran 1/0 gauge power behind the seat, i also ran a remote turn on wire so i don't really have a use for for the yellow. turns out that my DSP and amps all have signal sensing turn on and so even the remote turn on wire has little value but gives me options for anything else i want to turn on back there via key so that is nice
  9. YES. That is exactly it. I actually just went back to identify the wires from the picture I took about 8mo ago. Negatives to the negative wires on rcas, positives to positives and then the two RCAs went into my dsp. If you don’t do the DSP dance and do a an LC2i, you’ll just do wire to wire on in the side and then out from the LC2i to you amp. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Very nice. You know, what I haven’t tested is the quality of the sound going from the dsp to some mids or highs. I was actually looking for a speaker mod that could go in the rear pillar. But no dice/time Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Right. So i have the bose setup so i'm grabbing highlevel inputs from the bose amp using the t harness from llj customs - its this one . They have a bunch of different options and if i were to do it again, i'd choose the one where they make RCA for me however i didn't do that so i just had wires provided out of the bose amp (6 wires). from there i took 4 of them and connected to RCA (i actually don't know what the other 2 do) and feed those into the DSP. the DSP has 4 in so really i have another 2 RCAs i could feed into but i don't know what i'd use because inside the DSP software i can chop up the sound across the 8 channels out. To that end, I use 4 of the out channels to feed 2 amps a lower signal. Does that help?
  12. Lol. The DSP is the Dayton audio dsp-408. Incredible value for what you get. I bought it on a whim after asking for a recommendation because I was going to get the audio control one. Someone said that it was a heck of a steal. I bought it and no one posted about it and then somewhat recently the guys from fivestar car audio gave it a review and showcased it. Really a neat unit for what you pay. For me it’s perfect to feed the skate audio subs signal at the right frequency and width. I actually sold my sundown 10a and landed on the skars because the audio was so comparable after feeding both with the dsp. Now with the better signal I’m looking forward to what will happen because I know I’ve got some ground leakage occurring Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Of course - it’s Just to keep the load of my amps in DSP off the main system. I’m also going to be running a raspberry pie which of course isn’t much at all but it gives me some perceived flexibility in adding more accessories back there without everything landing on the main battery. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. @psyfertech , @Snowcamo was kind enough to share this post with me and its basically like for like what has been going on with my setup . I don't have the grounds connected and i think this is apart of the issue (the other being using a POS relay which i have the PAC coming over via amazon now) 2 quick questions for you Before connecting your grounds on the batteries, Did you also notice static from time to time in your stock speakers? Why did you link the 2 batteries instead of doing something like a PAC 200 to switch between them?
  15. THIS LINK IS GOLD. thank you! it is actually a confirmation of this This link that i read about some time ago but just ignored the context about the HAL Sensor effect it for some reason. Thank you again. !! I just ordered the PAC 200 and i'll get the right sized ground to connect the 2 batteries
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