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Sorry if the thread is not in the correct spot I am new to this forum, but I would like to know if anyone has a Kicker VSS Soundgate complete kit for sale. I am looking into buying both the AMP and the Subwoofer. Its going to be for my 2017 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab Thanks Everyone
Brand new Kicker Soundgate (19119205) audio upgrade system for sale. It has never been installed and the only thing missing is the original packing box. Asking $550 plus shipping from Cumming GA 30040. See pic and details here http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/gmc/sierra-1500/19119205/2014-year/slt-trim/5-3l-v8-flex-engine/electronics-cat/audio-scat/?part_name=kicker-audio-upgrade FEATURES AND BENEFITS • Adds big-bass subwoofer in a small space, along with high-efficiency, low power-draw amplifiers and a unique sound signature from the multichannel 32-bit DSP amp • 200-watt powered Kicker subwoofer with quick-connect wire harness to easily secure or remove when needing cargo room (sold only in kit with 32-bit DSP amp) • Combined kit “kicks out” 400 watts of power • Plug and play – no wire cutting or vehicle modifications • Cosmetically integrated original factory look
BEATFRYER posted a topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMOriginal Post from earlier in the week: I just ordered mine for my 2014 Sierra CC (Non-Bose) and I can't WAIT for the UPS man to get here today!!! People can talk all they want about the price vs. aftermarket and bla bla bla. I ended up getting mine at Shopgmcparts.com for $847 on sale. Will try to post pics this weekend as well as give an updated eval for the new body style system. For anyone with a 2014 and up truck, you know that you basically run your entire vehicle from the steering wheel. I wasn't interested in messing with that and the head unit to get a little better audio sound. I'm sure I will swap out the speakers for something a little more crisp further down the road but for now, I'm stoked about having a little more boom in my Hip Hop and Rock!! So to update, I just had my system installed yesterday. Yes...I paid someone because I can't manage to pull apart interior panels without breaking all of the clips in the process so the $100 was worth the frustration to me (we can't all be master DIY mechanics!!) I have nothing but love for this system so far! It is so well balanced that it is ridiculous! I'm in my mid 30's and am not looking to turn my truck into a pressurized chamber any more so if that is what you are looking, look elsewhere. What it DID do is make it louder, more crisp, and enough bass to enjoy some electronic music, hip hop, rap, and rock the way the Sweet Baby Jesus intended! I listen to a very wide variety of music (really...not the typical "I listen to everything" knee-jerk answer that most people say) and I put the system to the test with quite a few different genres of music in the next two hours of cruising after picking my truck up from the shop. Not one time did it splat, bottom out, crack...NOTHING! I think that is one of the upsides to buying an all-inclusive package that is designed to go together. It knows its own limits and, within reason, won't let you push past them. I have no regrets on spending the money on it. And when it comes to space and appearance, the pictures they show online for the product is exactly what you get. You can see the sub box under the back seat on the passenger side but the front of the truck looks exactly the same as it did prior to installation. That was one of the huge upsides for me was that I wanted to keep it looking as factory as possible. I know it was a bit wordy but I hope this helps anyone who is sitting on the fence about whether or not to pull the trigger like I was. And come on critics, bring all your worst about how much it costs and how you can get a custom system for the same price and...whatever. I bought it on Tuesday night for $850 brand new from ShopGMCparts.com, had it on Thursday, and had it in the truck for another $100 before lunch on Saturday. Take it from a true music lover (NOT a car stereo critic,) this thing was worth every cent and I believe will not let you down! Cheers
So I installed the Kicker Soundgate Powerstage about a month ago for my 2011 Silverado crew cab(non-Bose). System sounds great, was a breeze to install, high quality components. Anyone who knows about these systems knows how expensive they are, and well, some things happened, long story short, I'm in a serious bind for cash, so I'm offering the system up for sale. I won't give you a long review on what it is or what it does, if you're looking at this you probably know exactly what it is and have done some research(it's a 10 inch sub and amp in a box custom to fit under the back seat, and a separate 4 channel amp for all other speakers while keeping the factory stereo.) I will say that it is awesome as it should be for how outrageously expensive it is. It's 1,249.99 on Crutchfield, and I was not able to find it any cheaper anywhere else. http://www.crutchfield.com/p_206PSICRE7/Soundgate-Powerstage-System-by-Kicker.html Like I said, it is virtually brand new, perfect condition, only been installed for maybe a month. I hate I have to do this but I just do. So, anyone who has been considering this system and has been hesitant about the price, here's your chance to get it MUCH cheaper. First person to offer up $950 gets it. I live in the Triangle area of North Carolina, Willing to drive half way if reasonable distance, or we can discuss shipping. Quickest way to contact me is by email, ntsolomon5 @ gmail. com