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  1. I just finished adding an amp and sub to my 2019 Sierra double cab and wanted to share some info to help others. Power--Connected to the positive post. I backed off the clamp bolt just far enough to insert a connector (used a standard ring connector and clipped the top, making it into a C). There is a rubber grommet on the firewall directly behind the battery that had an unused accessory nipple. I snipped off the end and 4 gauge cable slid through it perfectly. Remote on--fuse box is on the passenger side end of the dash. I used a test light to find a fuse slot that powers up with ignition. Run the wire down to the power cable you just pulled through the firewall. There is a ton of room to run these down the passenger side and there is no need to remove the center column plastic as the cables will run underneath with no issue. If you need more room to work, there are are a couple caps that cover the stock wire loom that can be removed. Two bolts close to the door seal and two more just under the carpet. I used a wire coat hanger, fed it from the rear seat to the front, and taped the two wires to it so i could pull them straight back. It worked great. Line out convertor---I found a wiring pdf doc for my 2019 which included the amp and speaker plugs with color codes. Open the wire loom that you just ran your power lines next to and look for the stock subwoofer speaker wires. The colors are, positive + was blue/grey (almost looked pinkish grey) and the negative - was green/black. These two wires will be twisted together like other speaker wires. I was thinking about using the front door speakers if I did not find the sub wires but this hookup sounds nice so I plan to stick with it. This only supplies the convertor with 1 input so I used a y plug on the live rca out of the convertor so my amp received both coaxial feeds to the input . Ground-- I removed a rear seat bolt, ground off the paint underneath and tightened it back down on my ground connector. Extras---I removed the stock jack and placed it in my bed storage box so I could use the brackets fixed bolts to attach my accessory board. I then attached my capacitor and power block to the secured board. I am sure there are things I could have done better so feel free to respond with better ways or what worked for you. I am by far no expert but have been doing my own backyard installs for almost 30 years and they have never failed me. I just wanted to give people some tips in case they think the job is way too hard because it was actually quite easy and sounds fantastic (well, as good as stock audio can sound with some extra thump).
  2. Located in Northern NJ Company: Sound Off Audio Size: Dual 10" with 9" 3/16 cutout Made of 5/8" MDF with Black Fabric Color Mounting Depth of Sub: 5.5" Includes speaker terminals Fits 2014-16 Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra Double Cab Box was used for around one year until the truck was sold. It's in good condition and had great fitment under the rear seat. Need it out of the garage so 100 OBO
  3. Hey all, we're a local Chevy dealer with a strong ecommerce presence. We have the lowest prices on the Kicker subwoofer package for the 2014+ Silverado & Sierra Crew & Double/Extended Cab sizes. Installation does not require dealer install. it is a plug and play package. We have guaranteed low prices that shouldn't be beat! GM offers a few versions of these units: -Double Cab and Crew Cab models have different parts numbers -GM offers just a sub upgrade, or the sub upgrade plus amplifier on the door speakers. *The standard Sub upgrade works with the Bose system. *The kit including Sub plus Amp on the door speakers will NOT work with Bose systems. For a price, please send us a message with your body style truck, and which kit you would be interested in plus your Zip Code for shipping. Everything is in stock ready to ship. Forum members will find that our prices on all GM accessories will be hard to beat. Please message me with any questions on this or any other accessory you may need for your truck. *** Currently running a little bit of a deeper discount on the crew cab models, with just the sub upgrade. Buy cheap, sell cheap is the name of the game ***
  4. I just traded in my 2012 2500 crew cab (Chevy LTZ) for a 2016 3500 crew cab (Denali) and have noticed a huge difference in the sound of the stock stereo. They are both Bose premium systems but they sound worlds apart. I have seen other posts on 2016 Yukons and Tahoes that the new ones are hollow, but have not seen comments on the 2016 trucks. Not to knock the truck as everything else has exceeded my expectations except this, but for an MSRP of almost 70K, I think a vehicle should have a decent stereo. I even tried to reach out to GM to see what size speakers where in the truck: JC:7:02:52 PM GMC - Assistance with my Infotainment system Connection established. Welcome to GMC Connecting.....A live chat agent is now entering the chat. A:7:03:12 PM Hello and welcome to GMC Infotainment Customer Support! How may I help you today? JC:7:04:14 PM Hi A, I just purchased a 2016 3500HD crew cab Denali and have a few questions about the speaker system. Would you be able to help with this? A:7:06:56 PM Congratulations on your new purchase! We don't assist with speakers. To better assist you I am going to transfer you to our Customer Assistance Team who can better answer this question. would you like me to transfer now or do you have any questions regarding the infotainment system-IntelliLink? JC:7:07:38 PM No, please transfer me. Thank you. A:7:08:25 PM Ok. Please hold one moment while I transfer you. Thank you. Agent Tyler enters the call Agent Antonio left the call T:7:10:50 PM Thank you for contacting GMC Customer Assistance, My name is Tyler how can I assist you today? JC:7:11:17 PM Hi T, I just purchased a 2016 3500HD crew cab Denali and have a few questions about the speaker system. Would you be able to help with this? T:7:12:09 PM What kind of questions do you have for the speaker system in the car? JC:7:12:46 PM This is 2 parts:I have a Bose 7 speaker syste JC:7:13:29 PM The first is what size speakers are in the dash, front doors, and rear doors? JC:7:15:48 PM The second is it seems I have no sub, which I believe is supposed to be speaker 7. I just traded in a 2012 with a bose and the sub was in the console.....Is that the same for my 2016? T:7:17:16 PM Unfortunately we don't have technical information. I recommend contacting a dealership, they would have more information about the size of the speakers. Please allow me 2 to 3 minutes to see if the sub woofer is included. JC:7:18:44 PM No problem on the delay. I want to confirm whether or not it's included. Thank you. T:7:20:56 PM Thanks for waiting, I'm sorry but I don't have any information on the Bose Package. I recommend asking the dealership this question also. Sorry for any inconvience. J:7:21:57 PM Thank you T, I appreciate your time. .....am I being unreasonable thinking this is not right?
  5. I have a 2016 Silverado with and 8" screen and standard system (no amps). I am getting ready to add a 5 channel amp along with new door speakers all the way around and a sub in the back. To do this I'm going to use the LC7 audio converter but wanted to see if anyone had some tips on where to tap into the current speaker wire lines. If anyone has the location of the speaker wire harness and the breakdown of each color wire that would help me out a lot! Any tips you have are greatly appreciated Thanks in advance!
  6. I have a '15 Sierra SLE Doublecab non bose and no nav. I'm going to use factory wiring for this setup as long as people seem to think it's acceptable. I listen to mostly country/rock/metal and some older rap stuff. Here is the hardware I have planned but not finalized if anyone has any suggestions. Amp: Pioneer GM-D9605 (75X4 @4 ohm + 1x350 @4 ohm(600 @2 ohm)) Front Door: Rockford Fosgate Punch P1692 6x9 Coaxial Dash Speakers: Stock Rear Door: Rockford Fosgate Punch P1650 6.5" Coaxial Sub: Pioneer TS-SWX2502 (Open to other suggestions, just the best performance to size and price I could find as the double cab doesn't have tons of free space) Front Door Adapter: Metra 82-3004 Rear Door Adapter: Scosche SAGMHR634B Also using factory replacement speaker connectors for simplicity. I plan on grabbing the Metra 71-2107 to go from the HU to my amp line level inputs which will also turn the amp on. Then using the Metra 70-2057 to go back to the factory speaker harness. This way whenever I eventually trade the truck in I can keep my amp. Does anyone know how long these cables are? Any recommendations or suggestions?
  7. From the album: 2017 Silverado 1500 Midnight Edition Z71 LTZ Black / Black

    Gain Control Knob Console Mounted Lower Left for JL Amp
  8. Hey all, we're a local Chevy dealer with a strong ecommerce presence. We have the lowest prices on the Kicker subwoofer package for the 2014+ Silverado & Sierra Crew & Double/Extended Cab sizes. Installation does not require dealer install. it is a plug and play package. We have guaranteed low prices that shouldn't be beat! GM offers a few versions of these units: -Double Cab and Crew Cab models have different parts numbers -They offer just a sub upgrade, or they offer the sub upgrade plus amplifier on the door speakers. *The standard Sub upgrade works with the Bose system. *The kit including Sub plus Amp on the door speakers will NOT work with Bose systems. For a price, please send us a message with your body style truck, and which kit you would be interested in plus your Zip Code for shipping. Everything is in stock ready to ship. Forum members will find that our prices on all GM accessories will be hard to beat. Please message me with any questions on this or any other accessory you may need for your truck. *** Currently running a little bit of a deeper discount on the crew cab models, with just the sub upgrade. Buy cheap, sell cheap is the name of the game***
  9. Wanted to show you guys my recent audio build I did on my 15 Sierra. Specs: Stock head unit, audio module reflashed for flat 20-20k signal with attenuation or eq. AudioFrog GB Series 3 Way active front stage. AF GB10 Tweeters AF GB25 Mid Range in the dash AF GB60 6.75" Midbass drivers in the doors JL 13TW5 V2-2 Subwoofer SubThump Single Downfire box Metra 6x9>6.5 door adapters Sound Deadener showdown CLD Tiles, Closed Cell Foam, and Mass-Loaded Vinyl Arc Audio XDi 1200.6 for front stage Arc Audio XDi 1100.1 for Subwoofer, puts out 650 watts @ 2 ohms Helix DSP PRO Digital Signal Processor Helix Director Digital Touch Screen Interface for the DSP. Mosconi AMAS2 Bluetooth to Optical module Knu Conceptz Karma SS Speaker Wire Knu Conceptz Krystal Kable RCAs Knu Conceptz Kolossus Fleks Power and Ground Cable Knu Conceptz KNF60 Distro block Tuned with UMIK1 and REW Here are some pics of the build and the finished product at the end. Enjoy!
  10. Hey all, I recently purchased a couple shallow mount subs, a subthump box, and an amp/wiring kit for my 2015 GMC Sierra SLE. I also purchased this line output converter to get the signal to the amp from the stock wiring. I searched for "line output converter" and literally nothing came up on the forum, so i'm curious if anyone knows the easiest place to tap into to get the subwoofer signal to the amp? I'd greatly appreciate any help! My truck is a 2015 GMC Sierra SLE, does NOT have the Bose factory system. PAC LP7-2: http://www.pac-audio.com/productDetails.aspx?ProductId=1188 Gear i'm adding: 2x Rockford Fosgate P3SD2-12 1x Power Acoustik EG1-2500D -- wired to 2 ohms, about 800w RMS total subthump dual 12" box w/ amp rack space Thanks! Captain
  11. FOR SELL $400.00 Only used for 6-9 months Powered Subwoofer Upgrade System for 2014- 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab and 2015-2016 GMC Sierra Double Cab 1500. Also compatible with 2015-2016 Chevrolet Silverado Double Cab 2500/3500 and GMC Sierra Double Cab 2500/3500. Not compatible with models equipped with 6.2 Liter engines and Bose Audio System. I am near Royal Oak, Michigan willing to meet up for delivery within a reasonable mileage or willing to ship at buyers expense
  12. First, you guys can make fun of my set up for using a crappy brand but it works for me. My question is this: I have a Pyle power amp "Pyle PLA2378 2-Channel 2,000-Watt Bridgeable Mosfet Amplifier" (rms 1000) and a "Pyle PLPW12D 12-Inch 1600 Watt Dual 4 Ohm Subwoofer" (rms 800) and was wondering if my set up is correct. Right now, I have it bridged to get more power out of the sub. If I were to get a second sub (same sub) should I keep it bridged or should I put one sub per channel? Or should I connect it to the other sub? I'm not sure how the ohms work, I believe my watts are correct and safe with the one sub bridged. Also, I do not have a capacitor installed. I know generally it's to consume less power and give it to the amp when it's needed, but would it give better sound quality?
  13. 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
  14. So I'm looking to upgrade my sound system a bit, specifically I'm thinking of getting a small subwoofer (8-10 inch), I've already gotten an aftermarket stereo deck. I have no idea when it comes to this sort of stuff, so what sort of things should I look for/be wary of? I'm talking with a guy who has a 10 inch Kenwood sub with a box for $70, does this mean it's cheap and low quality or will it be fine? Also, I would then need to get an amp as well, what should I look for when buying one to make sure it's good quality? He said he was running it on a 400 watt amp if it makes a difference.
  15. 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
  16. I have a MTX Thunderform Sub Box with 10" Kicker Sub I had installed in my 09 Sierra Extended Cab for a few months until my truck got written off from hail damage. My understanding is it will fit any extended cab silverado/sierra from 2007-2013, please double check fitment (http://www.supercrewsound.com/C15EX07FB10-TN.html). If you're looking for a sleek, OEM-looking install with crisp responsive bass, look no further! This sub was and is amazing, I hate to get rid of it but I ended up getting a small car instead of replacing the truck. Box alone retails for $350 not including $100+ for the Kicker CompVR (07CVR104) 10-Inch 4-Ohm DVC 400RMS subwoofer. The sub is wired for a 2-OHM amp but can be wired to work with nearly any impedance. Looking for $325 Shipped, best offer. Please text or call 218-four-1-six-2-four-9-one as I do not have access to check this forum often. Thanks for looking!
  17. I want to add a little bottom end to my sound system. I am probably going with a single sundown sd-2, either an 8-inch or 10-inch, depending on the volume of the box. The thought is to have a custom box built, probably out of fiberglass, that will fit perfectly into the driver's side well of the plastic tub under the back seat so that it doesn't move around or rattle, but it is still removable whenever I need the space for something else. I guess the speaker terminals would have to be on the face / top of the enclosure. Does this sound reasonable or doable? What should I expect to pay for this enclosure? Any suggestions for someone in the Dallas (TX) area to build this for me that won't take advantage of me? Attached are photos of the location.
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