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How much bass is enough bass? One might ask. Well, we can’t tell you the answer to that, but listening to the walled off 4th order band-pass box in this Yukon might help to clear up some confusion, frankly it may even clear up your sinuses while you’re at it. The box in this vehicle was built completely from scratch in our shop courtesy of custom enclosure specialist John Dabney. The box was fitted with a removable port and contained 8 SA 12″ Sundown Audio Dual 4 Ohm Subwoofers. The finished box was wrapped in suede to match the interior of the Yukon. The woofers were powered by 2 Skar Audio SK4500 amplifiers. In the doors, we installed two 8″ and two 6.5″ Crescendo Audio PWX loudspeakers, all topped off with 4 Crescendo Audio FT1 tweeters. The mid/high range speakers were powered by two Skar Audio 1300.2 amplifiers. In order to sustain the voltage requirements the system was fitted with two XS Power D3400 batteries. The Yukon also had dual 70 Amp alternators. Once completed, the system was mind-blowing, leaving the vehicle owner rightfully impressed. More Details
Let’s be honest, everyone wants to drive a souped up cop car. Only downside to that, most of them don’t have great sound systems. We changed that. This blacked-out Tahoe went from 0-100 pretty quickly with the addition of a full Memphis Audio system. Starting with the door speakers, the front doors housed a pair of Memphis Audio M-Class component set 6.5″ speakers. The rear doors housed a pair of Memphis Audio M-Class 6.5″ coaxial speakers. These speakers were powered off a Memphis Audio PR 300.4 50 Watts RMS @ 4 ohm. For the bass portion, the Tahoe received two 12″ Memphis Audio PR Subwoofers. The sub woofers were powered off a Memphis Audio PR 1000.1 @ 1 ohm mono block amplifier. For the head unit, we installed a Pioneer AVH-210EX Double Din Receiver. To top the system off, a night vision LED equipped back-up camera was integrated into the after-market head unit. Overall, the system sounded incredible with a cohesive audio experience. IG: @miss_justine_tx More Details
When you’ve got a recreational vehicle this cool, might as well add a mind-blowing audio system to it. This Polaris Slingshot came to the shop with two mounted Rockville audio coaxial speakers, but needed an entire system upgrade. In terms of sub woofers the slingshot got two custom built enclosures behind the seats fitted with Memphis Audio PR sub woofers. The entire system runs off one Memphis Audio Marine 5 channel amplifier (5-channel marine amplifier — 60 watts x 4 at 4 ohms + 300) watts x 1 at 2 ohm. The dash of the vehicle was modified in order to install a pioneer head unit. Four Memphis Audio Marine coaxial speakers were installer in the interior of the slingshot and cover with gunmetal grills. Overall, the system sounded unbelievable and all the different sound frequencies mesh incredibly well together. The factory backup camera was also retained in the head unit. More Details
American trucks are known to be incredibly capable machines, so what’s better than celebrating that longevity with a pretty capable sound system. This truck received 4 Memphis Audio M-Class coaxial speakers, a pair of 6.5″ speakers for the front and a pair of 5″x 7″ speakers for the rear panels. The bass element of the system required some special creativity, a custom rear seat center console (L-shaped box) was designed to house two Memphis Audio SR 10″ Subwoofers. The subs were powered by a Memphis Audio Street Reference 1000.1 (500 watt max) amplifier. Once finished, the system sounded great and provided a complete audio experience. More Details
This nostalgic Chevy Caprice lacked an audio system to match its pristine condition. Our team at Auto Audiophiles fabricated a custom-fitted, carpeted (matching interior) center console in order to house a top-of-the-line Pioneer Double Din stereo, the console also featured two cup holders and a USB cord that ran to the radio . In the tightly fit kick-panels, we installed a pair of Rockford-Fosgate 6.5″ coaxial speakers. In the rear deck, we installed a pair of Rockford-Fosgate 6″x9″ coaxial speakers. By using a center console, the owner of the vehicle was able to retain the essence of the original dash, while also receiving a great stereo upgrade. Overall, the wiring was well-hidden and the system sounded much improved. More Details
This classic American muscle car was craving an upgraded sound system, and our team at Auto Audiophiles provided just that. The customer provided sub woofers and amplifiers, but requested a stealth loudspeaker set-up in his doors. In the front doors we installed two Crescendo 6.5″ neodymium loudspeakers, along with two Memphis Audio M-Class tweeters. The entire system sounded incredible, and had a boosted pre-amp signal due to an Audio Control LC7i line-out converter In the insides of the doors the original 6X9″ speaker compartments were modified with custom panels in order to provide a mount for the tweeters. In the trunk of the vehicle and additional battery mount was modified in order to house the aftermarket battery. More Details
Usually we don’t name names, but in this case it’s hard not to give a healthy shout-out to the man Ronnie Harrison Jr. Defensive Back for the Alabama Crimson Tide, and now for the Jacksonville Jaguars. We had the great pleasure of working on his Challenger and his clean 2015 Chevy Silverado. Our team installed a powerful 3.4 Incriminator Audio 4 channel amplifier to his door speakers. An AudioControl LC7i line-out converter was also hooked up to increase the signal from the factory radio. The entire job was immaculately wired and sounded incredible. In the Silverado, a pair of Memphis M-Class 6X9 coaxial speakers were installed along with two Rockfort Fosgate R3 Slim Sub woofers, and a LC2i Line-out converter. More Details
This convertible’s massive V8 needed an elite sound system to compliment its prowess. Our team at Auto Audiophiles undertook the extensive process of producing a completely custom built system. The equipment consisted of three Skar Audio amplifiers, one powering a pair of Skar Audio 12″ sub woofers, one for the 4 Skar Audio mid range loud speakers, and one for the 4 Skar Audio 3″ tweeters. The door panels were made using fiberglass resin and covered with a vinyl wrap that matched the interior of the vehicle. The sub woofers were housed in fiber glass pods which fit snugly into either side of the convertible’s trunk, allowing for the top to be stored with no obstruction. The pods were wrapped in a carpet which matched the trunk interior. Overall, the system turned out sounding incredible and the owner was ecstatic to get the bull on the road! More Details
An icon in the automotive world, this G-wagon needed some extra bass to elevate the factory sound system. Two 12″ Crescendo Forte sub woofers powered by an Incriminator Audio 2000 watt RMS I15.1 mono block amplifier took this vehicle’s cabin to new heights. The Crescendo subs were fitted into a Rhino-lined Q-Bomb ported box which allowed for the subs to play unbelievably low frequencies. An Audio Control 2-Channel line-out converter was used to tap into the factory signal and convert it in to the pre-amp signal. This job left the factory system untouched allowing all after-market equipment to be easily accessible. More Details
This American muscle symbol required a thorough wiring job in order to get the audio system up and running. No amount of electrical work is too much for our experienced installation team. Two amplifiers were hooked up along with two pairs of Memphis Audio 6.5″ M-class speakers, and two 12″ American Bass sub woofers. The sub woofers were fitted into a previously bought MDF box. More Details
Everyone has to start somewhere when it comes to car audio. This Mustang required a starter system that would get it rolling in the car audio game. Fitted with a 250 watt RMS/500 watt max Memphis Audio amplifier, and a pair of Memphis street reference sub woofers, the Mustang got an affordable yet quality system. The subs were set in a rhino-lined Q-Bomb sub woofer box which not only fit snugly in the tight trunk but also unleashed the full potential of the sub woofers. A clean wiring job left the vehicle looking unaltered and ready to upgrade its equipment in the future. More Details
Being the king of the road, this monster pick-up also needed a sound system fit for royalty. Starting with the front doors, this truck has two 8″ and one 6.5″ Crescendo Neo-Forte loudspeakers on EACH door. Just when you thought that was all, the front doors also include two FT1 Black Crescendo super tweeters on EACH door. Moving to the back doors, each one features two 8″ Crescendo Neo-Forte loudspeakers and a single FT1 super tweeter. Bass wise, this truck has a blow through fashioned in order to house two massive SPL DB Drive 18″ sub woofers. Powering this monster system is an Orion 3000W class D amplifier, and a Crescendo Audio C1100.4 Concerto amplifier. In addition to the internal system, this truck also has Crescendo Audio PWX 8″ loudspeakers mounted underneath the truck just to round out this unreal sound system. More Details
A truck lover’s dream, this 2019 Dodge Ram needed a little extra help in order to boost the overall quality of its sound system. Using a pair of Memphis Audio Power Reference 6×9″ coaxial speakers, our installers were able to retain the factory set-up while providing that extra high-end sound. In addition to the door speakers, we installed a pre-fab truck box which housed a 10″ sub woofer. The woofer was powered by an Orion Audio 2 channel amplifier which provided sufficient wattage to compliment the coaxial speakers. More Details
Going back in time with this antique Grand Cutlass, we suited it up with two 12″ Incriminator Lethal Injection sub woofers. In addition to powerful subs, we designed fiberglass pods to house our customers two 12″ Eminent loudspeakers. Overall this job required our installers to clean up wiring and maintain the integrity of the prized Cutlass. Our installers at Auto Audiophiles love the challenge of custom systems, and this Grand Cutlass is a prime example of our custom expertise and experience. More Details
Fitted with two Crescendo 6.5″ Neo-Forte loudspeakers in the front doors, this Impala was left asking for more sound. To solve this problem, our installers made custom fittings for two Crescendo 10” Neo-Forte loudspeakers. The custom work was precise and maintained the integrity of the door panels. Each speaker was set on a carpeted ring which matched the color of the factory leather interior. In addition to the speakers, the two amplifiers powering the speakers were re-wired and a new power wire terminal was added to the system. Overall the Impala left the shop with a balanced system of elite sound. More Details
Antique Buick Riviera
This blast from the past is fitted with two powerful 15″ sub woofers that compliment six 8” loudspeakers which line the door panels. Working on older cars can sometimes be challenging, but our installers have the expertise to bring any antique to life. A custom center console was built in order to house the single din head unit, this way we avoided having to cut into the dash of the vehicle maintaining its original factory look.
Modified 2013 Nissan Altima
With a fully functional audio system previously installed from Auto Audiophiles, all this Nissan needed was some fresh wiring and a new fuse terminal connection to the battery. At Auto Audiophiles no job is too small or too large for our installers. We take pride in our relationships that we have with our customers. We always go out of our way to make sure that every element of your system is rocking and rolling because we understand how important your music is to you.
Previously fitted with a respectable audio system, this car was looking to extract maximum bass potential out of the available air space in the trunk. We produced a custom box with a cylinder port that was assembled in the trunk of the vehicle as to utilize the most possible area. The Customer had selected 12″ Sundown Audio 750 RMS sub woofers powered by a 2000 Watt 2 Channel Sundown Audio amplifier. In addition to the custom box, our team worked extensively to cover the rear compartment with Stinger Overkill sound deadening material which negated trunk rattle and allowed for the subs to play more clear and distinct bass frequencies. The customer left our shop in awe and planned on returning for a full mid-range upgrade! More Details
Compact sports cars like such typically don’t have very much air space for sub woofers. But that didn’t stop our installers at Auto Audiophiles from fabricating the perfect solution, a 500 watt Memphis Audio amplifier, two Memphis 10” Street Reference sub woofers in a compact Q-Bomb box perfectly sized for the Scion’s tight trunk compartment. A Rapter 8 gauge wiring kit was used to draw power and integrate the factory head unit into the rest of the system. More Details
2015 Jeep Rubicon
Needing a JVC After-market head unit, but not having enough space in the in-dash compartment, this Jeep faced a serious dilemma. Fortunately, our installers are equipped with power tools and have the skill to perform clean custom job that allows for the perfect integration of after-market electronics. We were able to cut through the brackets hindering the JVC head unit, and slide it into its newly expanded in-dash section. With the dash-kit plating put in place, there was no sign of any alteration to the factory set-up.
Not your everyday ride, but at Auto Audiophiles we don’t discriminate against any vehicle. This big rig was in need of a new radio, so our installers researched the application and were able to seamlessly integrate an after-market radio into the Volvo semi-trailer. If you’re interested in getting your Semi-trailer suited up, please provide us with your vehicle information and we’ll get back with you regarding the stereo options for your truck.