Brandon M's 2001 Dodge Stratus R/T
Joshua honed his knowledge of home audio/video gear during an 8-year stint as a Crutchfield Advisor. He can talk tech with the best of them, but he lives for the emotional experience of music. He brings that outlook to his writing, and to his side gigs as a folk guitar player and music teacher. He stays active by chopping firewood and exploring our national parks.
More from Joshua Crane
- 2 15" Kicker Competition Dual Voice Coil Subwoofers
- Alpine SPR-17S component speaker system
- Alpine SPR-69C6"x9" 2-way car speakers
- Pioneer deh-p5900ib CD receiver with MP3/WMA/AAC playback
- Street Wire 4 gauge wiring kit
- Lanzar 2 channel Amp (2000 watts at 4 ohms)
- XM radio
- Trunk and under the dash neons
- Fuzion ZRI's 215/17/45
- Power air filter
- Boss 3 farad cap
The installation was pretty much straight forward. I had already decided how I was going to run the wires and how I was gonna wire it up and all. I mean it's not hard but it is a time consuming process and Crutchfield took that extra step to just simplify the process.
Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?
Because Im an audiophile and I love being able to feel like im at their concert
What's the first thing you show people about your installation?
Well I like to show off my subs and tell them that I wired the whole system up so I guess the cleanliness and subs
Why did you choose these products?
I chose the products that I did because I wanted the top of the line products and one brand just couldn't specialize in all areas
What was the most difficult part of the installation?
The most difficult part was trying to run wires and make the installiation look as clean as possible
What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?
Well I plan on putting some 20" gianna's, putting coilovers and lowering it 2 inches, buying 2 more stronger amps to push my subs and alpine speakers, and possible turboing my engine.
Pioneer head unit
Receiver at night
2 15" Kickers
Sub and amp
Trunk with neon
Sweet Dodge Stratus