Alan R's 2007 Chevrolet Corvette


Robert Ferency-Viars

Robert Ferency-Viars is the managing editor for the Crutchfield car A/V learning content, and has been with the company since 1999. A Virginia native from the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, he loves spending time with his wonderful wife and sons, listening to music, writing, and playing games with friends. Robert's love for car audio began at 16 when he installed his first car stereo.

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Items installed:

  • Eclipse AVN6610 navigation system
  • JL Audio XR650Csi component speakers
  • JL Audio TR525-Cxi 5-1/4" speakers
  • JL Corvette Stealth Subwoofer
  • SIR-ECL2nt Sirius Traffic Controller
  • Eclipse iPod adapter
  • Eclipse CH3083 CD Changer
  • JL Audio XD700/5 5-channel amplifier
  • Front and rear cameras

Installation Description

I had Area 41 of Kennesaw, GA and Sounds Sensations install the audio equipment and Dynamat throughout the car. I installed the Dynamat in the truck myself

Q&A Section

Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

I had Eclipse in my previous car and wanted the same quality in my Vette

What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

The Amp rack installation in the truck

Why did you choose these products?

I chose the products for the quality of sound

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

The cost.

What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

Upgrading the entire system to something more current like Pioneer and Alpine

interior Picture of interior of car
amp rack Amp rack from interior
amp rack Amp rack and stealth subwoofer from trunk
Eclipse stereo Eclipse navigation headunit
Eclipse stereo iPod in the console
Dynamat Dynamat installation
Dynamat Another photo of the Dynamat installation
Front of car Front of car
Side view of car Side view of car
Alan Me — deal with it
  • Bill from NC

    Posted on 5/9/2015 7:09:00 AM

    Front and rear cameras? How?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/11/2015 9:59:27 AM

    Bill, Rear-view cameras for easier parking and reversing have become a popular choice for drivers these days. The same is true of dash cams mounted on a windshield or dash, which loop-record the road in front of you to document unexpected incidents. Installing a rear-view camera can be a bit of work depending on the system you choose, but there are wireless options as well. Installing a dash cam can be as simple as suction-mounting it and plugging into your car's 12V power source. Check out our wide selection of car video options.

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