Russell G's 1989 Dodge D-100
Joshua honed his knowledge of home audio/video 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 Kicker CRT 12'' 2 ohm Subs in custom box
- Rockford Fosgate 1500 watt amp
- SPL 2 farad cap
- 2 Infinity 6x9" 2 ohm speakers
- Sony xplod CD player
I started with scratch. I installed several players, amps, speakers, etc.... then I found the right balance. I had the Rockford amp given to me, subs were a gift as well. The door speakers I bought myself along with the head unit. The only thing that I had to modify was the door speaker holes. I was determined not to return the 6x9's so I cut the holes in the doors bigger. The subs fit behind the seat in the cab (barely). A lot of time measuring was involved. The speaker box I built to be extremely strong. It is made with 3/4" MDF and the seams are held together with screws and West System Epoxy. I highly recommend this because it makes for the strongest, tightest sealed box. That's about it I guess. Thanks for looking!
Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?
Jealousy................. I won
What's the first thing you show people about your installation?
Why did you choose these products?
Because the price was right.
What was the most difficult part of the installation?
Difficult? Did I read that right? It was easy.
What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?
Oh yes I do, But its still a work in progess.