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Michael Lavander's 2006 Ford Fusion SEL

Items installed:

Installation Description

Removed the factory receiver, added an Alpine CDA-9813. Utilized the factory "Audiophile" door speakers and then added a Rockford Fosgate Punch 400S amp and HE12 sub. (also using two Rockford Power 12s when another vehicle is in storage.)Sounds great. The factory component setup in the front doors really sounds good for being 'factory'.The sound quality and ease of tuning the sound improved dramatically with the Alpine.Bass Engine Pro and built-in V-Drive rock!

Q&A Section

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

The factory "Audiophile" system is horrible...or at least the factory receiver controlling it is.

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

How nice the Alpine looks in the dash.

Why did you choose these products?

Carry-over parts purchased for another vehicle in 2003. Then installed in another vehicle in 2005. That lease just ended.

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

Choosing where to run the amp power wire from the battery.

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


Alpine CDA-9813 in the dash.

Alpine CDA-9813 in the dash.

Rockford Fosgate Punch 400S amp under the passenger front seat.

Amp under the passenger front seat.

Subwoofer in the trunk.

Subwoofer in the trunk.

  • lewis gunn from portsmouth

    Posted on 7/15/2015

    I have a 2013 fusion my system is factory hd. Unit 6x8 rear deck kicker 2way audio sound. Line converter kenwood 5 channel used at 3.channels 2 channels bridged to power a. Single 10 '' vr sub dvc

  • Tim reed from Mt sterling oh

    Posted on 7/4/2015

    It looks great, I think the double din stereo would look good too

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