Travis S's 2000 Ford Explorer
My love for all things audio started back in the '90s when I built my first subwoofer enclosure. After joining Crutchfield in 2007, I spent seven years as a product advisor, designing A/V systems for homes, cars, and the occasional party bus. These days I specialize in home speakers and distributed audio systems, focusing on translating technical jargon into easy-to-understand language. My goal is to make shopping for speakers and amplifiers simple. After all, this stuff is supposed to be fun! Outside of work, I'm a hobbyist photographer and enjoy visiting our national parks.
More from Kramer Crane
- 12" Infinity 1252w Dual Voice Coil Subwoofers (x2)
- Infinity 611a Reference Series Amplifer
- Pioneer 260w 4-Way Speaker in Front Doors (2x)
- Pioneer 240w 3-Way Speakers in Rear Doors (2x)
- Kenwood 50w x 4 Deck
- Rockford Fosgate 1 Farad Capacitor
I installed the entire system myself. The whole process took me about 6 hours.
Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?
I always wanted a system of my own ever since the first time that I heard a good upgraded system.
What's the first thing you show people about your installation?
The subs and amp on display in the back.
Why did you choose these products?
Price and look
What was the most difficult part of the installation?
The deck took the longest.
What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?
I am building a box and I plan to add another amp.
New head unit
Tremendous sound quality upgrade
Close up on subwoofer
The Subs and Amp