Polk/MOMO Ford F150
- Alpine CVA-1000 receiver/monitor
- Alpine CHA-S624 6-disc CD changer
- Alpine NVA-N751AS Navigation System
- Polk/MOMO MM455 5-1/4" component system kick panels
- Polk/MOMO MM465 6-3/4" component system doors, windshield trim pieces
- 8 Polk/MOMO MM120 12" subwoofers
- 2 Alpine V12 Series MRV-F407 amplifiers (60 watts RMS x 4)
- 4 Alpine V12 Series MRV-T757 amplifiers (100 watts RMS x 2, 400 x 1 in mono mode)
- Q-Logic QL-K2010 Q-Form kick panel enclosures
- Dynamat Super
- StreetWires power and ground cable, distribution blocks, speaker wire, capacitors
- MOMO accelerator and brake pedals
Dean Alexander from Polk Audio answered that question by bringing the Polk/MOMO truck to Crutchfield. The 1999 Ford F150, one of six Polk/MOMO vehicles across the US, showcases these smart-looking speakers in a spectacular installation. In the dash, an Alpine CV-A1000 receiver/monitor joins with Alpine's NVA-N751AS Navigation System to help Dean find his way around his Midwestern beat, while the Alpine CHA-S624 6-disc CD changer provides endless tunage.
The Polk/MOMO MM455 5-1/4" component system is installed in Q-Logic's QL-K2010 kick panel enclosures to provide a powerful front soundstage. The Polk/MOMO MM465 6-3/4" component system has been divided, with the woofers in the doors and the tweeters mounted in the windshield trim pieces. Mids and highs are amplified separately by two MRV-F407 4-channel amplifiers (60 watts RMS x 4). Overkill? Not when you take a look at the bass firepower behind the seats!
Low frequencies are launched from the rear by an array of eight Polk/MOMO MM120 12" woofers, mounted in a custom enclosure. This fearsome collection of speakers is powered by four Alpine V12 Series MRV-T757 amplifiers! StreetWires supplies its 12-gauge twisted pair speaker wire, 1/0 gauge power and ground cable, distribution blocks, and three 1-farad capacitors. The entire cab has been covered from firewall to back wall with Dynamat Super, keeping road noise and body vibration at a minimum.
Dean cranked up the system for an SPL demonstration, sending a nearby flock of geese on an early flight south for the winter. Next, he played a variety of tunes to show off the system's undeniable sonic excellence. As you can see in the photos, the Polk/MOMO equipment makes a stunningly beautiful installation. And, thanks to Dean Alexander and the Polk/MOMO Ford truck, we can testify that it sounds every bit as good as it looks!
Dean Alexander and the 1999 Ford F150 truck from Polk/MOMO.
This photo shows off the Alpine CVA-1000 head unit and the Polk/MOMO MM455 5-1/4" component system (handsomely housed in the Q-Logic kick panel enclosure). Check out the MOMO accelerator and brake pedals!
The 1" silk-composite Polk/MOMO tweeter delivers the details from its mounting location in the windshield trim piece.
The 6-3/4" woofer from the Polk/MOMO MM465 component system pumps powerful midbass and midrange from the F-150's door panel.
How'd you like to cruise to work everyday in this ride? Eight Polk/MOMO MM120 12" woofers generate awe-inspiring bass from their custom enclosure in the rear of the F-150.
The installer's artistry is clear in this doors-open shot of the Polk/MOMO woofer array.