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scott66stang wrote
Great write up Lee, i really like the head unit in the boot idea may even use it on my Caddy so i can reclaim the glovebox.


That boot is so big you will probably need two repeaters. Shocked


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nassi wrote
scott66stang wrote
Great write up Lee, i really like the head unit in the boot idea may even use it on my Caddy so i can reclaim the glovebox.


That boot is so big you will probably need two repeaters. Shocked
The boot is so big i dont need a stereo, i can fit my own Orchestra in there.


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Lee and cage ..just installed the app and found an awesome base tuning for rock that has well balanced treble and bass eq. Curve. I tweaked a little and now It sounds soo much better than what I was stuffing around with.. it's called perfect bass and treble. Though probably too trebly for you cage. It was soo muffled sounding before. See some screenshots below or you can dl the tune









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Very cool George. Thanks for the drive and listen to the stereo today mate, appreciated it. I am going tomorrow to Ryda at Petersham to try a few combos I am thinking about. Will let you know how I go.

By the way that first pic has way too much treble mate.


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So bloody sad that you blokes can't appreciate good old AM radio reception. Cause when you find a good station its all about memories.....
Sorry just realised you are all to young to remember let alone appreciate good music, one speaker and plenty of distortion. Very Happy


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nassi wrote
So bloody sad that you blokes can't appreciate good old AM radio reception. Cause when you find a good station its all about memories.....
Sorry just realised you are all to young to remember let alone appreciate good music, one speaker and plenty of distortion. Very Happy


I also can't believe they go to this much trouble when they can't hear it anyway Laughing


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hybrid wrote
nassi wrote
So bloody sad that you blokes can't appreciate good old AM radio reception. Cause when you find a good station its all about memories.....
Sorry just realised you are all to young to remember let alone appreciate good music, one speaker and plenty of distortion. Very Happy


I also can't believe they go to this much trouble when they can't hear it anyway Laughing


I can understand with Q as it is a very quiet car inside. The builder must have done a great job ....... Yawn




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hybrid wrote
nassi wrote
So bloody sad that you blokes can't appreciate good old AM radio reception. Cause when you find a good station its all about memories.....
Sorry just realised you are all to young to remember let alone appreciate good music, one speaker and plenty of distortion. Very Happy


I also can't believe they go to this much trouble when they can't hear it anyway Laughing



No problem here.
The juke box in the Hilux is permanently on 4KQ and when im alone (usually) the volume is on 22 (out of 25).
Unless the Blues Brothers are playing then its on 25.
(But i do have a 200 watt amp and 4 x 100 watt quality speakers)


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ozbilt wrote
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nassi wrote
So bloody sad that you blokes can't appreciate good old AM radio reception. Cause when you find a good station its all about memories.....
Sorry just realised you are all to young to remember let alone appreciate good music, one speaker and plenty of distortion. Very Happy


I also can't believe they go to this much trouble when they can't hear it anyway Laughing


I can understand with Q as it is a very quiet car inside. The builder must have done a great job ....... Yawn




Stock exhaust is a big help ......


Haha I don't know if "appreciate" is the right word Graeme...I think you are looking for "tolerate" :rotfl:

Glad it gets the tick of approval Kerry Thumbs Up

That tuning app is outta control George, I think you need a degree in car audio to understand the effects of every option lol


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Hi Lee re the IR repeater. Did you have to position the emitter for the IR repeater in front of the HU in the boot? Am I reading things correctly?


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Yes jacko, it seems to be emit a pretty wide beam so I've just got it placed above and slightly forward in that box I made. All you need is line of sight.


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np, thanks


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