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    Found time to get the front carpeted and test fit the DVD changer:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fnloud View Post
    Found time to get the front carpeted and test fit the DVD changer:
    DVD changer.... What is this the 90's! Now your just showing your age Steve!

    Should have gone digital media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrGonzo View Post
    DVD changer.... What is this the 90's! Now your just showing your age Steve!

    Should have gone digital media.
    Using what I already owned, plus the sound quality due to the fiber optic cable. Plus this was made in 2005 ;p

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    Looks like it grew there, troo story.
    Ranked No. #1 in initial quality

    Idiots, simply by being idiots, seem capable of achieving randomly bad things that are beyond the imaginings of sensible people.

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    Changed my mind on dash speakers







    These are a 3" vs. the 1.5 I had in the dash location:



    Will sound and blend better between the 6.5" to 3/4" tweeter. And it looks stock.

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    Bigger is better for those, especially with the little speakers/tweeters on the pillars.
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    I have not given up on this just distracted by life. While I have the seats out from getting reupholstered I thought it a great time to deal with the wiring under the passenger seat:

    Keeping the 7 runs of speaker wire from the amplifier area to under the passenger seat clean, the small wire that darts 90 from the wires is the remote LED's for the RenegadeWorks ECS brain and some wires for RBG LEDs for accent wires:
    Wiring 3.jpg
    Keeping the wires clear from being stepped on:
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    These terminal blocks will connect the speaker wires from the amp to factory harness without having to hack up the factory harness.
    Terminial Block.jpg
    Here's the amplifier bypass harness ready to connect the factory speaker wiring to the terminal blocks. Can't install it yet because I need yellow 18Ga primary wire. Since I ran my rear speaker wires right to the amplifier, I can re-pin the rear harness wires for power wires for the Pioneer 5.1 DTS processor.
    Harness.jpg

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    That is a fair amount of wire to feed throughout. Keeping it well organized.

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