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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-10-2006, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Will this work?

Okay i have a 2001 GT witht he din1.5 or double din not sure...

I want to do a indash dvd but the only one i found is this one Eclipse I want the kenwood version of this because i know it fits but i cant findm it. Also i want to do subs and amp again.. looking at 2 12" W6 V2 maybe w7 and a custom fiberglass enclosure... i need to see what door speakers and deck speakers i need.. what do yall recommend and which amp i was think al 1000.1 for the subs.. I think this system would be a killer.. What would a killer system for you be? Or a better way to do this alittle cheaper???

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 03:56 AM
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the kenwood 915 dvd seems to be the best iv seen. only one iv seen with display when the screen is closed. and that 1000.1 wont push the w7's very well. sense obviously the subs are in the trunk getting a sq sub isnt all that important. w6's need alot of power to id go with 2 w3's with that 1000.1 and id think you would be alot happier. itll be louder and still sound good.but dont talk cheap if you want fiberglass a fiberglass box cost around a grand and up

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Kenwood double din can fit. MB Quart, JL Audio, Alpine, and I'm sure other companies make 5x7 components that will install easily and sound great. The 2006 Alpine PDX amps will be the way to go for small space but tons of power.
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Try the Pioneer AVICD-1. It is a nice double din nav radio with a touch panel screen. It physically the same size as the radio coming out so it would look better in the dash. Just my 2cents.

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Try the Pioneer AVICD-1. It is a nice double din nav radio with a touch panel screen. It physically the same size as the radio coming out so it would look better in the dash. Just my 2cents.


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