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mrrovy805
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mrrovy805 Sep 12, 7:41pm - #273146 

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audio...wheres a good place to get carpet for a sub box?

topic say's it all... Does home depot or any hardware store carry a thin carpet for a subwoofer box? Any help would be appreciated.
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CelicaRacer05 Sep 12, 8:19pm - #273147 

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you could try like Jo-anne fabrics...
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mrrovy805 Sep 12, 8:58pm - #273148 

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im going to hook up my amp and sub to my stock deck..all i need to do is get a high low converter and splice into the rear speaker wires right? help? any install pages?

I wanted to slow down so i can lick his tears of saddness.
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 12, 9:47pm - #273149 
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Originally Posted by mrrovy805
im going to hook up my amp and sub to my stock deck..all i need to do is get a high low converter and splice into the rear speaker wires right? help? any install pages?


FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DON'T! eek

Those high-low converters are extreemly bad sound quality, you will end up clipping & destroying either your subs or your amp or both. If you have to, buy a cheap ass head unit.
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BReakinDrifTs Sep 13, 6:16am - #273150 
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
you could try like Jo-anne fabrics...


rofl
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silverOOgts Sep 13, 6:47am - #273151 

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menards if you have one there, in iowa thats the best place. Best buy sells a grey ash color thats very stretchy but its kind of a small piece.

Where did my sig go? help me find it..........
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fonz182 Sep 13, 2:30pm - #273152 

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Originally Posted by Haulin_A_Doo
Originally Posted by mrrovy805
im going to hook up my amp and sub to my stock deck..all i need to do is get a high low converter and splice into the rear speaker wires right? help? any install pages?


FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DON'T! eek

Those high-low converters are extreemly bad sound quality, you will end up clipping & destroying either your subs or your amp or both. If you have to, buy a cheap ass head unit.


so are you not supposed to hook up an amp & subs with a stock deck or just not supposed to wire it that way?

carpet and glue http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage.cfm?...rpet+automotive
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ragingpaseo Sep 13, 2:35pm - #273153 
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why not a local audio shop???
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trog2233 Sep 13, 2:38pm - #273154 

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yea Jo Ann fabrics is where i get all my stuff. thumbsup
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Brian63 Sep 13, 7:21pm - #273155 

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I agree. Don't hook up your amp and subs to your stock deck. Spend some money and get a nice deck and run RCAs back.
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mrrovy805 Sep 13, 9:53pm - #273156 

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sorry guys..i'm planning to get an aftermarket deck a little later, but i did finish everything..i bought some material to wrap my box. Turned out really nice.. ill post pictures in a little bit...sound quality is nice tho

I wanted to slow down so i can lick his tears of saddness.
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