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Larry Dean
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Current Stereo System:

My ride sheet reads.....................................................................1993 Ford SHO

Head Unit..........................................................................................Eclipse 5506*
                                                                                                  ESN CD Tuner with
                                                                               EQ/DSP/CDC/MDC Controller

Signal Processor.......................................................Precision Power DEQ - 230
                                                                Custom 3-Way Crossovers designed by
                                                                          Eclipse and built by VERTEK/XTC

Speakers

Front..................................................(2) Eclipse Tweeters from 8061 Series Set
                                                        (2) Eclipse 5 1/4 - inch from 8051 Series Set 
                                                            in Custom Q-Forms with DynaMat backing
                                                        (2) Eclipse 6 1/2 - inch from 8061 Series Set

Rear................................................(2) Eclipse 5 1/4 - inch from 8051 Series Set 

Sub....................................................................Kicker 10 - inch Solo-Baric 2 ohm
                                                                                 in a Custom Sealed Enclosure

Amplifier....................................Xtant 3300 - 60 X 2 and 180 X 1 Three Channel
                                                    with on board cooling system and plug in pair of
                                                         24db Linkwitz Riley 2-way Active Crossovers
                                                                                      and Balanced Line Modules

Wire/Interconnects...........Silver Precision Series by American Terminal Supply

Electrical.........................................Platinum Force Competition Series by A T S

Security......................................................................................Clifford Concept 20
                                                         with Isolated Door Locks, Windows Up/Down
                                                                                                     and Trunk Release

Battery............................................................................................................Optima

Special Features.................Custom Sub Box bolts to Ford JBL system location
                                                        DynaMat inner/outer Door Metal, Door Panels
                                                                          and Top and Bottom of Rear Deck

Thanks to:  

Mobile Electronics in Arlington, TX for their time and expertise. Joe Busby and "Gordy" bondoed the Q-Forms to take out some of the sharp edges which made covering them with factory vinyl much easier. They also back loaded the Head unit for me.

David Green for his trick install of the alarm system,

Raymond Keys for the covering on the amp rack and door and locks.

Rodney Fowler built the sub box and metal frame construction. Joe Busby had it "Rhino Lined" on the outside and fiber glassed on the inside. It is a dead as a piece of concrete!

Jim Hall for the hours he spent tuning the system. His expertise allowed for a winning performance of the system with NO changes to this day. It still pounds when called upon to do so.

 

Wow! I'm current but a do I have my hands full. No more excuses for "nothing to do!"

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