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Old 12-08-2004, 09:25 PM
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Just curious, what components made up your first car audio system? Be honest, mine was a jvc deck inherited from the old man along with his '78 Ford ltd II. I soon added pioneer add on tweets from radio shack(the square boxes), then came the pyramid pin led spectrum booster(25 watts x 2 max), about an hour later came the noise suppressor from radio shack and then a serious purchase....Alpine 6x9 co-axials. I really loved this system , engine noise and all. They say you never forget your first...I guess it's true.
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Old 12-08-2004, 10:05 PM
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well mine had 2 10" jensenXS1010 subs in a plywood sub box. with 2 5.25 in the front and then 4 more in the back. i had a jensen amp. and a sony 7705 mp3 deck. never really got to use my system it got stolen shrotly after it was installed.

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Old 12-08-2004, 10:22 PM
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i bought all of my stuff new accept for the subs i have now
started with a sony deck 510x and a pair of 5 1/4 that never got installed
then a audiobahn 1 12" 1251q sub and boss 600(300 rms) amp
and a pair of boss 6*9's

all in the back of my 5th ave
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Same question was posted in October:
http://www.canadiancaraudio.com/ubb/...=009498#000000
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Old 12-09-2004, 02:57 AM
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^^^^Yeah I was gonna say this sounded familiar!
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Old 12-09-2004, 10:10 AM
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Kenwood KDC 217s Head Unit, 2 rear blaupunkt 6x9's, 2 front stock speakers, 1 12" RF Subwoofer and 1 RF Punch 200s Amplifier.

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Alpine CDA 9827 Head Unit, 6x9's still there, 1 Alpine & Kenwood front 3" speakers in the dash (temporary), No current subwoofer or amplier but 2 type R 10" SVC Alpine subwoofers to follow as soon as money/time allows it [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]
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some old school crappy tire brand deck, i dont think it was Koss tho. First subs were two 12" jensen xs1212 and a bazooka EL1500 amp. IT POUNDED!! no seriously, those jensens could pound.
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Lear jet,Craig, ahhhhhhhh! Wasent that ctc brand Kraco? Would be a good name for there subs
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Old 12-09-2004, 09:25 PM
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my first ride was a 74' lincoln coupe, sweet ride.The system was made up of factory 8 track, under dash realistic cassete player and craig power booster rated at a mind blowing 25 watts. Factory speakers and of course the pioneer (radio shack) adjustable tweeters(4 of 'em at all 4 corners). Chicks sure did like my ride, just like they do today.Later...
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Mine was a Pioneer cassette deck with jbl grand touring series 5.25's in front doors and 5x7's in the rear doors of my sorry excuse for a convertible (dodge shadow).
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