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Fixing the JBL system

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Beastmode1794, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. May 10, 2019 at 12:03 PM
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    Which speaker mounts are you using for the C2-650’s? How are you connecting the OEMAudio sub to the amp?

    I also have two sets of the c2-650 I bought years ago for my other truck but never did install them!
     
  2. May 10, 2019 at 12:12 PM
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    No sure what mounts they were all ordered together and I'm replacing the sub and the OEM amp will just power the 4 tweeters on the dash
     
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    So if you are looking at the amp from the back seat, it is the second connector from the front, or the middle connector. I would verify with OEM Audio+ that the filters that only plugging one filter in would be the same as the one filter they send out now. They might be different.
     
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    Nice work!

    When installing the killmat, be careful not to push the matting in too far in the hole where the arm rest pokes into. It could interfere with the window operation.
     
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    Ya I'm lazy and got a shop doing it so hopefully they know what there doing
     
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    Lol, don't blame you! I thought about doing that too. If you don't mind me asking, what was the cost on the matting? One shop around here quoted me $300 for all the doors and $400 for the roof. Also, where are you having the matting installed?
     
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    I baught the sound stuff on Amazon I think I spent around 300 total but I'm sure I'll be returning a few boxes the shop is charging hourly to do 3 layers on each door so who knows what that will be but they are fair the shop is caled long radio
     
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  8. May 13, 2019 at 7:34 AM
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    Few more pics of soundproofing these doors almost sound armored when they close now its crazy20190513_100438.jpg 20190513_100709.jpg 20190513_100433.jpg
     
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    Amp location 20190514_111145.jpg
     
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    Three layers of Killmat? I would check into that, its recommended to only do 25% of the area. I did roughly 33% of my floors and doors and it was night and day.
     
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    1 layer was the outside skin of the door one was the inside skin then foam over that but ya it was overkill for sure
     
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