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Old 5th June 2007, 13:11   #1
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Can Anyone help me with some pics or ideas to make a custom boot setup for swift....I allready have a good sound setup in my car which carries

1.Pioneer 6850 Mp3 player
2. Two 306 Dvc SUbs (Pioneer)
3.Pair of Pioneer 691s Yellow cone Speakers with inbuilt crossovers.
4.Pioneer 6500 Equalizer
5. Three amplifiers (Alpine 604, Sony 222, silicon 1000 wt)
6.Pair of Sony front door speakers
7.Pioner Ts-20

All the things are installed in a box in the boot which looks preety good but still I want a custom boot to make it look more cool.

I had an Idea in mind to get the subs installed on corner pillars and amps on the matting area left covered with plastic sheet and neons glowing, but then got confused regarding the speakers that where to be installed....

Help me with some idea guyz..........
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Old 6th June 2007, 11:45   #2
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Hey people help me...................
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Dude..! U have posted in the wrong section..!
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Hi,
Can Anyone help me with some pics or ideas to make a custom boot setup for swift....I allready have a good sound setup in my car which carries

1.Pioneer 6850 Mp3 player
2. Two 306 Dvc SUbs (Pioneer)
3.Pair of Pioneer 691s Yellow cone Speakers with inbuilt crossovers.
4.Pioneer 6500 Equalizer
5. Three amplifiers (Alpine 604, Sony 222, silicon 1000 wt)
6.Pair of Sony front door speakers
7.Pioner Ts-20

All the things are installed in a box in the boot which looks preety good but still I want a custom boot to make it look more cool.

I had an Idea in mind to get the subs installed on corner pillars and amps on the matting area left covered with plastic sheet and neons glowing, but then got confused regarding the speakers that where to be installed....

Help me with some idea guyz..........
the
1.Pioneer 6850 Mp3 player
4.Pioneer 6500 Equalizer
6.Pair of Sony front door speakers
7.Pioner Ts-20

all these would be in the front ...and I dont see the use of three amps and how are they wired....some details would help alot to suggest...
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Old 18th June 2007, 18:15   #5
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Dude i think u didnt read properly......

1.Pioneer 6850 Mp3 player
2. Two 306 Dvc SUbs (Pioneer)
3.Pair of Pioneer 691s Yellow cone Speakers with inbuilt crossovers.
4.Pioneer 6500 Equalizer
5. Three amplifiers (Alpine 604, Sony 222, silicon 1000 wt)
6.Pair of Sony front door speakers
7.Pioner Ts-20

This is my specs of music setup of my car and iam using 3 amps for 2 SUbs (1000 wt each), a pair of 691s pioneer speakers with inbuilt crossovers (New series) and ofcourse pioneer TS20....the front speakers of sony are directly connected to the music system and not with the amps.Soon i will upload the pics of my boot but i want to make a custom boot for my car with all this installations so need help by pics to get idea how to work on it.....
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so what are you planning ....where to put the amp ?
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custom boot...u planning on driving with the boot open????
The swift boot is very small to customise but it can be done..dont know anyone who's done it though.
Try flexi glass instead of the rear matting or something.
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This is the current status of my boot.......



Please let me know how to put all this in a customised manner!!!!
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sir this is all put in a vvvvery incorrect manner...I dont understand how did you end up in this position and the amps you are using are also not so good...they are ok but not good....especially the Black Alpine.(do you know it is a fake one)

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I'm sorry carlover, I need to tell you that your installer is an absolute idiot. And you need to throw away that box and start again, with a new installer.

This is TERRIBLE, lol. Apart from the shoddy wiring, how will you use your balance control? When you will go from left to right, the speakers will fade from totally back, to a little in the front lol.

Rather than plan fancy neon lighting in your boot, please, I suggest you find a new installer, get new cabling and DEFINITELY a new box. About the amps, well, you've already bought them so, well, ok.

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And please throw that equalizer lol
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And please throw that equalizer lol
I would suggest to throw the Fake alpine , silicon amp also....as they are the worst amp made for car audio with loads of distortions and unrealistic sound they produce
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I'm sorry carlover, I need to tell you that your installer is an absolute idiot. And you need to throw away that box and start again, with a new installer.

This is TERRIBLE, lol. Apart from the shoddy wiring, how will you use your balance control? When you will go from left to right, the speakers will fade from totally back, to a little in the front lol.

Rather than plan fancy neon lighting in your boot, please, I suggest you find a new installer, get new cabling and DEFINITELY a new box. About the amps, well, you've already bought them so, well, ok.
I am never gonna post the pics of my system on forum ever.

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I would suggest to throw the Fake alpine , silicon amp also....as they are the worst amp made for car audio with loads of distortions and unrealistic sound they produce
BTW how do you that is fake amp
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I am never gonna post the pics of my system on forum ever.
lol lol, I am very sorry abhibh, this is the first time in my life I've ever said something bad about an install.

Please don't be discouraged. I got terribly upset, mainly because his speakers are mounted one above the other, which is just plain dumb.

Besides it's not carlover's fault. It's his stupid installer.

abhibh. It just sounded very funny the way you said that. I could almost picture your face.
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Here is a pic of a fellow members (Yayaati) ICE....its a DIY custom boot setup in a swift.

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