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    Stereo/RGBs redo

    • Year: 2007 Brand: Malibu Model / Trim: Lsv Cost: $1000-$1499 DIY or Professional Install: I installed it Sound Project Components: Upgraded Amps, Upgraded Cabin Speakers, Upgraded Tower Speakers, Upgraded Batteries, Upgraded Subwoofer / Box, Other

    Replaced every thing on tower. Using kicker km8's good price, I like the rgb's and they sound decent, fished new wire for speaker/rgb's through out. Exile 30.2 powering 2 sets @ 2 ohms.

    inboats- 8 kicker km654 on an alpine pdx4 @2 and 4 kicker 6x9's on a zx450.2 wired series/parallel @4 bridged

    sub- Phoenix gold elite ti-12, custom slot port box to clear the heater. On a alpine mrx110 @2, it's a dual 4 ohm coil wired to 2 ohms for 1150 rms, it slaps pretty good.

    Two interstate agm' mt-7 34 and a m31

    0/1 to distribution blocks then 4g to amps, blue seas arc and 2 circuit switch

    rgb's in all kicker km8/km654, rgb strip lights above the 3 cup holder cubbys. 4 rgb cup holders in custom hidden wire table all ran off a wet sounds 4 zone controller, (inboat,tower,cup holder, table)










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    You're a one-upper type of guy.  RGBs in the portable table is something I've never seen before.  That's cool.

    I'm sure it sounds killer with that setup.  I'm a few projects behind you... thanks for throwing down on the 247 projects so I can ask even more questions.   

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    20 hours ago, Jetdriver said:

    That is awesome! Now I gotta figure out a way to wire my table, thanks a lot ;)

    If I get a chance this weekend I'll get some more pics and show how/what I did a bit better.

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