Building a Garage Audio System Final Part 5: Walkthrough and Testing

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Watch a multi-part video series where we will build a garage audio system using car audio components. This is the fifth and final portion which summarizes the build and gives a test.

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This application applies to building any home audio system with car audio components.

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All Parts Used:
*Pioneer DEH-X5500BT Bluetooth Radio
*XScorpion URH-B275 Universal Single Din Dash Pocket
*Pac LC-1 Universal Bass Knob
*Absolute 6×9″ Speaker Boxes (Pair) Unboxing 6X9PKB
*Kicker 6×9″ 3-Way Speaker Unboxing DSC693
*Kicker ZX350.4 4-channel Amplifier
*Kicker CompS 12 Inch Dual 2 Ohm Subwoofer 40CWS122
*12″ Subwoofer Box
*Powermax PM4-100 Power Converter
*12v 100amp Circuit Breaker
*Red 4 Post Battery Bus-Bar Terminal
*Black 4 Post Battery Bus-Bar Terminal
*2 Wire LED Display Digital Voltage Voltmeter Panel
*Kinetik HC800 BLU 800W 12V High Current AGM Car Audio Battery Power Cell (BLU Series)


Daeija Favors says:

a good. amp for. min and hi

HiiGHxT0l3RaNc3 says:

where are you guys running the remote wire

Decimate The Weak says:

I recently found my first headunit that was installed in my truck back in high school. Saw somewhere online about hooking a deck up in your home. Person was using a Xbox 360 power supply, but my busted Xbox was in a storage unit. Decided I’m done with fixing my older pc so I pulled the new recently installed PSU. Works well. Been wanting to build a simple racing cabinet, but now changing plans for a headunit instead of home theater system.

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Samuel John says:

how your power supply have 3 fuse and the other have two

piyush suthar says:

Your amp is 1000watts RMS?

Non Ur Business says:

hi. thats a really nice set up. good job. im building a tv stand with built in car amplifiers and speakers (the same set up that is used in a car). im planning on using the same powermax converter you are using, connected to a kinetik hc-600 battery to power up 3 rockford fosgate punch amps.(old school). my question to you is:

* when you turn off the converter (in case you do). does the cooling fan in the converter stay on. since it is connected directly to battery ?

i appreciate a reply. thanks.

Zachary Smith says:

would the hc600 work as well or no its a $30 diffrence and what else can I use to charge the battery besides the very expensive powermax converter

Francisco Meza says:

do you guys build sub boxes for trucks ?

Gerardo Herrera Jr says:

Can I use that power suply straight to the amp with out a battery??? Can It handle 750watt rms at 1ohm???

Daksh Khatana says:

Nice so nice

Erns O says:

Can’t you skip the battery and connect the power converter straight to the bus bars?

The Beige Wonder says:

great sounds sir

iHateTexasToo says:

using the 100 amp version; for a reliable/stable and cool (temp) system what would be your recommended max for an amplifier? I ask because I have a 500 watt Alpine mono and 4 channel lying around and was thinking of using just one of them but didn’t want the 500 watts to be a significant strain on the inverter/battery.

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