1995 bmw 525i sound system done! lots of fabrication!

cult4d5cult4d5 Posts: 7
edited January 2013 in Custom Fabrication
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  • Installer4lifeInstaller4life Posts: 256
    edited October 2011
    Sorry if I don't sound overly enthusiastic but I saw speakers mounted through the seats in a 78 Monte Carlo a few years ago and at that time I thought once was enough. Now I am sure of it....
  • VitalVital Posts: 747
    edited December 2011
    Woun't it be easier and actually cooler looking if you removed rear seat completly and mounted whatever speakers you wanted to on mdf board that would replace you rear seat?

    This way you:
    1. still have rear seats if you need them in the future (you can always sell them if you REALLY have no use for them)
    2. don't have to cut any of your rear deck.
    3. have a real nice clean looking "sound board" since you can cover it up with just about anything at this point
    4. Hava the coolest 4 door coupe in da hood?
    2008 Nissan Altima
    Kenwood DNX 5140
    Arc Audio IDX and XEQ
    Polk Audio SR6500 active and SR124-dvc sealed
    Polk Audio PA500.4 and PA1200.1
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 7,806
    edited December 2011
    Hack job pure and simple not to mention your resale value just plummeted.........:rolleyes:
  • nguyendotnguyendot Posts: 3,561
    edited December 2011
    That's just horrible...
    Main Surround -
    Epson 8350 Projector/ Elite Screens 120" / Pioneer Elite SC-35 / Sunfire Signature / Focal Chorus 716s / Focal Chorus CC / Polk MC80 / Polk PSW150 sub

    Bedroom - Sharp Aquos 70" 650 / Pioneer SC-1222k / Polk RT-55 / Polk CS-250

    Den - Rotel RSP-1068 / Threshold CAS-2 / Boston VR-M60 / BDP-05FD
  • ipartywhenuhurtipartywhenuhurt Posts: 130
    edited January 2012
    Love vitals idea ganna do it to a audi tt except with fiberglass to have lots more room and trunk space
  • BoostedFCBoostedFC Posts: 4
    edited January 2012
    Eww, just eww
    Samsung 52" LCD, PS3, Xbox 360 w/Kinect, Wii, Pioneer VSX-521 AV Receiver, Polk CS180 center, Polk T600 towers, Polk PSW110 sub, Bose 161 rears.
  • michael1947michael1947 Posts: 781
    edited January 2012
    WTG...but I think there is a body in the trunk.
    Main Family Room: Sony 46 LCD, Sony Blue Ray, Sony DVD/VCR combo,Onkyo TXNR 708, Parasound 5250,
    Polk SDS-SRS with mods, CSI 5 center + Klipsch SC2, Polk RT2000P rears, Klipsch KG 1.5's sides, Polk Micro Pro 1000, Polk Micro Pro 2000, Polk SW505, Belkin PF60, Signal Cable Classics,Monster IC's, 2 15 amp circuits & 1 20 amp circuit.

    Living Room: Belkin PF60, Parasound HCA2200, MIT ProlineEXP balanced IC's,Emotiva XDA-1 DAC/Pre,Emotiva ERC2 transport,MIT AVT2, Polk LSI 9's.
  • ToxisToxis Posts: 5,120
    edited January 2012
    rear fill FTW!!! That's all I can say. Now I need to go vomit. Yes you did a lot of fabrication but for what? A screaming back deck with subs in the rear seats? Why is that ever considered? I can imagine when you need to take some friends with you somewhere and now they destroy your subs as they want to feel it on their backs and then what, buying new subs or make one person ride **** in the back seat? So weird... no idea how this ever came into a head as a good idea. Personally, I would rather see a single 12 or 15 in a sealed box and have it set behind the rear opening anyway. Oh and adding "by nine's" in the rear deck was just overkill. But this is why cars are thrown away after teenagers own them.
    Never kick a fresh **** on a hot day.

    Home Setup: Sony VPL-VW85 Projo, 92" Stewart Firehawk, Pioneer Elite SC-65, PS3, RTi12 fronts, CSi5, FXi6 rears, RTi6 surround backs, RTi4 height, MFW-15 Subwoofer.

    Car Setup: OEM Radio, RF 360.2v2, Polk SR6500 quad amped off 4 Xtant 1.1 100w mono amps, Xtant 6.1 to run an eD 13av.2, all Stinger wiring and Raammat deadener.
  • -FROG--FROG- Posts: 30
    edited September 2012
    Is this some kind of joke?
  • htrdlnhtrdln Posts: 113
    edited January 2013
    lol I'll admit when i was younger i had a nice mark viii i took out the amp rack and the rear dash material cut out the back dash for two audiobaughn tens then i driilled holes and bloted the sub box to the rear deck i then took the rear dash cover and with a razor removed all the foam up to the carpet over the subs then put it back together couldn't even see the subs for the first year then the carpet started sagging over the subs.. oh well
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