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    Default BMW X6 M Custom Perfected Audio Design by Need 4 Speed Motorsports

    Vehicle: 2011 BMW X6 M

    Components Used in this build:
    Processor:
    - Audison Bit One Digital Processor with controller

    Speakers:
    - JL Audio W7 12” Subwoofer Enclosure
    - Focal K2 Power 100KRS 4” component speakers
    - Earthquake SWS-8X 4 OHM 8” Shallow mount Subwoofers

    Amplifiers:

    -Rockford Fosegate T1500 Subwoofer amplifier
    -JL Audio XD600/6 channel Amplifier

    Custom fabrication:
    -Full custom trunk enclosure built around JL Audio W7 Subwoofer enclosure.
    -Custom fabricated foundation built to support JL Audio W7 Subwoofer enclosure.
    -Custom bottom panel to house Audison Bit One processor, Rockford Fosegate amplifier & JL Audio XD600 amplifier. We provided custom cut-outs on the bottom enclosure to display the Audision Bit One Digital Controller and provided two cut outs with electric fans to provide proper air circulation for the amplifiers which were covered with fine speaker mesh material.
    -Custom fabricated enclosure for Audison Bit One Digital Processor controller in the front center console ash tray.
    -Custom fabricated side trunk panels to finish off the clean look; they also do a great job in providing some storage space.
    - To finish the project, we custom wrapped all custom fabricated panels including the JL Audio W7 subwoofer enclosure with black and red vinyl. We also installed red L.E.D lights inside the JL subwoofer that provides the perfect amount of lighting on the bottom panel.





















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    Components Used

    JL Audio W7 12” Subwoofer Enclosure




    Earthquake SWS-8X 4 OHM 8” Shallow Mount Subwoofers


    Focal K2 Power 100KRS 4” Component Speakers



    Audison Bit One Digital Processor with Controller




    Rockford Fosgate T1500 Subwoofer Amplifier


    JL Audio XD600/6 Channel Amplifier



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    where the trunk now. I rem those days BASS BASS BASS
    Push it to the LIMIT

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    well done. takes me back when i used to be an installer at a stereo shop.


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    Nice! I didn't know people still did this.

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    Thanks for the comments guys and thank you David for sharing.
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    Nice work looks really good
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    Fantastic job

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    Awesome job guys, but why on earth would you pair a Rockford Amp. to a W7?
    I don't know which is better getting paid or getting laid, all I know is while I'm doing one the others getting away.

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    How much does something like this cost?

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