Jordan Hall was drawn to car audio after experiencing a co-worker’s SoundQubed system.
The waves of bass continued to permeate his consciousness until he got his own Soundqubed system, which he currently has in a 2006 Jeep Cherokee SRT8.
Jordan has (3) HDC3.112 D-2’s in a 10 cubic foot enclosure, tuned to 36 Hz.
His enclosure was designed by D4S and, in addition to having a built in battery holder, it is constructed with double layered 3/4″ panels on all sides except for the base.
This build is powered by a Q1-4500.1 monoblock amplifier, wired around 1.3 Ohm.
Jordan’s mids and highs consist of (4) DS-18 6.5″ component speakers, (4) Skar Neo 1″ tweeters, and (2) Kicker 3.5″ coaxial speakers.
To supply power to this build, Jordan has a Mechman 240 Amp alternator with dual runs of power and ground.
The total cost for this build was around $4,000 and it took him approximately 10 hours over 2 days to build and install.
Jordan’s greatest challenge with this build was constructing his enclosure.
Like many bassheads, Brett Kaiser had a car audio system before he had a license to drive.
Brett was 12 when an older teen in his neighborhood gave him a demo in a vehicle with (2) Kicker CVR’s.
The bass big bit Brett hard that day- It was the best sensation he’d ever felt!
A few years later, Brett had his own CVR build with (4) subwoofers.
Brett’s current build has a SoundQubed S1-2250.1 powering (1) Skar VFX 12 D-2 wired to 1 Ohm with 1/0 AWG.
His VFX is in a 2.5 cubit foot enclosure tuned to 32 Hz with a 4″ Aeroport and a plexiglass window.
For the mids and highs, he has Kicker 6X9’s in the front door panels, Kicker 6.5″‘s in the rear doors and Memphis 2 3/4″ in his dash.
Brett has spent $1100 on this build, which took 5-8 hours to complete.
His biggest challenge was sacrificing space for the system while still doing a budget car audio system build.
Brett is pulling all this off with a stock electrical charging system!