Originally Posted by robskully
wow .... you guys are dammm fussy. I didn't blast the stereo when I took my demo ride just over 2 months ago. It was my 1st time riding in a Wrangler ( Unlimited model ) and I was more concerned about the ride. Plus I didn't want the Salesman to think I was crazy maxing out the volume.
I like my music LOUD as you can tell from this video .....
My bike now has EIGHT speakers, I added 2 tweeters on the dash up by the windshield. The radio is a stock Harley radio and all the speakers are made by Hogtunes. There is also a 40 watt Hogtune amp added to the front speakers. I can't believe you all want quailty music with the tops and or doors off with all that wind NOISE ..... LOL .....
I can't wait for when mine comes in 3 weeks so I can do the same experiment in my driveway like I did with the bike ;-)
Volume and sound quality go hand in hand for me. I dont see the point in building a loud ass system that has ultra muddy bass and super tinny highs just for the sake of db level. However I will probably go that route and supplement additional speakers. As far as making things more weather proof, theres really only two options. False floor as stated about or fit it under the seats, realistically thats all that can be done for mounting soloutions. Yes yes, I know - wind noise. Youll get that in any vehicle with the windows or top down. Our '06 Caddy XLR sounds good with the top back so it gives me hope. Wind doesnt effect quality, just how you hear it. Top and doors wont always be off, especially for me in the midwest a good amount of my time in a jeep will be with it sealed up for cold season. On another note, i think a top mounted sub with a front facing low port would be the best option as far as boxes go so youll end up hitting the trunk (not sure if thsts the proper term for a wrangler, i dont own one yet sorry guys) door.