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 installs Dynamic Durability SUBMITTED BY: JOSH GOBBLE OF DYNAMIC AUDIO DESIGN, GOSHEN, IND.


Tis 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited was brought in by a customer


who wanted a great sounding system that would also be durable for some top-down, off-road driving. With the customer interested in SQ, Josh and his team decided on using a full Arc Audio system, including a PS8 Digital Sound Processor. Te front stage included a set of active Arc 6.2 components. Te install marked the shop’s first full system install as an arc audio dealer and tweeters run on two channels of an Arc KSmini 125.4, mid-bass drivers run on two


channels of a KS300.4 and mid-bass drivers in the rear. For the subwoofer, Gobble chose an Arc 12 in a sealed enclosure. Te design of the enclosure, trim panels, and bracing were carefully thought out. Te client lives near Lake Michigan and often travels near sandy beaches, which is why Gobble placed the amps underneath pro- tective covers on either side of the enclosure. Te amp covers and upper bracing were then bolted to the bracing in the middle holding everything in place.


Rockford with a Personal Touch


SUBMITTED BY: JP JONES OF FINAL TOUCH CREW Tis door-panel install on Jones’ own 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer features


the new Rockford Fosgate product lineup for perusal by clients. It will also be featured in the store’s upcoming connected car campaign, which demon- strates Bluetooth connectivity, the use of Netflix and Slingbox technologies via the head unit and Directed’s Smartstart app for complete connectivity to their clients’ digital lifestyles. Shown are the 3/4” MDF rings used to shape the bottom of the doors, which consists primarily of fiberglass resin, fiber- glass matt, Duraglass and Rage Gold body fillers. Mobile Solutions’ contact adhesive holds the factory OEM vinyl in place, along with the RF logos painted and clear-coated into the acrylic inserts.


54 Mobile Electronics December 2013


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