FRONT AUDIO UPGRADE:
-Cabin audio management: Pioneer DEQ-S1000A Audio processor(Hidden even on the dashboard)
-Front speakers: Pioneer TS-D69C(6×9 + Tweeter Combo)
-Rear speakers: Pioneer TS-D65F (Coax)
-Subwoofer: Pioneer TS-Z10LS4 (custom mounting integrated into the rear bench)
Using grilled OEM speakers as a mounting bracket for Pioneer speakers as well as full acoustic treatment to isolate vehicle doors. Question to have a good sound and reduce the rolling noise of this watch having a wheel diameter of 41 inches!
REAR AUDIO UPGRADE:
-RV ceiling speakers: Pioneer TS-ME650FC (question of having a better cosmetic to match the quality of the vehicle and the new acoustics).
-Outdoor speakers: Pioneer TS-ME770FS (A speaker displaying an IPX67 logo was a must to party outside close to the fire pit and have something as solid as this real off-road RV!
The amplification for all the loudspeakers passes of course bya Pioneer amplification with compact amplifiers GM-ME (Entirely hidden behind the rear control panel of the RV). As the rear multi-zone receiver and the dashboard receiver are independent from each other, the technicians took time to build and add an automatic audio routing system for the subwoofer to switch the amplification of the subwoofer on the Pioneer DEQ-S1000A when on the road, and on the RV rear source when the DEQ-S1000A is turned off.It’s always good for the mind to disconnect in the nature and enjoy peaceful moments, but also as good, if not better, to enjoy goodmusic and partying with friends after a mountain bike ride… After all, there are no neighbours to ask us to turn down the volume!
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