almamort: The reason why the factory speakers sound like crap is because they 2ohms... And the aftermarket is meant for 4 ohm speakers...
Mr. Tryintogetit Warren: bro Im restoring a 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Coupe. I'm trying to decide what speakers and amp set up I need for this car for a quality sounds system. can u help me with a package set up?
nicholas currie: what fascia did you use bud
alwaysopen: Hector's Tacos & Car Repair while you wait.
eveandemmanuel: loc not lovely lol
Juan Zelaya: i tried it and it work great, only problem now my trunk and gas button don't work, or power unlock and lock. do you know what might be the problem?
Mark Wangerien: Great video man, this has been a huge help for me
Semaj James (James E. Jackson IV): What's the software called?
Schmidt Andreas: Beautiful Sound :) I make too bypass for subwoofer and is better than in Video
adrian dukes: Great video perfect hands on instructions help me %100. I baught a wiring harness and kit forr my 2000 deville didnt work no power or sound with that kit or harness watche'd this video and had my tv working in no time thanks a lot Hector saved me for tearing my door panels apart to look for the wires.
Greg Douglas: Most of what he's doing is spot on, except that the OEM drivers are all 1 ohm as is the output impedance of the OEM amp. He should've replaced the OEM drivers with a couple pair of front and rear aftermarket drivers.
puffthepimp: You do realize that the front door woofers are >than 1ohm right? So tying the subs together with the tweeters is going to result in a >than 2 ohm load on the front channels of the head unit. If you knew anything about IC type amplifiers in car stereo head units, you would know that they are NOT 2 ohm stable. Eventually, that head unit will burn, or blow fuses. Did you even consider joining the purple data wires for the head unit to complete the class 2 serial data line circuit? How many codes does the IPC show now that you've crippled the Theftlock system? Has the customer come back complaining that his battery dies every night because the BCM won't go to sleep because it can't communicate with every module downstream from the factory radio you removed? You obviously have the basic knowledge of how to connect a car stereo. What you lack is the expertise to integrate an aftermarket stereo into today's computer controlled vehicles. I suggest you learn more about current vehicle control systems before you hack up another customers vehicle. BTW, at the end of the video where you tell everyone that turning the volume to 20 is all the speakers can handle, you are incorrect sir. That's as loud as the little IC amp inside that Pioneer head unit can get before it clips out because you are making it drive a >2ohm load. I take back my previous statement that you have the basic knowledge of car stereo installation, have you ever even turned your DVM to the ohms setting? Do you know what an ohm is a measurement of?
Ivan Smyre: The factory speakers are 2ohms and the aftermarket radios supports 4 ohms speakers. That is the reason the speakers make a popping sound when you turn the radio volume up high.
curt golden: So I don't really need the bose adapter for my 04 yukon xl. What about all the chimes. I don't have onstar.
Denzel Rahman: Are you willing to tell what software you use for the wire diagram
Peter Lyday: @tyma1026 was it the metra 70-2054 harness that you bought?
chris Williams: whats your address? Ive got business for you!!
saintsrow111: Sounds like Ernie from George Lopez show
Buick Bob: now that's the way to explain, We have the bose system in our 91 c4 vette and the amp is under the dash ( glove. comp,)and a bitch to reach & then no wiring to work with, i'm replacing the radio with a kenwood. do you have schmatics for a 91 vette . I can't find a connector for the vette using a multimeter but having problems.
Bluntski: And um?
CADILLAC DEVILLE 2001 HOW INSTALL A RADIO AND BYPASS THE BOSE AMPS PIONEER AVH-P40005
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