a - I don't connect to the internet, my carPC is used for a different purpose.
b - I wish there was internet service in my area.
c - I connect for free by hopping through wifi signals in my town/city
d - I tether my cell phone to my carpc via Serial or USB connection
e - I use BlueTooth to connect my cellphone to my carPC
f - I connect to the internet wirelessly within my home network
g - I connect to the internet wirelessly via USB dongle from a cellular company
h - I connect to the internet wirelessly via PC Card adaptor from a cellular company
i - I have a high speed wireless broadband modem connection above 2Mb/sec down/256k up
j - other
Now that the winter is finally here, I have more free time available to continue my automotive project. I've decided to do an amplifier installation on the rear passenger seat back. It will be mounted on top of diamond plate to maintain my 'Project Diamond Plate' theme. This was a simple installation so, I'd like to share a few pics.
First of all, I found some left over plate from last year's splurge at Home Depot. I did a rough cut initially, then did the fine tuning on the second pass of the cutting phase.
This piece below will be fixed to the rear passenger's seat back in a 60/40 seat configuration. Both left & right sides have been cut.
I've since cut away any excess without taking pictures of the process. I also filed the latch hole, the corners, and edges from any sharp burrs before mounting the plate to the seat.
Anyway, here's a close up view of the amplifier and it's connections.
This is the end result with everything mounted and the seat back in the lowered position.
The amp powers four 6 inch ONKYO mid-range cones, and a pair of 2" tweeters.
This setup will enhance the sound fidelity for the rear passengers to enjoy.
I'm really pleased with the overall listening experience, vocals are much more pronounced and crisp throughout the frequency range.
A few more pics will be added soon.