Only thing I can really think of is to save your OEM radio (in case you decide to trade it in later).
Originally Posted by stonestatue
The kit is setup with pre-drilled holes for most motherboards (although they aren't tapped), and has the necessary little parts to mount a lilliput in it. Overall, not sure if its worth the $130, but if you want to maintain your OEM radio chassis and save some headache mounting the LCD, mobo, etc it might be of some benefit.
Im reviving this thread because im planning on going completely Headunitless :yum: and i only just found out about this unit (amp9) and as others have had experience with it i was wondering if anyone has intergrated one into their unit.Hopefully i can use someone else experience before i go to the drama of intergrating it into my case and find out there is too much interference, maybe seperating it with a shield would be a possibility, thanks in advance
In adding to the revival of a dead thread, you can try using Motorcycle Amps. They are small, and dont produce alot of heat. The come in 100 watts, 150 watts, 200 watts, then I think 300 watts. They have 2 channel and recently 4 channel. I have four 2 channel amps, I liked them all being seperate. One for front speakers, one for middle speakers, one for rear speakers and another for center and phone. 2 of the amps are in my center console with all the other pc components and the other 2 are in the rear. Here is a link so you can check one out, this is to the first 4ch version I have seen..... http://cgi.ebay.com/4CH-CAR-MOTORCYC...3A1%7C294%3A50
Originally Posted by millsy
Wow.. old thread.. but whatever, back to life you! I'm looking for a small amp and the amp9 also looked good to me. I've got one on the way. The limitation for me might be the power, but the nice thing is, if it ends up being too low, I can just buy another.. ;-) The Amp9's can be paralleled very easily, so I'm thinking that if 4x60 isn't enough, I can parallel it to 2x120, and build another 2x120. Either way, I'm getting pretty impressive power/quality, out of a tiny little board that I will be able to install underneath my center console.