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    1999 VW Caddy

    At the moment, i'm half-way building my caddy-puter.

    Components used:

    Macrom speakers, 120w RMS each
    Macrom amplifier, 2 channel, 250w RMS
    Caliber wiring/fusebox
    Liliput 7" TS
    60GB 2,5" harddrive
    Slimline DVD


    Components ordered:

    M1-ATX
    Via Epia M10000
    2x Pioneer 8" subs (will be mounted behind seats)



    This is my car, a Volkswagen Caddy 1.9TDI


    This is how my 'trunk' looks now. Everything will be carpetted in the end..


    This is the wall where everything fits in. As you can see, there is already a 15ich TFT, amplifier, mainboard, wiring and a fusebox mounted. The wooden 'box' with all the components is painted black, that's the reason why you see a black stroke around the glass. Later this all will be carpented. Afterwards, i will add some neon sticks/colored coolers behind the glass.


    The fusebox, with 1 cable from the front to the back, 1 cable for the PC, 1 for AMP1, 1 for AMP2 (subs), and a spare-one for later use. Only 1 cable is connected by now.


    Because i don't have my carputer fully installed, and no headunit with line-out, i use my PDA for temporary music.


    These are my macrom speakers, crossovers are hidden in my dash.


    This is how i mounted my tweeters. Cheap, but fits perfectly!



    My 7" liliput is ready also, but i don't have pictures of it, i will post them later. It looks really stock!

    My project will be ready in about 3 weeks. I'll keep u posted!

    PS. Sorry for the crappy english

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    Pics of my dash... I jused fiberglass and filler. There are some small spots in it, so i will sand/paint it once more.



    This is how my dash used to be.

    AsRock AM2 dual VGA
    AMD Sempron 3000+
    512MB DDR
    3,5" 80GB harddrive
    Liliput 7"
    TFT 15"
    M2-ATX

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    My install

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flappy
    At the moment, i'm half-way building my caddy-puter.

    Components used:

    Macrom speakers, 120w RMS each
    Macrom amplifier, 2 channel, 250w RMS
    Caliber wiring/fusebox
    Liliput 7" TS
    60GB 2,5" harddrive
    Slimline DVD


    Components ordered:

    M1-ATX
    Via Epia M10000
    2x Pioneer 8" subs (will be mounted behind seats)



    This is my car, a Volkswagen Caddy 1.9TDI


    This is how my 'trunk' looks now. Everything will be carpetted in the end..


    This is the wall where everything fits in. As you can see, there is already a 15ich TFT, amplifier, mainboard, wiring and a fusebox mounted. The wooden 'box' with all the components is painted black, that's the reason why you see a black stroke around the glass. Later this all will be carpented. Afterwards, i will add some neon sticks/colored coolers behind the glass.


    The fusebox, with 1 cable from the front to the back, 1 cable for the PC, 1 for AMP1, 1 for AMP2 (subs), and a spare-one for later use. Only 1 cable is connected by now.


    Because i don't have my carputer fully installed, and no headunit with line-out, i use my PDA for temporary music.


    These are my macrom speakers, crossovers are hidden in my dash.


    This is how i mounted my tweeters. Cheap, but fits perfectly!



    My 7" liliput is ready also, but i don't have pictures of it, i will post them later. It looks really stock!

    My project will be ready in about 3 weeks. I'll keep u posted!

    PS. Sorry for the crappy english
    Hello Flappy,

    I liked your message but the first 5 pictures did not work. I like to see your work. Any chance of sending them again?

    Regards,

    Arie

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