We retained the factory head unit with navigation and made it better, adding satellite radio, iPod, and a DVD player, all integrated through the factory navigation screen. The factory four inch component speakers were scrapped in favor of new 5 ¼ inch speakers front and rear all kept behind the OEM grills. The OEM woofer was replaced by an 8 inch subwoofer.
Space is limited in this exotic, so we used Genesis amplifiers due to their low profile design. At less than 1 inch tall there is still ample room for golf clubs and gym bags. The DVD player is mounted under the OEM navigation computer.
K-40 front and rear laser detectors/defusers were painted body color. The radar detectors are mounted behind the body panels and the warning indicators were flush mounted into the instrument cluster bezel.
Aston Martin DB9
Going fast is always better when your stereo sounds good too. Unfortunately even the “high-end” Lynn audio system in these cars leaves a lot of room for improvement. The list of complaints from this client ranged from not enough things to listen to and no where near enough volume. After we performed our magic, his complaints were left behind in the dust.
|Source Unit||OEM / navigation|
|Amplification||Genesis: Profile 4 Ultra, Profile Sub|
|Component Speakers||2 Pair Rockford Fosgate T152S and 1 pair X1T tweeters|
|Sub Bass||1 P28S4|
|Miscellaneous Electronics||Alpine Vehicle hub controller, Alpine DVD Player, Alpine Sirius tuner, Alpine iPod interface|
|Radar Detection||K-40 Calibre DL Remote Radar Detector with dual LD5500BT Laser Diffusers|
|Processor||Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.2|