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Timothy D's 2007 Chrysler 300

Items installed:

  • JVC Mobile Arsenal CD/USB receiver
  • Alpine MRP-F300 50X4 amplifier
  • Memphis ClassD 1100w at 1 amplifier... running 350 at 4 ohm
  • Harmon Kardon 25X2 amplifier
  • 2 Bose 4-3/4" mid speakers
  • 2 Clarion 4" mid coax speakers- disguarded tweeters though
  • 2 Rockford Fosgate 3-1/2" mid speakers
  • 1 Cerwin Vega 18" Stroker single 4ohm vc
  • Walmart wire. 2 amp kits, y-rca's, 2 spools of wire, extra rca patch cable, antenna adapter
  • Harbor freight tools - box of crimp connectors
  • Elite Audio - Large crimp connector and advice on bypassing no remote on in dash

Installation Description

Had JVC Arsenal deck in '02 explorer and traded car after reinstalling factory components. Took all of about a minute to miss the JVC and its clarity from the factory stereo in the '07 300. Went to buy sub amp and ran into long time friend and stereo fanatic. He worked at a bodyshop and said his girlfriend was destroying his stuff and that he had an Alpine bought from Crutchfield he would part with because it would end up broken. That Alpine blew a G&S OD Redline 10" sub into pieces, and i had to pull out my Cerwin Vega 18" Stroker. Then I needed more power: the Memphis Class D amp. The empty holes in dash for 3-1/2" made perfect homes for the Rockford Fosgate speakers i had for about 10 years still in box. They are powered by the HK amp with in line crossovers. After blowing the rear 6X9's; I made wood plates with 3/4" MDF and a Dremel to hold the Bose 4-3/4" and Clarion 4" speakers. The Alpine power's them and the still-factory front doors.

Q&A Section

Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

Audiophile since 1991

What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

monster sub

Why did you choose these products?

have owned about 5 alpine amps. really love MRP-F300, and owned a kenwood excelon deck. which was stolen, JVC Arsenal deck really has control and options galore

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

freezing rain

What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

JVC DVD deck, Alpine MRP-M1000 or M2000 amp to replace Memphis amp, and front door speakers

Amp Alpine amp under the seat
tweeter Dash opening for 3-1/2" speaker
dash mess A disassembled dash
wiring kit The wiring kit
subwoofer The subwoofer
car My Chrysler

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Please share your thoughts below.

  • Richard Darrell Sheridan from Romney

    Posted on 4/5/2019

    Would like to see pics of after install. Not a bunch of wires on the floor and sub on the living room floor.

  • bubba from folsom

    Posted on 8/6/2015

    Im sure its nothing close to audiophile sq with that cv stroker lol