– Stereo systems are similar to flavors of food, some foods are spicy and others might be sweet. Every customer has unique taste buds and their interpretation of what great sound is. At the end of the day, we design stereo systems for your enjoyment and it’s our job to listen. –
After taking the vehicle apart, we identified the best speaker locations for the listening position. The rear doors were modified with custom grille and housing since the factory speaker enclosure would not meet our standards. The end result is a factory looking panel that compliments the interior of the vehicle.
We also modified the center console next to the partition wall to house a shallow center channel speaker for better center imaging due to the size of the rear cabin. this center channel was processed along with the other speakers utilizing the Mosconi Digital Sound Processor.
Also mounted in the interior is the controller to the audio system. As you could imagine, we did not install an “AM/FM” stereo in this vehicle. The entire system is controlled by a portable music player or Bluetooth control. this allows ease of use from a mobile phone and the controller simply acts as a volume knob for the rear seat passengers.
Last step is the subwoofer and trunk area. Most high-end European vehicles seal off the trunk to reduce road noise and create a quieter ride for the passengers inside. In this vehicle since the “VIP” passengers are sitting in the rear, the trunk was sealed solid. Since adding a traditional subwoofer enclosure in the trunk would just fight the noise cancellation, we decided to design what we call a 4th order subwoofer enclosure. This style enclosure allows our team to “aim” the subwoofer frequencies into the interior cabin and not remove the acoustical isolation from the trunk. The end result was the perfect audio system designed for one of the most popular music producers of our time. Take time to view the images below and if you have any questions, just let us know.