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Old 01-17-2018, 04:07 PM
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JL Amp, Sub, and Coxial Speakers

Hi All,

I have decided to upgrade the system in my cabin and add another sub and second pair of speakers.

I am looking for an a JL MHD 900/5, JL M10IB5 sub, and a pair of JL M770 coaxial speakers. I would prefer the sport grills but I could always replace the grills if needed.

Looking for all equipment either new or in good working order.

Let me know what you have!
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Old 01-17-2018, 05:19 PM
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How many in-boats and woofers will the MHD900/5 be driving?
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Old 01-17-2018, 05:53 PM
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I was planning on running four JL M770s and two JL 10" IBs off the 900/5. I currently have a JL MHD 750/1 running my Rev 10s and a JL M2250 that will run my JL satellites in the bow.
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Old 03-21-2018, 05:38 PM
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Just to update this thread, I ended up buying all new equipment and I am going to be installing shortly, but I have a few questions:

1) What is the best way to cut the hole in the gel for the subwoofer? Are you all using a jigsaw to cut the hole? Are there any places that sell router guides that I could buy (this seems like a far cleaner and more efficient option)?

2) How do I wire the two JL M10IB5 subs to the subwoofer channel on the JL MHD 900/5? Do I run a positive and negative from each sub to the amp and put two wires in each amp terminal? Or do I following the following wiring guide:

https://images.crutchfieldonline.com...4-ohm_mono.jpg

Appreciate the help. I can't wait to hear the upgrades.
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Old 03-23-2018, 01:09 AM
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Best way to cut the hole: router, imo. The router guide shown in this video would be easy to make and use. Takes a few tools, but results in a very clean cut hole. It's around the 2 min mark.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc-gUUSeIW4
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Old 03-23-2018, 01:22 AM
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I ended up buying all new equipment How do I wire the two JL M10IB5 subs to the subwoofer channel on the JL MHD 900/5?
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Your JL dealer would be an excellent source these sorts of details, and more.

The issue with cutting a hole, is having clearance to swing the tool.
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Old 03-23-2018, 09:24 AM
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Thanks for the response, JLane. That video is what prompted me to consider a router as opposed to jigsaw, as I have seem some have used in the past. Seems like a much cleaner option imo.
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If there isn't room for a router I like to use a Dremel with a rotozip or 561 multi purpose cutting bit. It's not super fast but it's great in tight spots and makes a clean cut although dusty. It can also be used with a guide or template.
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