Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Lois and the Boys - 1st Season - Episode 6

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Day 10

Lois: ”To make it easier to place the wires I will

remove the carpet and the seats.

In addition I get a better look while installing the subwoofer.”

Lois: ”The seats are removed, the carpet´s next and

after that there is enough space for me to get a good overview.”

Lois: ”Now the car is cleared out, there is enough

space to place the wirestoday the wires will be

wrapped in snakeskin and placed at the foot space

which will be easier because I removed the carpet before.”

Lois: ”Okay Martin look, at the back you can

see the two amplifiers and I want you to place

the wires back therethen you move here and place

all the speaker wires together into this tunnel

and then over here

next you move up here and leave three ends for tweeter,

bass-midrange speaker and bass-low-midrange speaker

and down here I need about half a meter

of wires for the subwoofer

at the same time you place the wires for this side

behind the car dashboard and leave the three ends for the

speakers over here as well with another half meter of excess length.”

Lois: ”Hammer, look hereyou will now remove the console.

Therefore you untwist these four screws,

take the whole console out, dissolve the aluminium

plate from the steel console and finally

fill all the cracks with spattling compound.

After that you also polish it so everything is perfect

also the endsso the lacquerer just has to fill and paint it.

Hammer: ”Super!”

Lois: ”That´s what we´ll do!”

Lois: ”Before I start rebuilding my TT

I want to show you the elements I want to use.

The core piece of the construction is the Pioneer ODR

system with the RSD-7RII and the Pioneer ODR processor RSP 90.

Both devices will convert the signals and send

them to the amplifiers.

For the rest of the construction I use products

of the company DLS despite of the head unit

and the processor because this range of equipment

has proven to do a very good job in

the field of high-imp technology.

I used to work with these products for many years

and I always got very good results from it.

I will use two DLS A4-amplifiers.

This amplifier has 4 times 85 watt of 4 Ohm

and 4 times 145 watt rms of 2 Ohm.

Bridged this means that one amplifier produces

2 times 400 watt rms.

The signals of one amplifier are transferred to

one DLS Scandinavia 3 and also to a DLS Scandinavia 1.

The second DLS A4 sends her signal to one

Scandinavia 6 lowrange speaker

and also to 2 pieces of DLS W308B,

for the time being I have an ESX subwoofer as a

substitute which will be replaced later on.

For the high frequency sector I use a

DLS Scandinavia 1.

It is really big but also contains a coupling volume

and excels by unbelievably fine resolution and the

ability to easily release the percussion from its surface.

For the mid frequency range I use a Scandinavia 3 midrange speaker.

This speaker can transfer about 5 ½ octaves starting

at 150 Hertz up to 7 to 8 Kilohertz.

For that it needs a baffle or better 1 liter volume

so it can show his advantages.

As far as the lowrange is concerned I use a Scandinavia 6.

This is a special woofer by Scandinavia which

is only used as lowrange speaker,

other than the Scandinavia 6/2

which can also be used as midrange speaker.

This woofer should get 8 to 9 liters volume to

reach its top form.

It is a very dynamic woofer which sounds really good.

All of these speakers will be installed on steel rings

including the subwoofer as well.

Right now I can only show you the

rings for the Scandinavia 6.

These rings are furnished with metric drillings

so it is possible to screw the speakers on

them and also to ensure proper support in

the cages of the woofers.

Furthermore most of the rings gather the

lattice of the woofers as well.

Concerning the power supply I use the


Instead of the frontal original battery

I put four of those POWER MASTER PM 680

batteries in my rear trunk.

They are placed in the spare wheel recess so

the current path is as short as possible and

also very high short circuit currents.”


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