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JJ-HiFi - Oulu - Finland

Wednesday 8 December 2010


JJ-HiFi MTX distributor for Finland has a world premiére !

Not only did they build a FANTASTIC and INCREDIBLY LOUD car with the new 24" square Jackhammer.
It is also the first car in the world to feature the BIGGEST Subwoofer on the planet!

Jarmo Forss owner of this Hummer wanted something special installed. The second he mentioned this to Sami from JJ-HiFi, Sami could only think of one thing : JACKHAMMER 24!
"It’s insane loud", those are the exact words from Sami after playing some hours with the system installed in the Hummer. But not only is it incredibly loud the car also shows the incredible installation skills from JJ-HiFi. From front to back each part of the car has something special.

The front doors are installed with 4x T8652 components. A closer look shows that the mids actually have a ported enclosure to really get every last drop of KICKBASS out of them. The solution to install the tweeters of these 4 sets is just awesome!

In the back you can find the bass amps installed in the roof of the car and Sir Jack received a custom vented enclosure buil from steel and glass. To show off Sir Jack even better the entire enclosure is mounted in a way it can slide out of the car by a touch of a button.

The install:
- 1x T9924 24" square Jackhammer subwoofer
- 6x T810S 10" square T8000 subwoofer
- 8x T8652 16,5cm T8000 component set
- 4x TH4000D Class-D mono block amp
- 3x TH904 Class-AB 4-ch amp
- Alpine IVA-502 source unit with Navigation and Zenec LCD in the back
- 8x Optima yellow top batteries
- Streetwires cables
- 14m2 of sounddeadning _
Without a doubt this is the COOLEST and MOST INCREDIBLE JACKHAMMER BASSRIDE ever!

Congratulations are in place to JJ-Hifi for this incredible job!

www.jjhifi.fi


A nice drink too celebrate a job well done

A nice drink too celebrate a job well done

Special tools are needed to install Sir Jack

Jarmo inside the JH enclosure..


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