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This is a discussion on 2011 Alpine Audio installation pics! within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; Installed the following Audio upgrade this weekend: Alpine INA-W900BT W/TR-7 & ALP-SWI Steering Wheel Control W/David Carter Harness Alpine Imprint ...

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    2011 Alpine Audio installation pics!

    Installed the following Audio upgrade this weekend:

    Alpine INA-W900BT W/TR-7 & ALP-SWI Steering Wheel Control W/David Carter Harness
    Alpine Imprint Processor
    Alpine CHA-S634 VD/MP3 6-Disc changer
    Alpine PDX-5 5 Ch. amp 75x4 + 300X1
    SIR-ALP Sirius Tuner
    Audio Solutions Perfect Fit 10" Sealed Box
    JL Audio 10W3V3 Sub
    CDT Braxial set w/upstage US200 X-Over (using stock tweets)
    CDT Braxial set rear fill w/Passive Xovers
    6.5" Door Spacer Kit
    Toyota Speaker Harness adapters

    Note: Must wire Ai-net from INA to SIR-ALP to Imprint to Changer, all switches must be in EQ/Div Mode. Imprint run Front/Rear/Sub.


    First off the David CArter Harness is a must as it gives you the three Steering wheel control wires and antenna booster wire. You are going to have to soilder in an resistor in order for it to work other than that easy. Also use version #8 on the SWI as this is for Subaru. Main power wire run through grommet under intercooler into cabin.

    Alpine INA-W900BT w/Japan parts dash panel:
    (Iso mount with modified cage) I had to modify the stock cage to fit to the Alpine ISO-Mount, had to elongate the bottom holes to get the stock cage to fit.


    I used the Installations Garage 18-gauge speaker wire EZ-wire w/remote wire to install to David Carter harness:

    Used the Subaru IPOD box toreplace the stock box as this uses a regular USB connector on back (looks stock) from David Carter:

    Car was stripped of carpet and seat and dash:


    Alpine PDX5 Amp was mounted under passengers seat:



    Mounted Alpine Imprint Processor under drivers seat w/Sirius Sat Radio tuner:

    Mounted Perfect Fit 10" sub box w/JL 10W3V3:

    Mounted BT Mic under steering column and the BT box behind dash:
    Last edited by 2010wrxhatch; 05-31-2011 at 06:09 PM.

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    That looks fantastic!!!!

    You have given me a few new ideas

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    no sound deadener while the carpet was out?

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    Nice!

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    Thanks guys, only deadend the doors and hatch, was gonna do the floors, but not going for a show stopping SQ system, just something to take it a notch above the terrible stock system. I did all that in the Speed3 3-monitors, H701 DSP, full 3-way active front stage, etc. 5.1 w/4-JL amps!

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    Added Door pics finished this afternoon next are the rears:



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