Dude Adds 2000 Watt Bass Synthesizer To His ’92 Dodge Caravan

If there’s anybody that you don’t want driving up and down your street at night, it’s probably EXOcontralto.

This video documents how he hooked up a cheap Casio synth to his 2000 watt automotive sound system so he could rock his ’92 Dodge Caravan like no other, with massive “Loud Ass Bass.”

Details on this hack below.

This is a remake to a how-to car modification video, explaning, and going through the various procedures involved when re-wiring speaker terminals into RCA connects, designed for hooking into external receivers, Like you Car Audio Amplifier!

Loud Ass Bass!


Solder existing speaker terminals with Idental pair of wires, Solder RCA connects, Connect to Auxially Receiver, or Amplifier, your DONE!

Tone: Synth Bass
Bass test tones were recorded in the key of C, and I go through various steps within that scale.

92 dodge caravan

Pioneer DEH-P6000ub
Clarion Eqs746
(1) Alpine MRP-M500
(1) Alpine MRP-M1000
(3) Orion HP12 sub’s @ 2 ohms
(2) Orion Cobalt 5.25’s
(2) Polk DB 5×7’s
(2) Polk DB 6×9’s
Big Three in 0 Gauge
(1) MCR 200 amp H/O Alternator
(2) Power Acoustik PCX’5 Caps

_ – ~ Auxillary ~ – _
(1) Coleman 800wrms DC/AC Power Inverter
(1) Sony THS-K670 @ 600wrms into 4 ohms
(1) 10′ MTX Blue Thunder SVC Sub into 4 ohms

2 thoughts on “Dude Adds 2000 Watt Bass Synthesizer To His ’92 Dodge Caravan

  1. Nice write up. Pioneer and Kenwood always make decent products (IMO). You can’t really go wrong with either brand. Pioneer and Kenwood electronics are also inexpensive.

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