My Fast & Furious Lamborghini's New Sound System BLEW MY MIND! (INSANE BASS ALERT)

  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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    Sundown Audio SD-3 10" Subwoofer►
    SWAG 6.5" coaxial speakers►
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    Today I install a new, completely custom audio system in my Fast & Furious Lamborghini Murcielago, with help from Sean of EMF Car Audio. This car sounds absolutely ridiculous.

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    NIVIRO - You [NCS Release]►

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    Music by Joakim Karud►

    Fredji - Happy Life►

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  • Maurice Harris

    Maurice Harris

     12 hours ago

    Sounds freaking awesome! 😏🎶🎶🎶🎶👂💪🏿💯

  • Maurice Harris

    Maurice Harris

     13 hours ago

    Its awesome that you showed the making of the box. I like the way you implemented the fiberglass. Great job guys. Thanks for that.

  • Stone Weasel

    Stone Weasel

     5 days ago

    @Tavarish Loving your channel dude (only recently found it) and you clearly have skills.

    Dude though, your fibreglassing! Just no! That is WAY too much resin for the amount of glass.
    Too much resin makes it weaker and heavier. You essentially want to use as little resin as possible but still wetting the glass through. Hence the popularity of vacuum bag and resin infusion composites.

  • Chris Brazer

    Chris Brazer

     7 days ago

    I am sure this sounds pretty good.....but man I feel like you missed an opportunity not reaching out to Dean and Fernando with 5 Star Car Stereo. They are located in Florida even and have a pretty big youtube following. Their builds/installs are SICK.

  • jdsim9173


     7 days ago +1

    Listening to this is like going to best buy and the salesperson says you need a fancy hdmi cable.

  • NoStereo


     7 days ago

    Your mic actually did a great job. It actually sounded great on my 2.1 bookshelf+10inch pc config.

  • Playworthy


     14 days ago

    That's a nice sound system you got there, loving the car though.

  • Pavel Stoikov

    Pavel Stoikov

     14 days ago

    why 480p ?

  • Bear


     14 days ago

    you could just buy uh harmon kardon which woulf sound mucb better for such a nice car

  • Cid Dax

    Cid Dax

     21 days ago +1

    Infact a ported encloser would deliver more omph for the same space. They are more efficent. But you have to calculate the box accordingly (not easy with weird enclosures) and they are 'slower'. In a ported enclosure you get with the tuned port the reflection of the sound from inside the box a wave length later and so giving you more bass at certain frequencies. You tune the cab in combination of the speaker so you get a mostly flat response and the extra db's from the port where the speaker is lacking. And yes, without computers and software the needed math is too much for a mortal man. Even with that stuff, you have to be a pro and weird measures makes it a lot more complicated. From a high fidelity point, a closed cab is better as you don't get that wavelength delay from the port.

  • Cloud Of Time

    Cloud Of Time

     21 days ago +2

    "You don't need any special tools like a table saw or anything."

    That router was pretty important, and everyone had a router laying around.

  • blackflag nation

    blackflag nation

     21 days ago

    What a missed opportunity to play mercy by kanye west

  • Jeff


     21 days ago

    Unless the factory code for the Head Unit has been changed, you can find the code for your particular Unit on line. Had to do that with a Kenwood I used to own. Did have to hit Ebay for a remote, but was still worth it. Or you can just send it to me !

  • Drake Tamer

    Drake Tamer

     1 months ago

    This is wonderful. And I sit here at home with my 60$ sound system. A 1000W (Yes 1000 W) subwoofer and two 130 Watt midrange speakers strapped haphazardly into a plastic storage container. Surprisingly, it actually sounds really good.

  • Andreas Phạm

    Andreas Phạm

     2 months ago

    Can I put a double din radio into a 1st gen Murcielago?

  • Liam Brady

    Liam Brady

     2 months ago

    Can’t believe you were cutting MDF without a mask? Do you not know how bad that stuff is for you?

  • ParenteGrande


     2 months ago

    Why you didn't make the enclosure out of carbon fiber or fiberglass is beyond me.

  • Joel Medina

    Joel Medina

     2 months ago

    ok those two last songs you played, name and artist, cause it sounded pretty good, I know you put the artists above with links but not to the specific songs.

  • Kawicepticon


     3 months ago

    I would have loved if you went all old school sound steam , exact series mids and highs and an exact 10” sub powered by the reference series 🤤. Keep up the sik content my man

  • Kai Luthardt

    Kai Luthardt

     4 months ago

    The head unit is too bad. Alpine is amazing, bit get a Alpine F1 Status head unit. Its used around 1500 USD, but its the best you can get.