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For those of you who have a MiniDSP in their Cruze, has anyone used a blank project box and mounted it in the trunk, or are most just making it fit behind the dash? I figured it would look clean if I could mount it in a nice box on the underside of the package tray, and just run the USB cable into the center console for when I need to plug in the laptop for tuning adjustments.
 

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For those of you who have a MiniDSP in their Cruze, has anyone used a blank project box and mounted it in the trunk, or are most just making it fit behind the dash? I figured it would look clean if I could mount it in a nice box on the underside of the package tray, and just run the USB cable into the center console for when I need to plug in the laptop for tuning adjustments.
Here's where I put mine underneath the dash/center console.

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The duct is removable, and can be put back afterward. It sits quite snuglyh there.

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ok might be a dumb question but what is a MiniDSP?
Mini Digital Signal Processor... Home | miniDSP

The audioheads can help with the details... I just know what it is/does. :music:
 

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oh so it just makes it possible to put a sub onto a factory system?
No.

This makes it possible to put a sub into a factory system:
PAC AA-GM44 Amplifier Integration Interface for Select 2010 and Up GM Vehicles : Amazon.com : Automotive

The miniDSP makes it possible to get competition class sound quality in your Cruze. Of course, you also need a good set of tweeters, good set of midbass door speakers, 4 channels of external amplification, and the knowledge of how to tune the miniDSP.
 
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