Nice system!!!! That rear deck rattle is the middle brake light plastic vibrating against the back window.I added a system to mine as well....a bit of a headache but well worth it. Expensive too...but you get what you pay for I guess. Had to modify the deck and the door speaker opening to make those mids work. The most important part of this whole upgrade is the JL Audio Fix 86 and the Twk 88. Took about two days of work and a day of calibrating the system. Great outcome....I will be opening the rear deck up again to add some sound dampening material and make my rattle go away...Also, You MUST disconnect the ANC module. I tried to get away without it....and it went south....as soon as you take off it starts to make the subwoofer go crazy.
JL Audio C-3 650's - 6.5"
JL Audio C-3 650's - 6.5"
Center Dash Speaker (added, Did not have existing)-
JL Audio C-2 350 - 3-1/2"
JL Audio HO110-W6v3
JL Audio 300/4 V3
JL Audio 600/1 V3
Fix 86 & Twk 88
Nice setup! I have the same HERTZ Mille Legends for the front, but how did you installed the front tweeter? The Hertz Tweeter is too big for the factory sail panel. Right now I only replaced the front mid-range.I just tore my stereo out of my 2017 Accord Touring before trading it in for a 19' Accord Sport 2.0 6spd.
1. Hertz Mille Legends up front
2. JL C3's in the rear
3. Amp Bypass from Ebay
4. Jl Audio 900/5 powering it all
5. Jl Audio 12w6v3
I have 30 miles on my new car and just can't get the willpower to tear everything apart. It took me 12 hours to remove this system from the 17' Touring. I ran everything through factory harnesses. Spared no time installing that bad boy.
I would love to have it in my sport. Its a **** of a job. I sound deaden the doors and rear deck and trunk space makes for a much tighter sound.
So from what I hear the OP spliced into the Sub Harness that was unused in the sport model is that correct? Used a Line converter?
I included some pictures of my 17' accord touring removal job just for kicks. When I get around to installing the system in my new car, I will share my experience.
Installers earn their money.
For those who have added an aftermarket amp, do you know how the stock system is wired for the tweeters? I don't know how I'd wire a four-channel amp if I have 8 pairs of speaker wires going in and out of it to go to the components front and rear.
How did you ground the AMP? They are having problems grounding the AMPI just installed a Rockford Fosgate 12" P3 Sub and R500X1D Mono block amp. This sub slams, I was going to get two twelves but glad I didn't. There was no issue with the ANC module as it was one of the things that they looked for and we would have noticed because it creates a horrible feedback sound. I have the 2018 2.0 Sport and it installed and ran as normal. No need to do anything to the ANC module. As far as install goes, I used a low level line converter and put it on the existing Sub Speaker wire essentially making the input to the amp all bass. System sounds amazing, I have the remote bass level set at 1/4 turn, I never thought one 12 would hit so hard. I am thinking of removing the small 8" sub the car came with to allow more air to enter the cabin from the trunk, gives it more kick. Here are some pics. I highly recommend this product. $1000 installed out the door. See attached pics.
You would need to replace everything...Swap the HU, add the factory amp, and the new wiring harness, add the center channel, add the factory sub, and after all that you would be very disappointed in the very minimal sound improvements...lol...I have a 2020 Accord 2.0T with the 180w amp is there any way I can switch to the 450w that the Touring comes with and get away with just installing new speakers all around ?
ITS relative off course.I’m on the fence I’ve seen people adding just an amp and a sub. what about the front and rear speakers ? they suck ... how much improvement can you get just with a sub?