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This Myvi belonging to a returning customer of ours has a special place in his heart. He has a few cars, but this Myvi is special to him as it was his first car and he has a lot of memories of it. Instead of selling it off, he decided to keep it and treat it really well. As you can see, he has done some Passo conversions to make it have that more "JDM" look. As for the audio system, he initially just started off with the head unit and front speakers. He chose the Kenwood DDX616WBT because it was a direct fit to his dash. As for front speakers, the best available ones at the time were Alpine S series so he didn't hesitate to go for it.
At a later time, he decided that he wants more out of his system, so what better way than to add speakers and a subwoofer. He wanted to maintain the subtle look, so he opted for the underseat active subwoofer. He also upgraded the rear speakers as he wanted better sound, especially the mids from the rear.
All JDM at the back
Kenwood KSC-PSW8 Active Subwoofer
The Alpine S-S45 4" Coaxial Speakers
The speaker install for Myvi is not as straightforward as many think. The shape of the original speakers are a bit odd, so spacers are needed for installation.
The Kenwood KFC-X174 6.5" Coaxial Speakers
The addition of the Kenwood Active Subwoofer Remote on the dash.
Closer look of the remote control. It basically does 3 things, allow you to reverse phase, set your LPF point and also set your subwoofer levels. That pretty much covers the install on our part, the rest below are a bonus for those who are into the Passo culture.