It failed multiple times. Assuming the 3 is designed the same way, this means there are 14 amplifiers.

Save with big discounts at your favourite Tesla […], One of the more popular aftermarket modifications many Tesla owners put on their vehicles is a paint protection film (PPF) to protect the paint from door dings and rock chips. Found these subs with built-in amplifiers online. Or do I need to use a capacitor to avoid errors in the car? Consider becoming a Supporting Member of Tesla Motors Club. There is also room there for a smaller amp (it's where the factory second amp goes as well). Hello all! https://teslaownersonline.com/threads/guide-model-3-sr-aftermarket-to-enable-speakers-and-subwoofer-upgrade-install.13059/#post-237988. I am not installing a sub but rather just the rear shelf, mirror tweeters and A pillar.... For the power source, do I just use the penthouse for the main power and then the VCleft for the remote in? It took long coz I wasn't sure of what I needed, ordered stuff, sent back, ordered again, used it, didn't like it, sent back, so on. After almost a year of reading this thread, I finally mustered enough courage to finish this(well, almost). Typical stereos in most other vehicles use four amplifiers. I might get an amp with an extra two channels and rig up the four front tweeters, but I'm not sure how much those impact sound, so they might not be worth it. Anyone within a few hours of LA done this well? Cookies help us deliver our Services. Assuming the 3 is designed the same way, this means there are 14 amplifiers. Hansshow says its kit was designed by German tuning masters and will improve the mid-range, high-frequency sounds in your car.. Thanks for the info, and I could see how this is worthwhile, but I can’t seem to find the part # on that TeslaTap page. Do you value your experience at TMC?

You must log in or register to reply here. I want to buy DIY kit now while they have 10% discount. full range 1079742-00-A 4” (100 mm) 3 ohm 33 W seems like they are the same as the ones in the front dash perhaps: Everything I've been able to gather about the Model 3's audio system : teslamotors Looks like around $50 each on eBay though. Yes I'm starting to think so too, which is unfortunate, because it means a less OEM option is required. This lets the fader/balance work properly It sounds VERY good. Do you value your experience at TMC? I’m seriously considering installing the harness even though I don’t have the back speakers. My initial conclusion was that this would be an awful lot of development work, so I doubt Tesla does it (even though their parts guy claimed they do have a software difference). Has anyone does this before? Please consider whitelisting TMC on your ad blocker and becoming a Supporting Member. Please let me know! After researching the wiring diagrams and service manual. I’m assuming you mean the Alpine KTP-445u 4 ch amp. I just need to find an amp that can comfortably be mounted in the passenger quarter panel area, as I want to keep it factory looking, with no ugly amps mounted visibly in my trunk.

). I'd be willing to pay for parts and labor in order to get this done on my 2020 SR+. Am I supposed to have rear speakers?

Has anyone in or near North Texas (DFW) done this upgrade? Also, what tools will you be using to take off the panels to install? full range 1079742-00-A 4” (100 mm) 3 ohm 33 W seems like they are the same as the ones in the front dash perhaps: Everything I've been able to gather about the Model 3's audio system : teslamotors Looks like around $50 each on eBay though.