The Cab system features one Memphis M Class Msync 6-1/2-inch speaker and one M3 10-inch sub, which are located in each of the four doors. One Memphis 5004 amp, and two 300 series amps deliver more than enough power to the speakers, respectively. In the center channel, one pair of M Class Msync 5-1/4-inch speakers is connected to one 150 Memphis amp, and another pair of Msync 8-inch subwoofers have been mounted in near the floor. Four 15-inch Memphis Mojo subs have been dropped into the custom fiberglass console and are powered by a solitary Memphis Mojo 4KW amp.
Underneath the tonneau cover lays another completely insane audio extravaganza. Six pairs of Memphis Msync 5-1/4-inch speakers have been secured onto the underside of the bed lid, as well as their two Memphis 5004 amplifier counterparts. Seven more 15-inch subs (two M Class, and five power reference series D4s) have been wired to two more amps-another 5004 and a 2500. Five Kinetik HC2400 batteries have been wedged into the bed, which are used strictly for audio purposes only. A bank of ten 1-Farad Memphis caps and two Wrangler 260-amp alternators have also been added, which keep the 13,750-watt sound system from blowing the Super Duty into planetary orbit. A Pioneer Z2 in-dash navi receiver serves as the control hub for the heart-pounding audio-video system; which, by now, should make even the most demanding audiophiles rather jealous.
It's nice to know a truck of this stature is the result of a first stab at custom building. Not only did Ernest make sure that quality heavily outweighed quantity, as far as modifications are concerned, it seems he didn't mind going crazy on certain facets of the build. Sometimes it's nice to have top-notch detail work, which will surely stand apart from the rest of the crowd. Ernest's Super Duty has striking good looks, as well as a booming smooth voice to match. What else could be expected from an off-road custom that was built on the West Coast?