Joined: 6th Nov 2004
Ride: 2010 Nitro Blue FG
Just got a new car and its time to do the audio again. its a BA XR6.
I want a system that i can crank but still has nice clarity. Any advice on speaker setup or brands.. In my last car i had amp'd 6 X 9's in the parcel, sub in the boot and ampd 3 ways in the front and it was a bad setup as all the sound and bass came from th rear.
so...splits in the front and 6 inch in the rear pls 2 12's in the boot
3 ways in the front, 6 inch in the rear and subs in the boot?
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depends on the amount of money you have, i would love a nice set of splits in the front that could handle at least 100 to 150 wrms each, and a nice 12 in the boot, if tuned right the bass sounds like its coming out the front, i personally don't have rear speakers
i got JBL 5*7's all round, alpine competition deck and two jbl1000 subs
its got enough volume and clarity for anyone i know
How much you wanna spend all up?
Front Splits - 2ways
300-400 odd $$:
Boston Acoustics S60
Alpine Type-R SPR-17S
MB Quart DSF-216
Digital Designs (which is DD) DDC-6.5a
Morel Dotech 6
For more $$ you can look at:
Boston acoustics SL60
MB Quart RVF-216/DSG216
Morel Hybrid Ovation 6
MB Quart PVF216
Boston Acoustics Z5/Z6/Pro60
Dynaudio System 222/242
Morel Supremo 6
OZ Audio OZ180CS
Okay then. For amps you'll only need 2, one for the fronts and a mono for the sub. Dont even think about amping the rears... or even changing them..
4 channels will allow you to run bridged or active.
Run fronts, either bridged or active.
Monoblocks @ ~ 1000bux include
OZ Audio OZVA700.1
Subs, @ 12". For the amps listed above, 2 cheaper ones would really be needed
Alpine Type-R SWR-1222D
JL Audio 12W3v3-4
Treo TSi 12.4
Rockford P2D2/4, P3D2/4
Treo SSi 12.44/22 SSX 12.22
Alpine Type X
OZ Me 12.4
So... what h/u you looking to run? stock with a 360 or similar, or aftermarket like an Alpine in the tissue holder?
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