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Old 01-17-2005, 10:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i have a pair of 6x9 speakers that i wil try to fit in by this weekend and plant to get a pair of components for the fronts i have the amp for those already.. i was wondering what sub to get i coud always get the same brand sub but what i need to know the deal with wattage and all that and a box.. im looking for a 12 inch and i want something that will thump but not so loud that it will be heard from a block away.. and any sugestions for a hu prefferebly one that will match the orange glow.. and what do you guys think of this 3-way crossover ? one more thing what type of equalizer??



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As far as loud, they all can be heard from a block away if you turn it up, so that will be up to you.

As for sub brands, it would depend on what kind of music you listen to:
Rock and Rap= Kicker
Acoustic, Jazz, Chill music= Infinity

As for Head Units that accell at matching the interior illumniation are the following:

-Kenwood KDCMPV-5025 (entry level)
-Alpine (mid-grade)Tougher to find with Amber illumination, but can be found
-Nakamichi CD-400 (hi-end) Uncompromised sound quality, but not a lot of features.

As for that crossover, I don't see the need. Most amps will have all the necessary crossovers you need. And I don't recomend running an amp in Tri-Mode to push both speakers and a sub.
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As far as loud, they all can be heard from a block away if you turn it up, so that will be up to you.

As for sub brands, it would depend on what kind of music you listen to:
Rock and Rap= Kicker
Acoustic, Jazz, Chill music= Infinity

As for Head Units that accell at matching the interior illumniation are the following:

-Kenwood KDCMPV-5025 (entry level)
-Alpine (mid-grade)Tougher to find with Amber illumination, but can be found
-Nakamichi CD-400 (hi-end) Uncompromised sound quality, but not a lot of features.

As for that crossover, I don't see the need. Most amps will have all the necessary crossovers you need. And I don't recomend running an amp in Tri-Mode to push both speakers and a sub.
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im looking for a seperate amp to power the sub i already have an amp for the mid and high and what did you think of that crossover in the link above?
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