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  1. He doesn't need to account for efficiency when setting with a multi meter. But I missed the spot about him having the volume only 3/4 that you mentioned. I think that's probably the issue.
  2. Get a Compustar 920s with a Blade AL. But you would still need the programmer to setup the Blade. Fortunately you don't have to be a dealer just to program.
  3. Get an aftermarket headunit. With your goals in mind, it makes no sense to stick with the stock unit.
  4. I sure was but this is a daily and not a numbers build so I'm ok with it for now. Here's a couple (shit) videos.
  5. In my opinion the alpines subwoofer output is lacking in voltage, or something idk. I always have to set the subwoofer to +10 in the deck to get decent output.
  6. Your crossover points in the first post are a good start. Most would recommend a shallower slope to help the drivers blend together easier. Also since your speakers are in different doors you won't be able to make full use of Pioneer's time alignment. I wouldn't use it at all in that configuration.
  7. I think he's saying do a 3 way front stage but I believe you are only doing a 2 way front stage with a sub. If you have the pioneer Auto EQ mic then it will adjust crossover points for you. I run active with my pioneer and I do not use any passive crossovers and no crossovers on the amps except for a subsonic on the sub amp since the pioneer doesn't have one in the deck. I would run the tweeters on their own channels since you have a 4 channel to run them.
  8. I use whatever I have on hand. Mostly window cleaner. I'm sure alcohol is much better though. I'm sure it'll stick good no matter what you use, as long as it's clean.
  9. Get rid of the kicker stuff. We sell kicker at the shop I work at and they are great for the average consumer but you are beyond that level.
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