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I have 03 Blazer I'm about to start a build on in a couple weeks. It has 6.5s in all four doors and 4x6's in dash (IIRC). I plan on cutting the power to the dash speakers but just leaving them factory. I have decided to go with the Crescendo CZ series for components in the front. Because my budget is a little tight at the moment i can't afford to put a comp set in the rear also so I was wondering can coaxials in the rear will keep up with the comps but not sing over them? I was considering the Crescendo PWX Pro mids but I'm pretty sure those would be a lot louder than the comps. Or should I cut the power to the rear spkrs also and just have comps in the front? Also my mids and highs are being powered by a Clarion XH5410 and my sub stage is 2 Zv3 15s powered by CT1400.1 if any of this helps... Thanks in advance
I drive a 2006 Toyota Corolla ce and currently have alpine type r 6x9s and 6 1/2s as my door speakers connected to the head unit. I am wanting to upgrade but I was wanting to know if focal was worth the price or if there was another brand that could produce the same quality for cheaper or if there is an even better speaker to run my mids and highs. I really love my type r's even though I know they aren't getting proper power but wanted some advice and personal opinions on other brands etc Also I would like to know what a good four channel amp would be to get to power my door speakers Thank you
Hey guys I want to upgrade the Mids and Highs in my car from the current stock ones. I have a Rockford Fosgate P3S Shallow, a Rockford Fosgate P300 amp hooked up to a Alpine CDA-9887R Head Unit. What Mids and Highs would you guys recommend and what amp would you say to go with it?
Hello all! I need to come up with something to put into a 1965 Chevy C10, one of the sick classic looking head units is on it's way, and it's giving me a whopping 150 watts to put out. Now this is where I need some help. I've never designed a mids/highs setup in a car before, and could use some major tips about locations and angle of said speakers, or if just ordering some prefab panels would be the smarter choice. Thanks to everyone that can help me!! I apologize for the lack of photos, i took some of the possible kick panel space, mainly because there is no room behind the seat or under, so it's about all there is left.