03-08-2017 05:38 AM
03-08-2017 08:37 AM
03-08-2017 09:35 AM
I am going to use Alpine - 6-1/2" Components Model Number: SPR-60C for the front and Alpine - Type-R 6-1/2" Model Number: SPR-60 for the rear. Im using a LOC AudioControl LC7i.
For the amp I am going to use Rockville RXH-F5 3200 Watt Peak/1600w RMS 5 Channel. (Info from website)
CEA Compliant Power Ratings: 4 Ohms: 550 Watts (4 x 50 Watts + 1 x 350) at 4 ohms and 1% THD+N
2 Ohms: 800 Watts (4 x 75 Watts + 1 x 500) at 2 ohms and 1% THD+N
RMS Power Ratings 4 Ohms: 1100 Watts (4 x 100 watts + 1 x 700 Watts)
2 Ohms: 1600 Watts (4 x 150 watts + 1 x 1,000 Watts)
Im also going to be using a Kicker - CompR 12" Dual-Voice-Coil 2-Ohm Subwoofer Model: 43VCWR122. 500 RMS. Peak Power Handling 1000 watts.
Would I be underpowering the speakers with this amp if I use the factory wiring or would I be fine with the Best Buy Tech using 9 conductor speedwire ?
03-08-2017 02:08 PM
03-08-2017 11:40 PM
03-09-2017 10:07 AM
I would probably recommend running the component tweeter up to those locations that way there aren't any permanent modifications to fit those tweeters in the door (drilled in). The choice is again yours, but I personally try to go for aftermarket sound with the factory look, afterall you did buy the car because you like the way it looks, why sacrafice the look for sound when you have locations that can hide them.
If you do not mind the look of a tweeter drilled in, (some people do not care) then yes you will get a bit more sound by adding the tweeters into the door (drilled in) and putting 3.5 dash speakers in the factory locations on the top deck.
Another great option to add a little more sound is a "foam padded" insert that goes behind the speakers. They basically create an enclosure for the speakers just like a subwoofer in a box. we do not carry them on best buy.com so i cannot post it here, but just take a look online.
03-09-2017 11:50 PM
03-10-2017 07:24 AM