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Old 04-07-2004, 08:35   #1 (permalink)
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Need some system help

Hey everyone im sorta new to the audio scene and i need some advice on what to get for my EFII. I have a head unit now its a pioneer p4650-mp. Im going to upgrade my front and rear speakers soon and i hear boston have some really good quality but want your opinions. Ill probably later on look at 2 or 1 12" sub and i dont know alot about amps.

Basically i want some pretty good quality so i can really enjoy it but dont want to pay a fortune or enter sound comps . I really like my bass and i listen to a fair bit of rap, dance and ocassionally rock but my mind is always chaging.

So if you can recommend some setups or options i could choose or if there is anything i can tell you that will help you give me a better choice let me know. Oh and maybe if there are some good companys to order off over the net or mail order because in my town there is absolutely no range its either cheap or bloddy expensive. I really dont have a set budget because i will do it all in stages but i dont wanna go overboard, once i have this setup it will probably go to my next car.

Thanx all sorry for long post
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Re: Need some system help

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Setup a nice front stage. Either some splits or some high quality coax speakers. I thinkg 6 inch splits may go nice into a ef front door. Some 6.5 inch high quality speakers in back, just for rear fill sound. Run all these speakers off a amp, atleast 50x4 rms.

Subs. 2 12 inch dvc subs. Wire the lot at 1 ohm with a mono block amp.
May i recomend the Audiopipe 1200w RMS Class D Mono Block Amplifier, and 2 12 inch DVC EYE candy audiopipe subs (600rms Each). This is a quality subwoofer setup, and will impress a lot of people at comps.

You may need a capictor aswell, and mabe a more powerfull battery.

All the above is avaliable from us, if you have any more question, or would like a quote just email me.
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