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    I've got 2 sets of speakers. One set is a pair of Infinity 505cs 5.25" components that run 225W max and 75W RMS. And then I have a set of Infinity 552i 5.25" coaxials that run 135W Max and 45W RMS.<br />IF my Alpine deck runs 60Wx4 does it make a difference in my sound (balanceness) if I run all my speakers off the deck? Would it be better to buy like a 100W amp for the back speakers and then run the fronts off the deck or the other way around? Or finally, would it better soundwise to run all 4 off of an amp? Anyone got an answer to main concern is the balance of sound becuase the 552i's for the rear cant take as much as the 505cs for the fronts.

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    do i or dont i

    feeling it---go with a 4channel amp
    alot of the better built 4channel amps
    has built in crossovers (example kicker
    precision power,rockfordfosgate,etc)
    you can find them on ebay
    system adjustment--just adjust the rear gain on
    your 4channel amp for your 552i lower than
    the front gain for your 505s try to find a
    4channel amp with atleast
    50 watts by 4 into 4ohm stereo

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