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bamaboy
09-21-2006, 05:00 PM
i dont know what i want to do yet, but i do have a little to decide

should i run a set of components up front and in the back and bridge them on my 8002(400x2 @2ohms)
this is how i have my stock speakers setup like now
maybe 2 sets of the crystals SSc comps, or what are some others that get pretty loud and can take 150-200rms per side, and stay on the cheaper side, i dont mind them to be harsh really, just as long as i can hear the words when playing bass
so crystal SSC comps
polk mmc6500
diamond D6
kicker RS or KS 6.5s
**what else**


or im thinking of just running a set of nicer speakers up front, i liked my pros when i had them on my blazer, got loud

boston pro 60s
boston Z's
Kicker SS
Focal ployglass
**what else?**

i dont have stuff to run active nor the money for another amp, so unless i can buy a crossover for them i dont want to buy seperate pieces

i just want it loud, im not worried about bringing the sound stage back or anything like that, im thinking the 2 sets are going to be louder

so any info and what would reccommend for speakers for which one you pick

alphakenny1
09-21-2006, 05:24 PM
i don't think you meant bridged, i think you meant run the speakers in parallel. correct me if i'm wrong.

Also, rear speakers FTL. that's my opinion ;).

bamaboy
09-21-2006, 05:48 PM
i don't think you meant bridged, i think you meant run the speakers in parallel. correct me if i'm wrong.

Also, rear speakers FTL. that's my opinion ;).

well bridge both front and back right to run side: what ever you understand:p:

jacka
09-21-2006, 07:12 PM
sscs6 in the front off the 8002! do ittt