View Full Version : Lol, help

01-10-2012, 03:07 AM
I need something to do a loud but high quality front stage. I am running 2 pairs of tweets, 2 3 or 4" mid ranges, and 2 8" dedicated mid bass drivers in the door. Of course, a massive sub stage.

Mids will be lower in the a pillar, the tweets may/ may not be in the a pillars, and the 8"s will be in the doors.

What I need:

8 channels, 4 sets of outputs for tweet, mid, mid bass, and substage.
Time alignment for each individual for each channel.
Band pass crossovers

What I'd like to also have:

A very nice eq, parametric or graphic with 7+ bands.
Higher voltage output, like 5+, but would really like 7+.

I wonder how I could accomplish this. I'd like it to be all one unit, like a rf 360 or the nice jbl crossover. I have a 9887, but it isn't enough anymore. Thinking about to doing a high quality head unit that's more focused on just producing a nice signal. I was thinking about nakamichi h/u but I need something with an iPod hookup.

01-10-2012, 03:57 AM
No love?

01-10-2012, 07:15 AM
I ran an H701 with the 9887 and it worked really well, gives even more than what you ask except for voltage output, which is something you just want but don't need since your amps should be capable of full output on a 4V signal. The only complaint I have is noise, some H701 are noisy, but they are cheap. I haved tried the new H800 to see if it is quieter.

01-10-2012, 08:19 AM
I would love to try the Alpine audio processors one day, even if it's just to play around with somebody else's equipment. The 360 has a lot of quirks to it that have to be addressed before you could use it unfortunately. I know Fosgate is coming out with the 360.3 in march or april, and that's what I would use. It would be better suited for your application. i have been running the 360.2 for a couple years, so if you have any questions Mr. Buck, just let me know!

01-26-2012, 03:46 AM
I don't understand why you need so much to accomplish that task ...
just saying ...

01-26-2012, 07:37 AM