View Full Version : Components...>175

07-15-2013, 08:33 PM
Ill be running a ppi 900.4 amp with my next component speakers. I currently have some older alpine type r comps. Im looking at the the following three.

JBL P660c
Image Dynamics CTX-6.5cs
Massive Audio CK6V

I will be running passive. Doors have been deadened.

Been out of the audio game so any help would be appreciated.

07-16-2013, 10:10 AM
Did you mean to indicate less than 175?

07-16-2013, 11:24 AM
Yes sorry. Less than 175. I listen to classic rock, metal, rap and country. Some regae.

07-16-2013, 11:54 AM
CK6V is discontinued and unavailable unless someone's selling a used set. The current model is CK6X, and you want that over the V. I would not put the P660C set on a P900.4. It can be done, but at greater risk of causing damage from too much power. No opinion on the ID set.

Do you plan to use a subwoofer as well?

07-16-2013, 02:00 PM
Yes I plan on getting a SA-8. I dont need super, look at me, loudness. SQ is my goal with a little extra bump to feel it.

07-16-2013, 03:48 PM
Do you already have the P900.4 or is that a future purchase?

07-16-2013, 05:14 PM
Future purchase. I have an old alpine 2ch amp i was going to run for just now. 50x2

07-16-2013, 05:50 PM
On your list I can get you the P660C set or the replacement to the CK6V set, CK6X. If the budget could go up a bit the CDT CL-61 (http://cdtdealer.com/easy-way-electronics/cl_series/cl61.htm) set comes into play.

Your amp is fine for the front speakers. When you're ready to upgrade I have PPI amps in stock, including the P900.4.

07-16-2013, 07:28 PM
I found the MS-62c for 214 free shipping. Still a little out of my range

07-16-2013, 07:32 PM
I found the MS-62c for 214 free shipping. Still a little out of my range

There's always something a little bit out of a given price range that's better. The service you get from the source you buy from is important to consider as well.

07-19-2013, 11:12 AM
Well I decided that to spend a little more funds. Buying the MS-62C today. So now my dilema is an amp. I will be getting a SA-8 for my sub in a few weeks. Trying to decide to get a 4ch amp and bridge two channels to run the sub. But my understanding is that the sa-8 loves the power. Still on a budget so would a ppi 900.4 be suitable or should I run a 2ch amp for the fronts and mono amp for the sundown?

07-19-2013, 11:35 AM
You have to have a 4 ohm load to bridge the rear channels of most 4 channel amps, including the P900.4. This means you need the dual 2 ohm version of the SA-8 V2. If you got the dual 4 ohm version you could get a pair of PPI iON amps and come out at about $250 together. You'd get 650W for the sub instead of 450W. I always prefer to run extra power to a sub rather than less than RMS.

As an aside, I could make a killer bundle on the amps and the speakers and it would all ship today.

07-20-2013, 10:30 AM
It probably depends on the sensitivity of subwoofer and your needs. I have been happy with PPI P900.4 bridged powering a 12 inch sub in a sealed box. Most of the time, the amp probably never broke a sweat because I hardly ever listen rap or say other synthetic bass music, and when I do I still thought I had enough bass. Maybe you should get the mono P1000.1 if you want to get the most SPL out of your subwoofer.

07-20-2013, 05:48 PM
I want sq. Ive had loud subs, time for some sq. Ms-62 and 900.4 looks to be in the books