I'm planning on upgrading my front and rear speakers and I don't know which I should get. Alpine Type S/Type R (50wrms) comps or Boston Acoustics Pro60 (125wrms).
Should I get the Bostons for the fronts and the Type S coaxils for the rears? I would be giving the Bostons at least 100wrms and the Alpine's 50wrms, and I don't really want to run the rears off the HU. So finding a 4 channel amp that will give the Bostons 100wrms and the Alpines 50wrms will be hard, if there is such a thing. Unless I give the rears 100wrms but keeping the gains/volume down. Unless they can take more than 50wrms.
Or should I get the Type R comps for the front and Type S coaxils for the rears, and just give each pair 50wrms? Or get both Type S and Type R's for the front/rear. I don't really know what the difference is between the 2, besides Type R being an upgrade from Type S, but sound-wise.
I think the second option would be the easiest to get a matching 4-channel amp for, but I just need something that sounds good. Nice midbass and nice highs. My current speakers if you listen to rock and turn the volume up to a certain point (in order to hear everything good) the guitar and vocals get real loud that it's hard to listen to without getting your ears hurting. So I wanna get something with great SQ and the highs aren't pericing your ears. If they both produce great sound either way I'll just go with the second option.
Anyone have any feedback?