Complete rookie here but I would like to set up a decent audio system. I am not looking for a head pounding set up requiring to much juice, i would just like to hear crystal clear music, sounding like the way they should..high base if it is required etc...
The vehicle is an LR3 pretty much with a base audio..Which cannot be removed so to enhance my musical experience I have identified the following components:
Rockford Fosgate 3SIXTY.2
interactive signal processor lets you expand and fine-tune any car audio system
2 sets of Polk Audio MMC6500 6-1/2" Component System (Front and rear door speakers)
frequency response: 43-25,000 Hz
power range: 10-125 watts RMS
peak power handling: 250 watts
sensitivity: 90 d
Eclipse XA4000 125W x 4 Car Amp
4-channel car amplifier
125 watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms (175 watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms)
350 watts RMS x 2 bridged output at 4 ohms
ICEpower® full-range Class-D amplifier design
10" subwoofer and 2 x 10" passive radiators with built-in 250W RMS class D amp
I’m concerned about space and sucking the life out of the battery which is pretty much used to power everything (from suspension to just about God knows what). Plus I’ve opted for a powered woofer set up to avoid throwing in an additional amp, and getting a bass box designed..and to save space. I would appreciate any help and advice anyone can give….