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    What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    I have a Discuss 4125 4 channel, RMS power @ 4 Ohms: 125W x 4. Got an explorer that the fronts are already modded for 6.5" up front in the doors. I have some RF punch components but I need something to handle the power better so thinking of changing it up. Been powering two sets of components 1 up front 1 in the rear but want to just run the rears off the head unit and use the 4 channel for front stage. Thought about glassin the A pillars and fitting another set of 5.25" components up there but I'm trying to keep the price down a bit, also thought about getting a little 4" and putting that somewhere. Could also try to make some kicks. I'm really not sure what to do, just looking for some ideas. Dont want to go into glassin the doors. Here is a pic of what they look like. Don't have much room.




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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    This is just another opinion, so take it as you will.

    8s in the doors and a good 3 or 4" component set in the kicks.




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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

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    This is just another opinion, so take it as you will.

    8s in the doors and a good 3 or 4" component set in the kicks.
    any recommendations on what 8s.



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Not off hand. Look for something that does well IB.




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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Hmm, ok. Also not really looking to be the most SQ orientated...mostly just get loud to keep up with the three 18's thats why I was thinking of going with the RF power series cuz I heard they get pretty bright and loud.



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    dash/pillar might be better. It is all about taste.




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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

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    dash/pillar might be better. It is all about taste.
    Yea I know, thats why I mentioned that I mean if I can get good SQ and get loud that'd be nice but mainly looking for loudness.



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Ive seen plenty of sq setups with drivers there.. With processing anything is possible. Not like it has to stage well to sound good anyway.




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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Yea true, well thanks for giving me some more opinions



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Anyone else?



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

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    Hmm, ok. Also not really looking to be the most SQ orientated...mostly just get loud to keep up with the three 18's thats why I was thinking of going with the RF power series cuz I heard they get pretty bright and loud.
    x2 on the Rockford Power series. I used to run some of there old school mids and tweeters and actually still have the tweeters and they will take the power and get super loud



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

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    x2 on the Rockford Power series. I used to run some of there old school mids and tweeters and actually still have the tweeters and they will take the power and get super loud
    Cool I think I'd like them, I was also thinking about trying horns but I don't have an EQ and look like they need some work to make right. So a set of 6.5" power components in the door for channels 1 and 2 then what for 3 and 4? I cant go active with my alpine so I'm wanting some other speakers for the other two channels.



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Might go with two st350 super tweeters in each door with the RF 6.5" mid. How much modding to my doors would have to be done to get them to fit. I guess they are like 3.86 deep where my RF mids are just a little over 2" so that could be a problem.



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    Re: What type of front stage should I get to go with 4 channel 125x4

    Pic with 3 places for options. Only want to run 2 though in each. And I don't really even know how I would do the one on the bottom, but would have to try to come up with something to mod it.



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