Re: What do I need to add to my car's electrical for this system?
And all of them should have upgraded alternators but are too cheap to get them.
Originally Posted by zlibby77
An alternator is the most useful upgrade you can do for the car right now. Since you aren't playing with it off much, then the alternator is the best bet.
You could get by without one, though. A second battery will help, as that'll last you through the times when you have it cranked enough to get you to the times when you have it turned down.
If you keep the volume up a lot, the alternator will be the best help.
What car is it? You should contact DC Power for an alternator.
*Alpine CDM-9803 Head Unit <-- New Alpine HU, forgot model #.
*Front Coaxials - Pioneer 6.5" 3-ways. No rears.
*Speaker Amp - Hifonics TXI4408.
*Infinity Perfect 10.1 Subwoofer.
*IB Mounted to dear deck, sealed from cabin.
*6 Gauge wiring, to amp. All 14 gauge wiring for speakers and 12 gauge to sub. Cheap Home Depot RCA's.
HU - $80. Sub - $50. Coaxial's - $20. Wiring - $20. Amplifier - $90.
For under $300, a complete system that sounds rather good for what it is.