I got myself a new car and i am wanting to put together a simple, good sounding system. I want to keep things simple and not get too crazy. The car is a Sonic Rs...its a small car that gets me good mpg on the drive to work.
I listen to lots of rock and roll, some older rap and any thing else that sounds good to my ears. I have had some nice stereos but i am not very up to speed on the new stuff.
I am 100% keeping the factory MyLink deck, but pretty much everything else is getting upgraded.
Here is what i am thinking...
Audio control LC6i to get RCAs and be able to correct the factory loudness...
WoofersEtc.com - LC6i - AudioControl Six Channel Line Output Converter
Alpine PDX-V9...i know the old Alpine stuff was nice, but dont know about the new stuff.
WoofersEtc.com - PDX-V9 - Alpine 5 Channel 900 Watt Digital Amplifier
I just pre-ordered a pair of sundown SD2-8's. They are exactly what i need due to space. I am going to build a small sealed box that will take up minimal space in the hatch for the subs.
I need advice on some good sounding 6 1/2 component speakers. In the past i had some old Boston pro6.5 comps and really liked the sound of the silk tweeters, but i am open to whatever.
So, is the Audio Control unit what i need? Is there a better amp choice? What components do i need?
BTW...I am going to get a decent set of 2ways to put in the rear doors for fill that will run off the 3 and 4 channels.
One of the big things is correcting the factory loudness. That is why i am wanting to run everything thru the convertor and off of a amp.
What am i missing and where am i messing up? Help a guy out!