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    Re-Thinking New System - What to do?

    So I basically upgraded all my current speakers without putting a whole lot of thought into it, now I'd like to re-do it, heres what I'm thinking...

    Current setup consists of:

    3.5" Coax in Dash - - > run off head unit
    6.5" Coax in Front / Rear Doors - - > run off 75 x 4 rms amp

    I have the balance all the way to the front, so the rear coax's really aren't doing anything. I'm thinking of ditching those, and getting a nice quality component set and having the 6.5" in the front door and the tweeters in the dash where the 3.5s are now.

    This way I can also bridge my amp for 150 w x 2.

    Does this make sense, or should I leave it as is?







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    Re: Re-Thinking New System - What to do?

    6.5 components in the front (amped), you can can keep the coax in the rear run off hu power.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonic. View Post
    6.5 components in the front (amped), you can can keep the coax in the rear run off hu power.
    Thanks, I'm not too certain how to wire this on the amp. Bridge each channel and then run the bridged to the crossover for the components? So the front right component set is on one channel and the left on the other?




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    Quote Originally Posted by robb01 View Post
    Thanks, I'm not too certain how to wire this on the amp. Bridge each channel and then run the bridged to the crossover for the components? So the front right component set is on one channel and the left on the other?
    Yep, you got it.




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    Re: Re-Thinking New System - What to do?

    Whats the budget on components?



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    Whats the budget on components?
    ~150-200




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