Hello everyone first post and I figured I would just dive right in so...
Lately I have been slowly building up my Jeep audio for what I would think is a somewhat unique standpoint, that being not having a roof or doors and the listening position being outside of the vehicle.
Currently I have...
1.500 Memphis SR series sub amp
2x Memphis MCR-10d4 Subs
Prefab dual 10" Memphis box (tuned to 38hz, trunk)
4.300 Memphis SR series component amp
2x Memphis 6.5" MC-62 Coaxials (Roof sound bar)
2x Memphis 6.5" MCC-6A Components (Bottom of dash)
2x Memphis 1" MCC-6A Silk dome tweeters (Top of dash)
(It's all Memphis Audio because the shop here in town is a big fan of them, I personally do not have any brand leanings)
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Now the discussion is this.. I want to be +/- 2db accurate at 20ft at 80db minimum.
I already know definitively that I will be using the Pioneer DEX-P99RS head, the other components are still up in the air.
System will need to run a 1.1000 and a 4.1000 minimum for amps for longevity since it is run for HOURS on end not minutes and the amps must be able to keep thermals in check.
So anyone have any ideas?
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Current build is planned roughly along the lines of...
RF T1000-1bdCP (Subs)
RF T1000-4ad (Components)
2x RF T165 (Coaxial, Roof sound bar)
2x RF T165-S (Component, Bottom dash/Top dash)
Sub Bass (Needs to be tuned 25hz w/ 20hz LPF):
I would like to keep the system under $5,000.
I can get a new roof sound bar that holds up to 3x left 6.5" or 6X9" and 3x right 6.5" or 6X9", but I don't necessarily want to. Dash is stuck at a single left and right.
Thanks everyone and hoping for some good suggestions.