Got everything installed and all I can say is WOW. The JBL's sound AMAZING! I deadened the crap out the doors, sealed up almost all the excess holes in the door and used the foam to seal up gasket. The Midbass is amazing and the tweeters just blow me away. So detailed and crisp yet not harsh. They have 3 settings, 0db, -3db, and -6db. I found for me the best setting is -3db. The BA amp I have the gains set about 1/3 the way up and sends so much clean power. Crystal clear sound and LOUD. The 80PRS is amazing too. The T/A feature really let me get the imaging perfect. Could not be happier. Even the rear fill JBL coaxils sound good. Can't wait to get some subs. That's my next move!
Just wanna say thanks to all the guys who helped me in my decisions as to what to get for the first part of my system. Got it all in today and I'm going to spend the rest of the night installing it most likely won't finish though. Anyhow the vehicle is a 07 Jeep Liberty SUV. My goal was to build a great sq budget system and you guys helped me. Here is what I went with.
HU= Pioneer DEH-80PRS, $335 including wire harness, dash kit, antenna adapter
Front Stage= JBL MS-62C 6.5" comp set, $218.99
Front Stage Amp= Boston Acoustics GT2200, $189 ( 200 X 2 RMS, wanted head room, will be careful on gains)
Rear Fill= JBL GTO628 coaxils ( will run off HU rear channels ) $55
Amp Wire Kit= Belva BAK42 4 gauge kit with rca's, $36.99
I also bought 40 sq ft of NVX sound dampening material to do entire car ( plan on adding subs later so I'm gonna go ahead and do the entire vehicle. I also plan on sealing up the holes in the door and using foam to make a gasket like Trumpet recommended.
I think for just under $1000 this is a pretty good budget system. HU, Comp set, Coaxisl. Amp, amp kit, sound dampening material.
Will let you guys know how it turns out, very excited and thanks so much for the help guys. Will be looking to add subs, amp and box in about a month or so.