Hey guys,.. not sure what happened to my first thread.
Anyhow,.. I bought a 2008 350z with the Base clarion speakers in it.. (really bad speakers).. Headunit -- Pioneer AVH-P4100DVD, double din, touch screen. (I replaced the tt's in the link with xx's.. )
So.. have good head unit installed ready to go.
I also have A pair of MB-Quart-QM-160-KX-70watt-6.5 inch coaxials.. If they will fit.
The 350z has it's own components, with the tweeter up high by the window. Given I already have these Mb Quarts,.. will they sound good even if they are down low without a separate tweeter up high?
If I can use the front speakers I have,.. and I know I can use the installed Pioneer headunit -- Then that helps the budget.
I'm looking for a good budget system with high Sound Quality.. but I do NOT need car rattling bass. One 8" sub will do just fine, but will go 10 inch as well. (IE: I'd be happy with the sound of the Monsoon premium OEM system in Solstices).
Think I could get this goal done for $350-$500?
I am going to bring it somewhere for install,.. If I had just front door speakers to install, an amp , and an 8 inch sub to install.. what am I probably going to pay for installation?
If installation costs are crazy high, would I be better off just buying the fronts, sub, and amp at a local shop where they would install it free?
So, given my budget of $350-500 or so... what do you think I should go for?
I'm open minded to anything that'l do the job.
I'm open to buying everything used/second hand.
I was thinking if these MB Quarts can be used, then I need an amp that will push 70-75watts x 2 for the MB Quart coaxials,.. and the same amp (or a secondary one) for the single sub.. either an 8" or 10" sub -- just whatever you guys recommend for my needs. I listen to Rock, Alternative,.. no country, no rap really.. So it's more Rock type of bass patterns.
If there is just NO way to get this done without ME installing it all.. then spell it out what I need to do it myself,.. But if I can pay someone $100 to install it.. I'll do that all day long!
Thanks so much!