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Snowballs rolling. Recent spring cleaning pushed a decision as "what to do with all that gear from way back"? I've got a decent pile of old gear that should be "gud nuff". The old work truck is a 98 GMC 1500 extended cab 4wd.
System will be an old Pioneer DEH-P4000 head unit, an MTX Pro150 (I think) bridged to a single MTX 12". An old (model escapes me) Precision power 4-channel amp. For mids and highs, I've got some A/D/S 300i's 2 rather well enjoyed, and 2 NOS. not sure how practical they will be. Was hoping to mount them on the rear pillars, but it looks like a real PITA to access. Any ideas, or shortcuts?
Also, the "Aux" outputs on the power distribution block of the truck have 30 amp fuses. Will the block support a bigger fuse? How many amps would be safe before overloading the block? I should have all necessary cables and wires, a fused amp distribution block etc. Any suggestions for an easy to access solid ground (rear seat belts or?) Ill be using 4 gauge power and ground to distribution blocks on each.
Ive put a few systems together over the years, but focused on home audio quite a few years ago. Thanks in advance for any ideas or suggestions.