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    Component Speaker Help/Recommendations...noob

    I have searched these forums for the last few days and am even more confused with all the selection of components available. I am interested in Sound quality and do not plan on adding a sub later. The head unit is a kenwood ddx812, rear speakers are 6x9 infinity kappas. I had 6.5 kappa components in the front until they blew out due to having the stock radio in for a week after the previous aftermarket unit stopped working. Before I found this site, I ordered Boston Pro60s and a JL Audio 300/4v2. After reading some posts I am wondering if these will work together. I would like a little bass. I have never had an amp so I am not sure if the wattage on that amp is sufficient. Let me know what you guys suggest for components and amps.

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    Re: Component Speaker Help/Recommendations...noob

    They will work fine together. Bridge the 300/4 for 150 each to the BA's and run the rear
    6x9's off the deck power.

    Don't look for bass out of your BA components, in fact use the JL's high pass crossover
    at 80Hz to make sure they do not get bass.

    Add a sub and an amp for some bass, it can be done cheaply.




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