I'm trying to give myself an excuse to fiberglass something on my truck, as I want to learn to do that and have been want'in to learn for a while..
This is what my doors look like. I have cleaned them since this photo was taken, these pics are from when I got the truck.
I'm thinking of doing two sets of two way 6.5 components in each door, for a total of 4 midbasses, 4 tweeters.
I'm not sure where I will put them, I don't want to utilize the oem location.
As for what component sets I will use, I'm not sure. I'm leaning towards PGs RSd 6.5s.
However what I don't understand is how to set it up. I'm pretty sure I need a 4 channel amp, but after that I don't understand.
I don't understand how I'd wire each door to get a certain ohm load, or is this possible at all?
I'm going to read up on fiberglassforums I think it is..
its just the speaker wiring and stuff that confuses me. I know some amps say stuff like 65W @ 4 ohm and 80W @ 2 ohm... would it be possible to wire each side to a lower ohm like you can with subs, so I can get more out of an amp??
I've never used anything more than my oem speakers in my doors in my old car and aftermarket 6x9s in the back.
I'd search but I don't really know exactly what to search for..