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    Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Hi all, I own a 1994 Honda Accord EX and recently had bestbuy install a set of Pioneer Premier components (TS-D720C), Pioneer Premier 6x9's (TS-D902P), and a Pioneer Premier Head deck (AVIC-F90BT). After the installation, it seems like the front components aren't loud? The center of noise/music seems to be coming from behind me where the 6 X 9's are. Also, I have to turn the radio up and constantly adjust it because the music gets choppy.

    Can anyone tell me what's going on? thanks in advance!







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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    are you using amps or powering them off the deck?

    Those comps can take some serious power and they need to be powered by a amplifier.




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Sounds like another Best Buy fail to me, they might not have everything wired up right



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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    So I should probably go back to bestbuy and ask if I need a separate amp to power the components? I know they are pushing SOMETHING (I can feel the vibrations with my hand), but it just feels like my whole system is coming from the 6 X 9's




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    lol..those comps need at least 60 watts each. I ran those with about 100 watts each.




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    And yes, they are being powered off the deck




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    So your saying I need another amp to make them act like speakers? Haha




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    yes, that is exactly what I am saying. It was pointless to have those if they are only being powered off the head unit.




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Okay, well now my question is, will they be damaged being run off the head deck while I go run to get an amp?




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Not at all^ . Definitely amp those bad boys




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    The only reason I ask is because before I realized I needed an amp, i pumped the heck out of the speakers as a whole, trying to make it louder, and in effect, I actually put a lot of stress on the 6 X 9's for a short period of time. Will they be okay I guess? they seem to be popping and cracking in sound quality now




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    I don't believe the deck power could harm those 6x9's. They are usually built to take some power as well.




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Thanks to everyone here for giving me so much help! Now the question is what kind of amp will I need to power those component speakers and 6 X 9's?

    I already know I'm sticking with the pioneer premier brand, do I need a multi channel amp since I'll eventually get the subs?




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    you really dont need rear speaker, you should take them back to bestbuy look into a sub.
    1-amp for your front speakers
    2-deaden your doors
    3-sub/ decide how much bass you want -spl-sql-sq & your budgetbox
    4-sub amp/box-deadener
    you can look around at other places besides bestbuy,

    http://www.soundsolutionsaudio.com/z...products_id=69

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    learn how to install your own gear, it can fun




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    Re: Problems with Pioneer Premier Components!

    Agree with ditching the rears. Get a nice 4 channel amp, run two stereo channels to the front comps, and bridge the other two channels for a sub.

    Remove the rear speakers altogether to allow the sub to vent into the cabin.

    If space is a concern, take a look at the PRS-D4200F amp, an SFW1051 sub, and a small sealed enclosure.
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