Looking to feed each door 150 watts in my 2500HD
I don't have the 4runner with the 18 anymore, I'm actually back to stock! It's got a stock Bose system running off my Kenwood DNX8120 in dash unit. The Bose speakers are not working well with the OnStar adaptor, lots of crackling and popping and we've traced down every ****ing loose end that could possibly ground out.
So we're gonna bypass the Bose bullshit and put some nice components in each door. I'd like to spend no more than 300 per pair of components. I already have a JL 300/4 which will power the front pair, I'll be purchasing a matching 300/4 shortly to power the rears.
In my truck, the stock tweeters are mounted in the A pillars above the dash. So I need something that will fit in there. And the doors each take a 6 3/4" speaker according to Crutchfield. I haven't even tore into the truck at all yet so I don't even know the speaker dimensions! So weird compared to how well i've known the inner workings of all my other vehicles.
Eventually there will be 2-4 large 12" subs in a center console set up that will run from the back firewall to the dash. It's a 5 seat crew cab so i'll have plenty of room. I have one Orion 2500D ready to go and will be purchasing another one to double the power. The subs will be loud, and I'd like to install some components that can rise above the bass the 1st time instead of having to re-install louder equipment later down the road.
So what's good these days? I've been out of the audio scene for a minute now and I don't even know anymore! Please recommend a set of 6 3/4" component speakers that will take 150 watts RMS all day long while being LOUD and clear. I don't care about sound staging, it just needs to let the vocals and instrumentals be heard above all the bass. $300 per component set max please.
Headunit- Kenwood DNX-8120
Sub Amp- Orion HCCA-D5000 at .7 ohms
Sub- Orion HCCA 12.2
Component Amp- JL Audio 300/4
Components- 4 Image Dynamic CTX65CS
Wiring- All Stinger HPM Series, Big 3
Enclosure- 3.2 cubes @ 28hz
Batteries- Dual XS Power D3400's
Alternator- Mechman 250a E-Series
References- Digital B, mtdewelf, SBLAZER, tuckerbucket, GaresTaylan, basebalz13