Re: two quick questions regarding speakers and power
CDT Audio components can handle a good amount of power, easily over 100W RMS on most models, but this doesn't mean they won't sound good on 50W RMS as well. If you don't care about your sound coming from down by your legs then the coaxials should sound good, too, but the power handling isn't drastically lower.
Have you looked at any specific models of component sets? What year of Tundra do you have? You probably have 2" speakers in the dash, 6x9s in the front doors, and 6.5s in the rear doors. The NS 6902 package might be the perfect foundation for a great sounding system front and rear.
Aside from the sets with a midbass type driver instead of a midrange 6.5" woofer, the HD 6.5" sets are 91+ dB. Plus, there are several 2 Ohm versions of component sets and coaxials available.
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