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    Bit of help on a new door build

    I'm doing a new build for my doors
    And I'm tossing up between 3 setup but learning toward the first 2

    What I'm looking at is all by Rockford fosgate

    2x t1675 6.75"components @2ohm
    1x pp48 8" midbass
    In each door on a T800.4
    75rms to each t1(150rms per door), and 150 to 8" midbass

    Or
    3x T1675 @1.33ohm per door
    On a t1000.4
    Only using 2ch(others used else where)
    @ 250rms per door 83rms each t1

    Or
    2x t2 6.5" components @2ohm on t1000.4
    250rms per door 125rms each t1







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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    I see 3 setups? Also, have you purchased equipment and/or are you set on buying RF?

    I don't think a 4 channel will like lower than 2 ohms per channel. Is the amp rated for 2 ohms x 4?



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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    why RF junk, much better out there....




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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    the t800.4
    150x4@4ohm
    150x4@2ohm
    200x4@1ohm

    the t1000.4
    250x4@4, 2 and 1ohm

    as for why rf
    1 is warranty, and i can claim local and dont have to ship back to usa (costing more the item itself)
    2 price, when your dropping 120 just to freight 1 set of speakers, you dont want to be shipping $50 ones
    3 price the t1 are on sale for 109us and are 700 over my way

    as for what i have the answer is zero, i have nothing
    im starting from the start with all new equipment,

    and as its in a 4door truck im limited to 0.5gross behind my rear seat for subs
    so idd either get the t800.4 and a t500.1, or just the t1000.4
    and run 2 sealed 8" behind there

    im just trying to get the best front stage i can get as ill have very little bass coming from 2 shallow mount 8" in a tiny box




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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    If you know of something else is the price that will preform better let me now

    My other ride has kicker 1x QS65.2 in all 4 doors active on a zx700.5 and zx650.4 (4door truck)
    And I want it louder an clearer then that
    And that had 2x cvt84 8" and 1x cvt122 12" (8's on zx700.5 and 12 on zx400.1)




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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    So why do you need that much front stage for 2 8" shallow mount subs is my next question? Your mids/highs will easily drown out the subs....

    Buy one good set of 2 or 3way comps and be done with it




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    Re: Bit of help on a new door build

    i like music loud, is one resin
    and im not bulding a stage to keep up with anything
    the front stage will be everything

    the 2 8" are only there to what the front stage can't

    i was even thinking of 2x 10" IB in the front door with the 2 comps
    but the depth is a problem




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