Re: Please help me find a set of 4x6's and 5.25's to match...
Generally, it's better to use a component speaker in the front and keep it simple with coaxials in the rear. Some people skip the rear speakers, especially if they're small. On MB Quart specifically, there aren't many people on here using those speakers. Plus if you get a reply about them you have to remember we all have our own preferences, and some people do prefer an aluminum tweeter to a silk tweeter, like I do.
For a different brand suggestion, I strongly recommend you consider JBL. It will cost you more than going with MB Quart, but they're a really strong option for a good value, especially the GTO EZ amplifiers and GTO speakers and subs.
If you use efficient amplifiers, optimize all parts of your electrical connections(Big 3 is a necessity), and don't try to go big on the subwoofer amplifier you can run more than 1,000W RMS on a healthy 90a alternator. My car has a 90a alternator and if I add up all my amplifier channels, taking the different impedances into consideration, I'm at 1350W RMS. This is ignoring the load presented by my MS-8 processor with 2 of the 8 amplifier channels put to use for my rear speakers. Half of this is dedicated to the speakers, the other half is for a single subwoofer. It's all in the way you set it up, the music you listen to and how much you want the bass to overpower the rest.
Originally Posted by SHMaRiM
I'm not trying to convince you to buy more power, I'm just telling you what can be done with a small alternator.
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