I just wanted to get an opinion from some of you car audio guys (hopefully Zane too!). Every year our school has this contest around March called Battle of the Boom and everyone that wants takes their car into the quad area and shows off their stereo to everyone. I could not drive last year but now this year I can drive and I'm getting subs and components installed within one week and I wanted to know if I am doing the right thing.
So far as judges go all it really is is just some teachers and some students that volunteer to be judges... And so far as being far... it could be merely a popularity contest in which case I would probably lose automatically <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> . However, if it is fair can some of you guys tell me if I would have a fighting chance with this simple configuration:
Vehicle:<br />1999 Dodge Ram Sport Extended Cab<br />Subs:<br />2 Infinity Kappa Perfect 10"<br />Components:<br />Infinity Kappa Perfect 6.1<br />(2 Tweeters)<br />(2 Mids)<br />Amps:<br />(For Subs) Rockford-Fosgate BD1000.1<br />(For Components) Rockford-Fosgate Punch 200.4
I figure they do have a lot of power and if they judge on Sound Quality I oughta win no problem however they will most likely judge on SPL. Most of the people at our school are JL Audio fans. I have heard that Infinity's go lower than JL's and I know for a fact that the W3's have an RMS of 250 and the perfects have an RMS of 350 as well as an impressive 1,400 Peak Watts. I am semi-friends with last years winner and I know that he has 4 JL W3 12s in a Chevy Tahoe with an unknown amp. This kind of boils down to an Infinity Vs. JL Audio overall. I am just looking for opinions to gather but if I can manage to win this contest I'll probably cry! <img src="biggrin.gif" border="0"> Thanks very much to all that respond!!!