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  • Eclipse

    6 37.50%
  • Volfenhag

    0 0%
  • Xplod

    0 0%
  • Rockford Fosgate

    6 37.50%
  • Infinity

    8 50.00%
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    Icon14 quality system

    I'm looking for a new system. It doesn't matter in price but I want very high quality .
    Preferably not overr 2,000 dollars. Thanx. Peace out. :p







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    You can get high quality for less than $2,000. But to get VERY high quality as you stated its going to be more. Unless you buy used.

    The head unit doesn't matter, as long as it gives you the features you need such as the number of preouts and voltage.
    Look at MB Quart QSD's, Oz Audio CS-385's, DynAudio 360's or Focal Utopia component speakers.
    Adire Brahma subs.
    Precision Power, McIntosh or Phoenix Gold amps. Amp for components being 125w x 2 or bigger.
    Audio Control 31 band EQ.
    Optima battery and high output alternator upgrade (120 amperes or above).
    Two 1 Farad capacitors for sub amp, .05 Farad capacitor for other amp.
    No rear fill.

    I'm sure others can throw some more names in there for the VERY high quality system.

    Then there's HIGH quality.

    Infinity Perfect component speakers.
    Precision Power/Phoenix Gold 80w x 2 and above amp.
    Two Infinity Perfect 12" subs.
    Precison Power/Phoenix Gold 500w x 1 and above amp.
    Still no rear fill.



    I'm never wrong, EVER! Just ask me.

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