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    Icon33 Lookin to put together a good SQ system...

    wassup guys? I'm trying to put together a very good sound quality system. I haven't bought anything yet, but I'm planning on goin all Infinity for the speakers, Pioneer for the h/u, and I'm not sure about the amps. If you could give me comments or suggestions that would be appreciated...

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    SUB: KAPPA PERFECT10.1 10"

    FRONTS: KAPPA PERFECT5.1 5-1/4"

    REARS: ?

    SUB AMP: ?

    COMP AMP:?







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    If you want a pure SQ system, you should not have a rear stage. How much are you looking to spend on your amplifiers? Do you have one Perfect 10, or two?




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    I don't have anything yet. I'm planning on getting either 2 Kappa Perfect, or 2 eclipse 10". what would you suggesT?




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    just buy an pg octane, it will give you SQ throughout your car

    its a 5 channel exotic amp, I wouldnt trade it against anything

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    If you have the money, get the Eclipse. If you want to save up for some nice EQ's, and Xovers etc, get the Perfects. Either way, you cannot lose.




    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    Yes, no rear fill. With Infinity Perfects you'd definitely not need it. I know it sounds silly, I thought so too. But I figured these guys have been around so much longer than me, why not give it a try, can always change later. It's a beautiful thing, let me tell you. Not only do the rears not interfere with the sound waves(ripple effect) of the fronts, you can spend your money on a bigger 2 channel amp instead of a 4 channel. Getting you louder, cleaner sound.
    My amps are very good for SQ, the PPI PCX2125 and the PPI PCX1500. They also give you the power to move up at a later date, if you upgrade to something more power hungry. For a cheaper amp setup, I'd personally go JBL. You can run the BP1200.1 to your subs and the P180.2 to your components.
    I also would look at Rockford, Phoenix Gold and Alpine. Find the one that makes you say "hey, that's the one." Right now www.ikesound.com is having a sale on refurbished Infinity amps. Worth a look right?
    Have fun and let us know how it all turns out.



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