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    building 71 mustang need help figuring out what system to put in

    Hi im Dillon, im new to this site and i need some help/advice with what would be the best system to put in my car. i found a site onlinecarstereo.com they have alot of good stuff (i believe). i like the boss brand they have, and have picked out some of their products. such as 900w 6"x9" speakers. 450w 6.5" speakers. 2400w 4-channel amp. 1800w 12" amp. 500w 5" tweeters. and a 60wx4channel reciever. i need help figuring out what amp will work best with the amount of watts the subs and speakers need or how many amps at what wattage i will need. and what all do i need to have a complete system. capacitor? distrubition block? crossover? equalizer? what wires do i need? etc.. what brand do you recommend? i want the all around loud yet cheap system. thanks for taking the time to read







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    Re: building 71 mustang need help figuring out what system to put in

    Boss doesn't really make good products... they work. But, they aren't good. Unless you mean Bose. That's different. Their products are good, but over priced. I have no idea where you're bringing up these ridiculous numbers.
    I don't know of any 6"x9" full range driver that can take 900w-RMS. I don't even know that many 6"x9" subs that can take 900W RMS. And 5" tweeters?! That's... ridiculous.

    If you want the best bang for your buck, and still have a lot of space left, I'd say go with some Phoenix Gold RSD's, powered by a 100w RMS x 2 @ 4-ohm amp. There's so many of them. Then, I'd get 2 E8's (Sundown, 8" subwoofers) in a 1.25 cubic foot box tuned to 32 hertz, powered by a Sundown SAZ1000D (If you care about name, other wise any other amp that can do 1K @ 2 ohms, or 1K @ 1 ohm.) Then, I'd just get a budget Head Unit. Such as a Pioneer, or something like the sort.

    But, I mean, we can't help unless you give us an amount you want to spend.



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    Re: building 71 mustang need help figuring out what system to put in

    based on the info idskot has told me i looked for the things he suggested but had trouble with finding a amp. if someone could tell me some facts on amps an how they work would be great.

    here are the things i found will they work with eachother and will they be loud? i dont know how to get the pictures to work. sorry. but these items are on onlinecarstereo.com


    Phoenix Gold RSd6
    6" 2-Way 100W Car Speakers



    50w rms 100w peak Our Price: $65.00



    Phoenix Gold RSd690
    6"x 9" 2-Way 160W Car Speakers




    80w rms 160w peak Our Price: $78.00


    Phoenix Gold Xenon X10D2
    10" 800W Dual 2-Ohm Subwoofer

    450w rms Sale Price: $129.00



    Crunch P5000.5
    1000W 5-Channel Powerzone Series Car Amplifier




    Our Price: $149.00


    RMS Power Range : 125-200 Watts
    Number Of Channels: 5
    Maximum Power: 5000 Watts
    Built In Crossovers: Yes
    Channel Separation: Yes

    Features
    3/5 Channel operation
    RMS @ 2-Ohms 5-Channel Mode: 125W x 4-Ch + 200W x 1-Ch
    RMS @ 4-Ohms: 60W x 4-Ch + 120W x 1-Ch Dynamic Music Watts
    RMS @ 4-Ohms 3-Channel Mode: 200W x 2-Ch + 200W x 1-Ch Dynamic Music Watts
    Bridgeable amplifier topography
    MOSFET outputs
    Illuminated Crunch logo
    PWM digital power supply
    Fully adjustable crossovers, Hi-Pass, Low-Pass, Bass boost /EQ and subsonic filter
    Remote bass conrol included
    Silver RCA line inputs & outputs - permit amplifier daisy-chaining
    Silver power connections



    Dual XDMR7700
    In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA Receiver


    Our Price: $115.00




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