Clueless newbie needs your help!


MrsWatts

CarAudio.com Enthusiast
Jun 16, 2020
21
4
La Selva Beach CA
Hi everyone so glad to have found you! I am very much into my music and have a very nice home system. Just bought a 2004 Lexus GS 300 that has the crappiest sounding system I have ever heard so I have purchased all new components for it. I went with an Alpine CDE- 175BT H.U,, an old school A/D/S PQ 10 4 channel amp, a set of A/D/S 300is panel speakers for the rear deck and a pair of JBL GTO 629 6.5 in speakers for the front doors. Nothing has been installed yet and I am hoping and praying everything I have will go well together. I wanted to run the specs by you to see if any problems catch your eye. The amp specs are 35x4 @4ohms, [email protected], [email protected] A/D/S 300is speakers are 4ohm rated 50 watts nominal 100 watts max, amp power 5 watts min 100 watts max. JBL GTO 629 speakers are 3 ohm rated, 225 watt peak power handling 75 watt RMS recommended amp power 5 watts- 200. I do notice one potential problem that being one set of speakers is 4 ohm rated and the other 3 ohm from the info provided do you think this system will work well together? Thank you so much for your help!
 

huberoy123

Member
Nov 6, 2013
339
45
Delaware
Hi everyone so glad to have found you! I am very much into my music and have a very nice home system. Just bought a 2004 Lexus GS 300 that has the crappiest sounding system I have ever heard so I have purchased all new components for it. I went with an Alpine CDE- 175BT H.U,, an old school A/D/S PQ 10 4 channel amp, a set of A/D/S 300is panel speakers for the rear deck and a pair of JBL GTO 629 6.5 in speakers for the front doors. Nothing has been installed yet and I am hoping and praying everything I have will go well together. I wanted to run the specs by you to see if any problems catch your eye. The amp specs are 35x4 @4ohms, [email protected], [email protected] A/D/S 300is speakers are 4ohm rated 50 watts nominal 100 watts max, amp power 5 watts min 100 watts max. JBL GTO 629 speakers are 3 ohm rated, 225 watt peak power handling 75 watt RMS recommended amp power 5 watts- 200. I do notice one potential problem that being one set of speakers is 4 ohm rated and the other 3 ohm from the info provided do you think this system will work well together? Thank you so much for your help!
I don't see a lot of advertisements for home stereo these days. Is it a dying art? What types of components do you have? Just curious, as I still have some components in my house. A response is optional, as you inquired about car stereo.
 
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MrsWatts

MrsWatts

CarAudio.com Enthusiast
Jun 16, 2020
21
4
La Selva Beach CA
I don't see a lot of advertisements for home stereo these days. Is it a dying art? What types of components do you have? Just curious, as I still have some components in my house. A response is optional, as you inquired about car stereo.
No problem would love to talk about it. I have a yamaha pc2002m amp 240 watts, a yamaha c80 pre amp, a sony ta-n9000es dvd, sacd player and some Accoustic Research AR91 speakers
 

huberoy123

Member
Nov 6, 2013
339
45
Delaware
Thank you. You have some serious equipment. I had a friend years ago who had some Yamaha equipment. I was impressed, but couldn't afford it at the time. Thanks again for the information. Happy listening.
 

audiobaun

CarAudio.com Veteran
Jun 28, 2011
10,550
252
USA
Hi everyone so glad to have found you! I am very much into my music and have a very nice home system. Just bought a 2004 Lexus GS 300 that has the crappiest sounding system I have ever heard so I have purchased all new components for it. I went with an Alpine CDE- 175BT H.U,, an old school A/D/S PQ 10 4 channel amp, a set of A/D/S 300is panel speakers for the rear deck and a pair of JBL GTO 629 6.5 in speakers for the front doors. Nothing has been installed yet and I am hoping and praying everything I have will go well together. I wanted to run the specs by you to see if any problems catch your eye. The amp specs are 35x4 @4ohms, [email protected], [email protected] A/D/S 300is speakers are 4ohm rated 50 watts nominal 100 watts max, amp power 5 watts min 100 watts max. JBL GTO 629 speakers are 3 ohm rated, 225 watt peak power handling 75 watt RMS recommended amp power 5 watts- 200. I do notice one potential problem that being one set of speakers is 4 ohm rated and the other 3 ohm from the info provided do you think this system will work well together? Thank you so much for your help!
Should all work just fine together. I would run new speaker wire also
 

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