Is Pioneer GM-D9705 enough for this setup?


MenDo

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I Purchased the following parts to put it in Mitsubishi eclipse cross:
2x Pioneer TS-Z65CH 6.5” 2-Way Component System for front doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
2X Pioneer TS-Z65F 6.5” 2-Way Coaxial System for rear doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
1x Pioneer TS-Z10LS4 10"Single 4 ohms Voice Coil Sub-woofer (4 ohms - RMS 400W)
I thinking about buying Pioneer GM-D9705 Class-D 5-Channel Amplifier with the following specs at 4 ohms:
- 75W x 4 (Main channel)
- 350W x 1 (Sub-woofer channel)
Is this amplifier have the capability to run my setup perfectly? as the speakers needs 110w but the amp provides 75? or getting 4 channels amp (100W per channel) & mono amp?
 
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Bobbytwonames

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Separate amps would be preferable, but you should be alright. Alot depends on your goals for the system.
 

Squirrel!

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Separate amps would be preferable, but you should be alright. Alot depends on your goals for the system.
As I run a 9705, the "preferable" comment is baloney. Separates wouldn't change a thing, all wattage being equal.

I run this amp with Infinity components, Infinity coaxial, and a Dayton dual VC sub set for 2 ohms. Let me put it this way. I do not want for more volume or better clarity. This is in a 2012 Escape. This amp is 'perfection'.
 

Bobbytwonames

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As I run a 9705, the "preferable" comment is baloney. Separates wouldn't change a thing, all wattage being equal.

I run this amp with Infinity components, Infinity coaxial, and a Dayton dual VC sub set for 2 ohms. Let me put it this way. I do not want for more volume or better clarity. This is in a 2012 Escape. This amp is 'perfection'.
He could throw more watts to the sub. Easy Squirrel. It's not that big of a deal. And, it's bologna, btw!
 

Squirrel!

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He could throw more watts to the sub. Easy Squirrel. It's not that big of a deal. And, it's bologna, btw!
Calm down Bobby...I am allowed to disagree with you. And yes, if he wanted/needed more wattage but what did I state? "All wattage being equal". ;)
 

BCotrell

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I Purchased the following parts to put it in Mitsubishi eclipse cross:
2x Pioneer TS-Z65CH 6.5” 2-Way Component System for front doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
2X Pioneer TS-Z65F 6.5” 2-Way Coaxial System for rear doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
1x Pioneer TS-Z10LS4 10"Single 4 ohms Voice Coil Sub-woofer (4 ohms - RMS 400W)
I thinking about buying Pioneer GM-D9705 Class-D 5-Channel Amplifier with the following specs at 4 ohms:
- 75W x 4 (Main channel)
- 350W x 1 (Sub-woofer channel)
Is this amplifier have the capability to run my setup perfectly? as the speakers needs 110w but the amp provides 75? or getting 4 channels amp (100W per channel) & mono amp?
I think the front four channels dyno at Closer To 95 per channel... you’re good.

for the sub you’re talking 50 watts difference echo has will result in an insignificant db difference.

if you can return that sub it may make sense to get a sub that you can wire to a final 2 ohm load.
 
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ThxOne

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I Purchased the following parts to put it in Mitsubishi eclipse cross:
2x Pioneer TS-Z65CH 6.5” 2-Way Component System for front doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
2X Pioneer TS-Z65F 6.5” 2-Way Coaxial System for rear doors (4 ohms - RMS 110W)
1x Pioneer TS-Z10LS4 10"Single 4 ohms Voice Coil Sub-woofer (4 ohms - RMS 400W)
I thinking about buying Pioneer GM-D9705 Class-D 5-Channel Amplifier with the following specs at 4 ohms:
- 75W x 4 (Main channel)
- 350W x 1 (Sub-woofer channel)
Is this amplifier have the capability to run my setup perfectly? as the speakers needs 110w but the amp provides 75? or getting 4 channels amp (100W per channel) & mono amp?
My 2¢ - I ran a Kicker Impulse IX405D amp on 2 pairs of Kenwood eXcelon dual mag components (front/rear) and a pair of Kicker comp 10's back in the early 2000's and it was more than enough. Your speakers say 110w RMS but they will easily make music on 30w RMS. That amp will do the job. It will not get as loud as it could potentially get with amps closer to the rms of the speakers but the difference will be marginal. Noticeable but marginal.
 

Bobbytwonames

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Calm down Bobby...I am allowed to disagree with you. And yes, if he wanted/needed more wattage but what did I state? "All wattage being equal". ;)
Calm down? Did you really think I was mad? He asked if the amp would work and I said yes. He asked if two separate amps would be better and I said yes. I agree with returning the sub and getting a single 10" or 12" DVC4 ohm sub.
 

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