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Hey All.

 

What do you think is the best head unit that would provide the most power to two Pioneer TS-W257's in your opinion? I just purchased a Pioneer DEHP4900MP deck and the guy from Elite said it would be prime. Any suggestions?


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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anything by dual or pyle.

 

you are giong to want something with really low pre-out voltage, too many volts can damage your stuff.

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The pioneer you have posted about will be a good choice.


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Yeah because I was running two 10" PB subs off a Panasonic CQC3303U deck for almost a year and it wasn't hitting at all. My new deck has an option to have the subs hit in reverse..? I'm not too sure what the purpose of that is.


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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Yeah because I was running two 10" PB subs off a Panasonic CQC3303U deck for almost a year and it wasn't hitting at all.

 

:eek: You serious??

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WTF you can't possibly be serious.


Subs: 2 RE Audio SE 12's:yumyum:

Amp: MTX TA7801 @ 1 ohm

HU: Alpine CDA-9884

Fronts: Digital Designs DDCX 6x9's

Rears: Kenwood KFC-C1739's

Dash Tweets: 1/2'' Kicker KS13s

Vehicle: Silver 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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It was hitting, but I don't think to its full potential. I mean, maybe if I rewired some shit it could have been better but I'm not too sure how I could improve it. If I'm looking for maximum sound and performance, which way should I face my box?


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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Hey All.

 

What do you think is the best head unit that would provide the most power to two Pioneer TS-W257's in your opinion? I just purchased a Pioneer DEHP4900MP deck and the guy from Elite said it would be prime. Any suggestions?

 

You bought a deck and now you are asking which one is best? Lol.


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This is definitely a joke.

 

 

 

Has to be.


Subs: 2 RE Audio SE 12's:yumyum:

Amp: MTX TA7801 @ 1 ohm

HU: Alpine CDA-9884

Fronts: Digital Designs DDCX 6x9's

Rears: Kenwood KFC-C1739's

Dash Tweets: 1/2'' Kicker KS13s

Vehicle: Silver 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I obviously had an amp. haha. I had a Ample EX760. It was terrible. And yeah I purchased it. But its all unopened and shit so I can bring it back. I just got it two days ago. But yeah.


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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It was terrible? What do you base that on if you only had it for two days? But running subs off your deck is better? I'm missing something

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It was terrible? What do you base that on if you only had it for two days? But running subs off your deck is better? I'm missing something

 

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Ok let me set this straight haha. I had two powerbass 10's powered by the ample ex760 for almost a year with my Panasonic 3303U deck. I just bought a DEHP4900MP two days ago but haven't set it up yet because I just got a new car. Along with the new deck, I bought the TSW257D's and am putting them in my old box.


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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so use your new decka nd buy a new amp


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Haha yeah. I did get a new amp, Kenwood KAC8103D.


Deck: Pioneer DEHP4900MP

Front: Powerbass L-652's

Rear: Powerbass L-693's

Amp: Kenwood KAC8103D

Subs: 2 Powerbass S10D's

Capacitor: Powerbass ACP 1.2

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I'm going to go out on a limb and say your amp is more important than your head unit when it comes to "how hard your subs are hitting"

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I'm going to go out on a limb and say your amp is more important than your head unit when it comes to "how hard your subs are hitting"

 

you gtfo off your limb!

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