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I have been doing retail for 18 Years now i set up a site for our company to make extra money off internet sales. What we do is sell a memberships for less then $20. Then we let the customer order his system for his car at our dealer pricing. It saves the customer a bundle and we are reaching out to customers we normally would never have. I just wanted opionions on this do you think it will work? Is it a good idea?
im just going to list what i have, and you guys can leave any comments, suggestions, tips etc u want.
i have a 04 dodge ram 1500, now for audio stuff....i have all new speakers n tweeters, a kenwood KDC-MP342U headunit, Kenwood KAC-8105D 1000w amp, 1 alpine type r 10", and a ported box.
alright, now i like what i have, but i have always wanted a system that would rattle my truck and be loud enough to make other cars around me shake a bit lol. but i know that cant happen with what i have. i have read a lot that the sub i have needs a lot of power, but it seems to not be getting enoigh still. i dont have much room in my truck, but i want to get another type r 10 so i have 2, and get a bigger box for them. do you think this will help improve the sound of my system. oh and i know i will need a new amp. but thats not a problem right now. thanks for any help
Recently I bought a pair of Polk Audio DXI 460P Speakers for my doors and a pair of Kenwood KFC-6993PS speakers for my back. The door speakers can handle 50 Watts RMS and the back speakers can handle 120 Watts RMS. I am looking for an Amplifier to power them.
I have come up with a few different Amps that I am considering.
1. (My first choice) An MB Quart Discus amp that is going for 83.47 on Amazon.
Amazon.com: MB Quart Discus DSC450 200 Watt A/B Class 4-Channel…
I have heard MB Quart makes good Amplifiers and this seems to suit my needs, but I have also heard some bad things about Mb Quart as well.
2. A Refurbished Rockford Fosgate R300-4 that is going for 114.95. It can produce 50 watts RMS to four channels at 4 ohms.
Amazon.com: Rockford Fosgate Prime R300-4 300 Watt Multi Channel Amplifier: Electronics
3. A Kicker 08ZX200.4 amp for 99.99 with free shipping on Crutchfield. It can only produce 35 watts RMS.
Kicker 08ZX200.4 4-channel car amplifier — 35 watts RMS x 4 at Crutchfield.com
4. (My absolute last choice due to price.) An Alpine MRP-F300. It can do 50 watts to all four channels but will also cost me the most money.
Amazon.com: Alpine MRP-F300 - Amplifier - V-Power - 4-channel: Automotive
I am almost broke from this audio adventure and the Amp is the last thing I am buying for now. Out of those can you please tell me which is the best and worth the money?
Hi i was wondering if anyone could help me....
i have a pioneer ts-w308 D4 12" sub runnin at 2 ohms.
My amp at 2 ohms only pushes out 265 wrms and at 1 ohm pushes out 500 wrms
i want to either change the sub to a ts-w308 D2(to run at 1 ohm) or add a 2nd ts-w308 D4(bringing both the subs to 2 ohms then bridging them to run at 1 ohm)
please advise me on which would be a better option and how much louder would it be to run 1 1ohm sub instead of two 2ohm subs..
TS-W308 D4/D2 (450wrms subs)
thnx alot excuse my english and my questions for i am a noob at this:confused: