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Hi all,

 

I am very new to car audio for anything and I'm looking for some help with the audio setup in my 04 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.

 

The only thing I know about my current setup is:

1: I have a Pioneer (deh-s5010bt) head.

2: I have the stock speakers.

3: The stock speaker setup includes; 2 tweeters in dash, 2 6"x10" speakers for front doors and 2 6.75" speakers for rear doors.

 

Here is what I'm looking for...

 

I don't want to go full idiot with my system, I just want to be really annoying (depending on who you ask). I chose the head I have, because I like the Pioneer brand and it had the features I wanted. Now I need some help choosing speakers and a sub-woofer for my vehicle.

 

What should I look for in speakers for best performance at full or even half volume? Also I have trouble with hearing multiple sounds, so I love bass. It feels good when I have my bass set to max and the treble set to minimum. I want more of that feeling. And what should I look for in a sub-woofer (to help with that low bass resonance)?

 

Any help for anyone at all would be greatly appreciated...

 

Thanks in advance

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Budget?

 

 

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budget would def help also how much of your rear cargo area are you willing to give up space-wise.


2002 Honda Accord sedan V6 (automatic slushbox)

2 Rockford p3 12s (dual 2 ohm)

Pioneer AVH-2300NEX

2 PPI PC275's running 1 sub each atm, waiting to put the SQ 2200.1 back in and add the PhoenixGold Elite.4 once my electrical is up to snuff

Front stage:PRV Audio 6MB200 6.5 and Massive Audio CT2 tweeters

Rear speakers: stock

I just added 5 SoundQubed stickers, and despite having no equipment upgrades, it added 76 DB!!!

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Hi all,

 

I am very new to car audio for anything and I'm looking for some help with the audio setup in my 04 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.

 

The only thing I know about my current setup is:

1: I have a Pioneer (deh-s5010bt) head.

2: I have the stock speakers.

3: The stock speaker setup includes; 2 tweeters in dash, 2 6"x10" speakers for front doors and 2 6.75" speakers for rear doors.

 

Here is what I'm looking for...

 

I don't want to go full idiot with my system, I just want to be really annoying (depending on who you ask). I chose the head I have, because I like the Pioneer brand and it had the features I wanted. Now I need some help choosing speakers and a sub-woofer for my vehicle.

 

What should I look for in speakers for best performance at full or even half volume? Also I have trouble with hearing multiple sounds, so I love bass. It feels good when I have my bass set to max and the treble set to minimum. I want more of that feeling. And what should I look for in a sub-woofer (to help with that low bass resonance)?

 

Any help for anyone at all would be greatly appreciated...

 

Thanks in advance

 

Mount a couple of address horns on top of your roof.


97 4 dr. Tahoe

Interstate battery

Alpine 9835

Polk Audio MM6501 comps

Soundstream Rubicon 1.2500D & 4.500 amps (New amps coming soon)

2 Sundown Audio X 15's Tuned @ 30Hz.

Knukonceptz/Royal Excelene wiring

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Budget is 400

 

sounds like u just need amp and sub.. i hope your hu that u like has hp filter for mids if so set it at 80hz get sub (if not u need a new hu or get 4 channel amp just power front door speakers and sub with it, that'll eat up at least 1/2 of the $400) u can get speakers later if u think u need them after sub..


KENWOOD X301 HU, PRECISION POWER Phantom 1000, FU 750 12, 2.1cfad ported, soundqubed 6.5" coax/doors, hp & lp xover on hu, AGM starting batt...

Boomin_tahoe said:
2 ohms rule

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