I need everything. Head unit, speakers, subs, a box, amp, etc. I'm just not sure where to being looking. I like a deep lows and a strong, distinct sound. I just need a general overview of what specifications to look for in each category, power, ohms, rms, price, you know, give me what I need Thanks guys.
We'll need a budget to work with and then we can list you some good choices. If you want good lows, you'll need a Sound Quality sub. They're generally able to have more excursion which is what helps to achieve deeper lows. Cone size and your enclosure also play into how low and loud your sub can get. A custom built enclosure would be important, tuned low. You'd want either an Alpine or Pioneer HU, price range can depend on your budget. One key factor is looking for a HU that has the pre-outs you need and that are 4 volts. Inside speakers depend on your preference. Some people prefer to have a nice front stage and run their sub(s). Other people run front and rear speakers along with their sub(s). If you want high and clear sound inside the car to match the bass from your sub(s) you'd want to invest in a 2 or 4 channel amp for the inside speakers. So just let us know how much you're looking to invest into this and what your goals are for it. As most things in life, you get what you pay for and buying quality products will give you years of listening enjoyment.
I was planning on sticking to a $400 price limit for the whole system, but I understand that car audio can turn into a huge investment. I don't want to get too far off from $400 but at the same time I want it to be a solid system. I'm willing to spend a little extra cash to get long-lasting sound. I want a couple front, and a couple rear speakers and a decent mid to high range to compliment super deep bass for a surround sound effect. I want a loud low range but I don't want the lows to drowned out the rest of the music.
That will be hard on a $400 budget. Alpine type r and a hifonics amp and box and your budget is gone. I suggest saving more, or getting a BF to buy it, then dump him, Yea its a cruel world in SPL. Or post up you local craigslist and I will take a look for you for something decent.
A $400 budget is tight. If you came across a good deal you might be able to land a decent sub and amp. Even then you would still need the wire, and a HU. If a solid system is what you want, for the best prices avaiable, check into Audioque and Fi Car Audio. Both make solid products for a good price, even though its above your $400 budget.
hey kristen, not to pry too much but how old are you...? i only ask because i have a good friend that lives in lakewood and graduated from st. ed's a few years ago and i was just thinking there is a chance you might know him
he seems to know everyone that i meet from lakewood
Kristen welcome to the show. These guys are GREAT help and i assume that they have the ability to answer ANYTHING u may have to ask as well as myself. I myself am in Strongsville. Anything else feel free to ask
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