Hey guys i'd like to thank anyone in advance for their help I really appreciate it. Anyways I have plenty of cash and i'm looking to build the best system possible under my circumstances. I drive a 2004 subaru wrx sti so it's not a huge car or a hatchback which limits my space a little. Here's what i was thinking about for my system. I have an apple ipod and i want to integrate it with my head unit.
It's a situation where you'll have to listen to components and choose what you like best. I doubt many people would find that JL is their favorite for every component of their system (just statistics ), there may be other components that you like better. JL isn't bad by any means, I'm just saying to weigh out your options so you don't regret anything later. You can definately afford killer components and subs. As far as the battery, make sure to get an alternator first.
Also what amp do you plan on using for your speaker's?
I am going to use a JL 1000/1 amp for each of my speakers. Yes I did forget the alternator thanks guys The JL 13 W7 is nice too but will 2 of them fit in the back of a subaru? As far as sound proofing goes does anyone have any knowledge regarding http://www.quietcar.net/. Apparently you can soundproof your car more efficiently and much cheaper using some sort of brush-on / spray-on substance. Many thanks for all of your help.
He meant for the component speakers, not the subs. The JL 1000/1 is a mono Class D amp intended for subs. There are many solutions for sound deadening out there, you can search this forum for them. Brown Bread, Edead, Dynamat, etc. The stuff on that website does work, you can also look at this: http://www.coollizard.com Great stuff. Plus, you can layer Dynamat or similar stuff on top of it to get even further sound deadening, as you can with the stuff you listed above.
As the others said you need to get a new alternator and you will also need an amp for your components. Like Robbie said get the Yellow top. I have 4 running 3 U.S. Amps DE-3000 and 2 MB Quart QAA4250 Quad Mono Amps and they work great. Make sure to upgrade your alternator though.