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Need help FAST with the following components. THKS!

 

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Username: Virulentv

Post Number: 2
Registered: 03-2004
hey,i am about to buy the following equipment. with no experience on my back for car audios i want to know if these components will match each other or will i be making a mistake ?!?

Headunit : Kenwood KDC-mp222(200W max, 22.5x4RMS)
Speaker pair: Pioneer TS-A6980R 6x9" 4-way
1 AMP: LEGACY LA490(600 Watt bridged or 300 watts x 2 with built in crossover )
2 SUBS: LWF12 (500 Watt 12" 250RMS each)
1 BANDPASS BOX: Dual 12" with Plexi-View Panel
10 disc SANYO CD CHANGER

plz help me out i am stuck here !!

thanks a lot !
 

Rhythm44
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The 6x9's might be a bit underpowered by the head unit.

The subs are a bit underpowered with that amp.

Do you already have speakers for up front? Using stock speakers up front??

No experience with cd changers, can't tell you if it will work together or not...

If you can get a good deal on that stuff, go for it ^_^.

 

New member
Username: Virulentv

Post Number: 4
Registered: 03-2004
thanks for your reply.
i have the pioneer 6x9's in front of me. the kenwood kdc-mp222 head unit is on the way. i still have to buy the rest of the items. the car is 97 mitsubishi galant. i am looking for a very basic nice sound setup. this whole setup will come around $370. so tell me what you think .

thanks again!
 

Anonymous
 
I have those 6x9s too. If you hook them up to your HU (22w rms) they sound decent with alot more treble than bass. I hooked mine up to a 2 channel 65w rms per channel and it increased the amount of bass but not enough to justify spending $75 for the amp. Since you are getting two 12s I think this should work. You may want to look into some speakers for the front or the stock ones might be decent enough if the old HU had a decent amount of power.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Tbone

Post Number: 40
Registered: 02-2004
Check your thread in the amplifier section.
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