Is this a feasible entry level sound system?


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Username: Flashconnor

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Username: Joe1234

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You are missing speakers, the optidrive are the better amps from Lanzar but is actually expensive for what it is, the JVC HU is ok but a Pioneer HU of about the same price would be much nicer sounding.
Prefab boxes perform horribly but if you don't want to build your own then I guess you'll have to go with it, the Kicker subs have decent reps among newcomers but there are much better subs for $30 or so more.

Is not like you are going to do that bad with your picks but you could do much better with other stuff.

The model of your car becomes relevant for selecting your speakers and for the size/type of subwoofer box are going to use.

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Username: Somedonniedude

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I hate the low end Pioneer decks. JVC and Kenwood decks are junk too IMO. The only low end decks I like are the Alpines What functions are you looking for in a deck? the best all around decks for a good price IMO are the older alpine cda-9883 and 9884 because they can be had for a great price on ebay/amazon.

As far as the woofer, save up a bit more and grab an older type-r woofer 2357697?pt=Car_Subwoofers_Enclosures&hash=item35bfdf6e41

Auidoque has great amps for the money, if you buy a bit of a bigger amplifer right now, it will save you money in the future when you are ready to upgrade, or if you want to add a second woofer.

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Username: Somedonniedude

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Not to mention, that Audioque amplifier will be much more efficient than that 2 channel Lanzar amplifier. Basically it will be easier on your cars battery/alternator. Make sure you run a good brand of 4ga power and ground wire for it as well.
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