For the longest time I havent cared bout my car audio. Mostly in part cuz I didnt know what I was doin and didnt wanna listen to what ppl were tellin me. So I guess u could say this is my chance at redemption lol. I've got an Alpine 9831 installed right now and I've got a set of Boston Acoustics Pro 50 SE that I haven't installed yet. I should prolly post this on CAF but they're morons over there sorry. These guys here are much better EQ'ers and less prejudicial.
Don't ask me why but I'm hooked on the Bostons and ya like what ya like. What do ya do? Anyways...I've got a few months to completely plan this out RIGHT. This is gonna be an Income Tax project so while I'm not goin radical I'm not gettin anything cheap. I've actually got a pretty good (or so I think) grocery list.
Of course I've already got my head unit and my 5.25 comp are pretty much on the way. And from there I'm thinkin:Alpine PDX-F6 bi-amped for the Bostons. Installing JUST the comps and PDX and giving them ample time to break in. From there thinking of gettin another SPG this time in a the ported box instead of sealed and gettin a PDX M12 hooked up to it.
So there it is. It's a work in progress this is all goin in a 97 Thunderbird 4.6L V-8. Obviously the comps are here to stay but the sub and amps are still a rough draft, like I said this is an income tax project. Also it's not an overnighter deal either where I flat out buy everything at once and run into the same problems I did last time. I'm takin my time and truly learnin as I go. I'm open to any and all suggestions.
Another thing after I put my comps in how many layers of Dynamat should I put on the doors and would be the speaker kit with door kit be redundant? Well thanx everybody for takin the time to read this. I know nothing's gonna happen for a few months but this is a completely serious project.