I have a 2000 GMC Sierra truck that I am looking to upgrade the speakers in because I just recently blew out one of my front door speakers. Right now I have two 10" Bostwick subs under my back seat being run by a Rockford Fosgate amp. The subs definitely overpower the factory speaker set-up I have right now.
I am looking at replacing all the speakers in the car with the polk db series (I know this is their lowest end but unfortunately this is all that will fit my budget).
I was planning on going with a pair of db651s slim fit 6.5" for the front door. [this is what the fit my car guide recommended, they would only need additional brackets]
Then for the rear pillar I was planning on adding a pair of db461p.
To run all these speakers I was going to add a PA 200.4 amp.
Overall the system would look like:
2 x db651s
2 x db461p
Which would then all be run by a PA 200.4 amp.
Does this setup look like the speakers will all receive sufficient power compared to their ratings? Is this a good match for an upgraded speaker system?
I'm kinda new to all this so any and all advice would be more than helpful. I bought the sub's used off a friend who had made a custom box so that they fit easily under my backseat but I want to get the full potential out my trucks system now. The added bass was nice at first but I seem to have lost any nice high's and mid's.
Also looking to the future, what would be the best way to wire this system? And if anyone else has a truck and has done a similar setup, any ideas on where to mount this amp would be greatly appreciated. I already have no room under the back seats so I am going to have to get creative with this.
Sorry this was so long, just hoping to get it all right before I make a big purchase. Thanks for the help!