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Splits and amp

SID888

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Was thinking of putting an under seat sub in my car but have gone off that idea as not cost effective. I have a new Sony WXGT90BT head unit in the car but no amp. The front speakers are half decent 6" coaxials put in a couple of years ago and rear door ones are stock. I was thinking of getting new 6.5" splits for the front doors and amping them and putting the existing front door speakers into the rear doors and run them off the h/u? I have a budget of about $300-$350 for the splits and amp. I have listened to a few different speakers and like the Alpine type R's, I can get them for $200. Not sure on an amp yet that would suit the speakers. Saw that Supercheap has this one 1800 Watt 4 Channel Amplifier (EN-3004) | FUSION Electronics at the moment for $129. Just want to get a better sound with a bit more bass. Any ideas/suggestions for my system. Thanks for any help/info.
 

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For a little more money you could get a nicer four channel, the Alpines and amp all four doors.
 

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the problem you have is the alpine speakers are awesome but really need to be paired with the correct amp ie MRX-F65 alpine 4 channel and this is way more than your budget as the amp is around $500 plus speakers not to sure about the fusion amp but it should be powerful enough to run all 4 speakers
 
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