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Old 07-09-2009, 07:58 PM
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System overhaul

I'm looking to put together a new system for my truck. Let me know what you guys think of this setup...

3XL - 151D Subwoofer ---- Quantity = 4
SPECIFICATIONS:
Power Handling Capacity (Peak) : 2000W
Power Handling Capacity (RMS) : 1000W
Nominal Impedancel ual 1 ohm
Voice Coil Size : 3"
Frequency Response : 24Hz - 400Hz
Sensitivity : 93 dB/W/M
Motor Structure : 562 oz
Mounting Depth : 9.2"

3XL - 60C Components --- Quantity = 3
SPECIFICATIONS:
Power Handling Capacity (Peak) : 180W
Power Handling Capacity (RMS) : 90W
Nominal Impedancel : 3 ohm
Frequency Response : 59Hz - 22kHz
Sensitivity : 91 dB/W/M
Motor Structure :
Mounting Depth : 3.2 "

4XL - 65-92 Mid range driver --- Quantity = 3
SPECIFICATIONS:
Power Handling Capacity (Peak) : 200W
Power Handling Capacity (RMS) : 100W
Nominal Impedancel : 4 ohm
Voice Coil Size : 2 "
Frequency Response : 100Hz - 10KHz
Sensitivity : 92 dB/W/M
Motor Structure : 35 oz
Mounting Depth : 2.8 "

XTA4000D - Mono Amp --- Quantity = 2
SPECIFICATIONS:
4 ohm Power : 1000W x 1
2 ohm Power : 2000W x 1
1 ohm Mono Power : 3000W x 1
Strapped Power : 6200W
Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.5%
Frequency Response : 10Hz - 400Hz
S/N Ratio : >90 dB/W/M
Damping Factor : >200
Input Sensitivity : 0.3 - 8.0 volts
Crossover Slope : 12 dB
High-Pass Crossover Freq : 50Hz - 250Hz
Variable Subwoofer EQ : 0/+18 dB
Subwoofer EQ Frequency : 45Hz
Dimensions : 20.87" x 10.51" x 2.56"
Dimensions : 530mm x 267mm x 65mm

XTA2240 - Amp --- Quantity = 3
SPECIFICATIONS:
4 ohm Power : 130W x 2
2 ohm Power : 240W x 2
4 ohm Bridged Power : 280W x 2
Peak Power : 480W
Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.02%
Frequency Response : 15Hz - 40KHz
S/N Ratio : >90 dB/W/M
Damping Factor : >200
Input Sensitivity : 0.2 - 6.5 volts
Crossover Slope : 24 dB
High-Pass Crossover Freq : 80Hz - 1.5kHz
Low-Pass Crossover Freq : 40Hz - 500Hz
Variable Subwoofer EQ : 0/+18 dB
Subwoofer EQ Frequency : 45Hz
Dimensions : 13.78 " x 10.75" x 2.75 "
Dimensions : 340mm x 273mm x 70mm

Let me know what you guys think on the choice of amps. Im trying to keep it all one company so if you have any other suggestions let me know! (http://www.powerbassusa.com)
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Old 07-09-2009, 08:22 PM
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Wow... that is quite the setup! What kind of truck are we talking about here?

Whats with all those components and how do you plan on wiring 6 sets of stereo components to 3 amps? I assume we're talking about 3 front, 3 rear. But I'm pretty sure you're looking at to many components. I'd say two front, two rear would be enough, but that's just me.

Also, what do you plan to do for power? With a system this large you're going to need to spend thousands on electrical just to power this beast. With this you're looking at needing 600 amps of current on tap. That is major current to deal with. I'd say two 220 amp alternators taking the place of your stock alt. and 6 decent batteries for sure plus your primary.

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Old 07-09-2009, 08:36 PM
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I Just realized the comps are going to be overkill. Just going to do 3 sets of 3XL - 60C Components. One set for the front, one for rear, and one for the hatch. As for power, Upgraded alt. Might look into a dual alt.
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Old 07-09-2009, 09:19 PM
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I don't know what the current draw of you amps is, but typically with high quality class D amps for every 1000 watts of RMS power you're looking at 100 amps of current draw.

You're looking at 6000 watts, so that's 600 amps plus your high end amps and other gear, Probably 100 amps total. Then you roughly half that amount for your alternator capacity. So that's 350 amps just for the stereo. So, dual 220 amp alts would be enough for your trucks needs and your stereo's needs.

If you do the electrical with no bells and whistles you're looking at $3000-4000 to do it right.

Good Luck.

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Unless your sponsored by powerbass I'd really steer you away from their component speakers.
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To me it looks like a grab bag of stereo gear and you are buying using "the force". What is it exactly you want to do here?
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Old 07-11-2009, 02:42 AM
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MR2NR, thats exactly wat im doing lolll...What i'd like is a system thats good for show, something thats really LOUD (music wise), clear and crisp.
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To steal a line from Beverly Hills Cop...."we need to talk"....
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To steal a line from Beverly Hills Cop...."we need to talk"....
I heard that from my Dad once.....
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Old 07-14-2009, 02:57 PM
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Any suggestions how I can acheive that with the above stuff?
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