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6.5 door speakers and 6x9 deck speakers???

Old 01-16-2018, 03:01 PM
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6.5 door speakers and 6x9 deck speakers???

Hello, ive got plenty of bottom end in the coupe. Now as far as the middle and high goes.... well right now ive got 6.5 polk db in the doors with a 80 rms rating and some jenson 6x9s in the deck that are around 100 rms. 4 channel 1200 watt amp that's probably doing about 100 per channel in reality. Anyways ... as far as the subs go im pushing 2000 watts rms. So my question is does anybody have any recommendations for mids and highs that can fit in the factory holes. I believe I can go 6.75 in the doors. Not worried about adaptors those I can make. The deck cant be modified so 6x9 is what im stuck with. So far ive looked at jl, alpine, massive, skar, polk, db18, infinity kappa, and rockford fosgate. I think im gonna have to go 200 rms at each speaker? Also I have spots for tweets in the dash they are currently not being used. Maybe a nice full range in the door and a tweeter to compliment it? I don't have much experience with the higher powered systems so it is definately a learning curve. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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