Something does not belong.... *car audio* v. My system

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  1. FindersKeepers

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    One of these does not belong with the other, soon to be switched out

    Vehicle:
    1988 GMC Sonoma/Chevy S10 Extended Cab

    Head Unit:
    JVC -KD-AR7000

    CD/MP3 Changer:
    JVC - CH-X1500

    Amplifiers:
    Elemental Designs Nine.1 (Bass)
    Elemental Designs Nine.2 (Mids/Component Amp)

    High side:
    Front Dash Speakers -Audiobahn 4x6 Plate Speakers
    Rear C Pillar Speakers - Audiobahn AS41Q 4x10

    Mids/Components:
    RE Audio 6.5C Midwoofer with tweeters

    Lowside:
    Rockford Punch HX2 DVD Model 2110 (10" Subwoofers) (2 of them, in a false floor box)




    The high side sucks so much fat transexual dick... I can't wait to get them replaced. I'm either going to replace them with tweeter setups, or get Infinity plates for the dash and setup something for the rear...



    I don't need hard hitting bass, I like to hear all range of sound, and the only range that is crackly and muddy is of course,t he cheap ass audiobahn crap


    I was stupid when I ordered them :mamoru:



    critique?
     
  2. Ronin

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    Dude this is why you need to post atleast in here first

    hell even send a PM to me or jrock10 or ngsm or twistid lol (sorry if ur not listed no offense)

    dont get speakers that arent perfect circles either, the only brands who make ovals and squares are pretty hood

    check out CDT, MB Quart, Image Dynamics, Boston Acoustics and Focal
     
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    I thought I typed how long ago I did order them....


    I got them when I was 19, I'm 22 now :mamoru:

    But yeah I like what you listed above... I am happy with my other choices of audio stuff so far, its more for quality rather than SPL or just to show off like all the other ignorant kids around here...

    Truck has 2 layers of Raammat all the way around the cab (except passenger floorboard) and it's so nice inside... Once I do the High's upgrades i'll feel much better.
     
  4. Ronin

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    ahh ok
     
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    mbq ftw
     
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    anyways.


    you do have enough room to put a 4" comp set in the dash. then cut some holes in the bottom of the doors, throw your 6.5's down there and it's a decent soundstage! i use a 4 ch amp in my 85 and have the door spkrs on the rear channels. then fade the HU to the rear a bit to kinda balance the sound.
     

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