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2 12 Xplod's vs. 2 15 BMF's


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Blowntweeters 
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Posted: June 12, 2005 at 10:19 AM / IP Logged  

for your explorer i think the hc 1800 will be just right the is a calculater on the web site it will let you know what one is right for your setup .

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customsuburb 
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You don't need an extra battery. You should first upgrade your alternator if you have power problems. An extra battery would only allow you to play your system longer with the car turned off.

The crossfire system will be sooo much louder than anything sony makes. I have never listened to the crossfire subs you mentioned though, so I'm not sure about their SQ.

Samt18 
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ok i will have to check on the RMS wattage of the amp.  i thought that the first thing i would do would be to run the system straight up without anything to see if i needed some extra power.  the guy at my audio shop said that i probably would, but he wasnt sure...i'm sure that i will, but i want to see how its gonna do without anything before i spend more money. 
Blowntweeters 
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thats what i would do  that setup is gonna be so much better than that sony setup i think you will be glad you spent the money
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Samt18 
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yeh i think it should be pretty loud.  ive got a friend with two P1's in a cadillac and it is very loud, and he doesnt even have the 1000 watt amp, so i'm expecting a lot.  as long as this guy knows what he's doin and makes the box correctly then it should be worth the money
Blowntweeters 
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the P1's do a lot will a lower power amps were r you from ???
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Samt18 
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im in KY
Blowntweeters 
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im in las vegas i here so many cars with nice setups its not even funny and most of the local shops are so over priced it makes me sick do u want to add the tweeters in stead of the new mids and highs???they would only cost you like 15 to 20 bucks shiped to your door
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Samt18 
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i gotta think bout that one.  im not quite sure where i'd put em, and i'd have to pay someone to install em too, cause i have no clue what im doin
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Dont waste money on tweeters to go with your cheap factory speakers. Get some coaxial speakers to replace the factory ones instead. If you just bought tweeters your highs would be exaggerated and your midrange and midbass from your factory speakers would still sound bad.

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