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d_stever 
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Posted: November 25, 2007 at 3:00 PM / IP Logged  

what do you think this set would put out?

2 volfenhag 15" 1200watt dvc in 3.98 cu.ft. box(sealed)

1 american legacy 4000 watt 2ch amp

1 kenitik hc600 powercell

2 power acustic 1'' silk tweeters

2 pioneer 2 way 4'' mids 

1 american legacy 800 watt 4ch amp

pioneer deh3900p h.u.  

d_stever 
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Posted: November 25, 2007 at 3:04 PM / IP Logged  

oh its going in a '84 honda crx

sorry bout the secound post

jeffchilcott 
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Posted: November 25, 2007 at 3:33 PM / IP Logged  
2 volfenhag 15" 1200watt dvc in 3.98 cu.ft. box(sealed) NO!
1 american legacy 4000 watt 2ch amp   ABSOLUTLY NO!
1 kenitik hc600 powercell IS THAT THE BIGGEST YOU CAN AFFORD?
2 power acustic 1'' silk tweeters NO!
2 pioneer 2 way 4'' mids YOUR DOORS ARE 5 1/4's
1 american legacy 800 watt 4ch amp NO!
pioneer deh3900p h.u. WAL-MART model?
Looks like your trying to buy and build an entire system on a very very very small budget.   $600 or so?    I would start and build 1 piece at a time, with quality better name equipment.
POssibly start with a battery, Big 3 upgrade, with a nice eclipse or alpine deck, with some 6 1/2 component sets in the front doors. (yes they will fit, I owned a 86 CRX for awhile and now have an 88 and a 90.    
Start with good quality equipment and build up.   If you cant afford to do it all at once with a strong budget. Dont buy flea market brand equipment just to get it all at once
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coppellstereo 
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Agreed. Build piece by piece for maximum joy.
big sexy lac 
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Posted: November 27, 2007 at 9:41 PM / IP Logged  
Hey well I think we all started some where, and if that's all u can afford then go 4 it, but I would at least try to get 1 thing good quality like the head unit because you can always upgrade everthing 1 thing at a time.
well?
ibasspro 
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Posted: November 28, 2007 at 12:25 PM / IP Logged  

I don't know why folks are so down on pioneer head units. Now, I think betting a higher model one than the 3900 would be well worth the money. 1st gen CRX's (84-87) do take 5 1/4's stock in the doors, so easiest is replacing them with a nicer 5 1/4, be carefull with the 6 1/2's, as magnet space becomes difficult....even in second gen crx's.....BARELY got my focals to fit in there, & not hit the factory cover.

Maybe look for a Pioneer 6800, or $$$ being an issue, look for a nos (new old stock) 8600.

Memphis has some nice door speakers, that are decently priced, & aren't hugely overbuilt.

For amps, check out the Zapco iForce line.

As stated before, do your best to keep away from flea market crap. In the end you will spend more, & have more problems along the way.

used to be loud, used to be fast...now I am married LOL

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