Originally Posted by blackout4x4
Here is a list of the goods:
the main ingedient the head unit
- got this at best buy for $100 as an open item
- 2 Kicker CVR 10's 2ohm
- im pretty sure these will work with the kickers.
Front speakers w/ tweeters
- ive heard nothing but good things about this component set
- i got these at best buy, but i just noticed thir impedence is at 4 ohms while everything else is at 2. will this be a problem?
My final question is, Will all of these items hook-up without a problem?
Take the rear speakers back and get something that matches with the 2 ohm separates if you plan on running them in the same four channel. I'm not totally sure, but have been told it could cause issues if they are not the same impedance.
Your subs will work in the boxes you mentioned if they are going to be sealed. You'll need a bigger box if you are going ported. (I myself like sealed for better sound quality.) As far as an amplifier. Look for a two channel amp that will do 300W-400W per channel in FOUR OHM load. This way, you can wire each sub into a four ohm load and use one per side of the amp.
For the four speakers, try to get another set that matches the RMS handling of the front pair that is two ohms and get a 4ch amp that puts out about 100W per channel in a 2 ohm load.
In response to your question, everything seems like it would be fine (excepting the 4ohm rears). The best way to go is to get good quality amps (save and go without if you have to) that have an RMS rating close to that of the speakers you purchased. Many people fail to do this, but if it is done right, the system will last you for years provided you don't go overboard with the volume ****.
Of course if you really wanted it simple (less wiring and components to hide) get a 6ch amp that is two ohm stable and puts out about 100x4 @ 2ohm and 150X2 @ 2ohm for the subs and dump one of your subs. (One is easier to hide than two....) Right now, I have the single dvc 8" in my truck and (depending on tuning) I can make that thing hit like a hammer. And it's only using 100W per channel.
Hope this helps and keep us posted!