Well, spent last weekend putting the full system in the B4000 and for a system built on a "budget" it sounds fantastic.
Alpine CDA-9851 (transfer from old car)
Kicker KX 350.4 (refurb purchased from Car Domain for $150)
Infinity Reference 6000CS Components (Car Domain $105, model year end clearance)
Infinity Reference 1040w 10" Sub (Crutchfield $69 after $20 refer a friend discount)
Used Q-Logic Box (Ebay, $23 including shipping)
Sirius Satellite Radio Tuner ($99 - Crutchfield)
Alpine iPod Control ($99 - Crutchfield)
Knu Konceptz 4 gauge, 4 channel amp install kit ($37.99 - knukonceptz.com)
Misc. Speaker adapters, wiring harness, dash kit ($35-40ish Car Domain)
Total spent: Approx $650-$675 including shipping and tax where applicable
All parts purchased from authorized dealers so warranty is in effect.
For the money, the infinity reference 6000CS are some of the best speakers I have heard, ever. It's tough to find a component set in that price range, let alone one that sounds great. I had never heard the 6000CS speakers in person and I normally wouldn't buy speakers without listening to them first, but in this case I was very pleasently surprised.
The sub hits hard and does exactly what I want to do, fill in the bottom end on the wide variety of music that I and my wife listen too. If you want harder hitting subs for just SPL look elsewhere, but in this case it's only getting 185 or so Watts RMS and that seems to be plenty for this sub. Don't get me wrong, it does hit when it's asked to, but for $69 it sounds fantastic.
The headunit, Alpine. Enough said. It's a middle lower end model from Alpine but I love. It doesn't have all the soundshaping tools that higher end units have, but the truck is primarily for my wife and she isn't quite as picky as I am so it suits our needs just fine.
The amp is clean, runs cool, and for the money was the best thing I could find.
There was even enough money left in the budget to get Sirius and the Alpine iPod control. I love the way the Alpine iPod control works. They nailed it. And we all know about Sirius. I love it and my wife got hooked on it from listening to it in my car so she wanted it for the truck.
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