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Old 03-14-2008
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Human Speakers in a Ranger?

I want to know if there is anyone else here that is running a set of human speakers in a Ranger extended cab.

I'm trying to figure out what amp t go with and if I should use the stock speaker placement or mount them low in the kick panels.

Also, with the tweets, where do you mount them for best imaging?

I have the Pioneer DEH-P80MP head unit which runs 6.6v on the amp outs f+r+sub and my audio system is something I want to spend some time designing.

My choices are:

Human Speakers (
1 - K-A61 kit
1 - K-A81 kit
2 - PRO 005
2 JBL GTO 75.2 Amplifiers
1 - Infinity Reference 1300.1 monoblock amp

Or ...

A set of Infinity reference speakers and a pair of long throw 10's

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Old 03-15-2008
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It's all up to you, my only recomendation is to get a 4 channel to run your doors instead of two 2 channels. I ended up with two 2 channels, and a mono (was bridging one of the two channels for the sub until I got the mono), and it was a drag with all the added power wiring and the space the extra amp takes up. If I ever sell my Ranger and install another stereo, I'm definatly going for the 4 channel, with a mono.
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