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Old 04-21-2012
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I have a cheap Sony deck, cheap Jenson mono-block amp, cheap Pioneer 10" sub in a really punny sealed enclosure (stuffed correctly), Alpine 5x7's in the front, and the original junky stock rear speakers. Surprisingly given how little the system cost, and esp. given the total lack of power, it works well and sounds decent. Noone would ever mistake it for the system in my previous car though.
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i have a Pioneer AVH-P2400BT, Kicker DS68.2 in the front(those are the ones with crossovers and tweeters) and in the rear i have Kicker DS68. And for a sub i have a Kicker L3 10" 4OHM wired down to 2OHM. And for the amp i have a Hifonics Brutus BRZ1200.1 D-class Mono block, And this **** hitsss
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Old 04-25-2012
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mines is a people hauler so bone stock .
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Old 04-28-2012
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Kenwood KDC952HD HU
Polk 5x7 components
Boston 2 x60 amp
JL 10" sub in small sealed box
Boston 500W RMS Mono amp
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Kenwood KDC-X993
Alpine MRP-F300 4 channel amp on the door speakers
Alpine Type-S
Sundown SAZ-2500D
2x Sundown SA-10s
2.5cu.ft. ported box tuned to 32hz
2x rebadged Deka Intimidator 34 series batteries

I tore the surround on the subs though so I'm waiting on recones until I can afford subs that better can handle the power.

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Old 05-30-2012
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I just added even more boom boom to my setup! First my head unit is an Alpine with JL audio components front and rear. I just added a JL audio 12w7 in a custom ported box tuned to 32hz and a JL audio 1000/1 amp. Ill post pics as soon as I finish moving back east and have time to finish install and take pics.
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Alpine and Polk

4 - Polk DXi571 5X7 coaxial speakers in stock locations
Sound Ordnance B-8PTD Powered Sub (8" woofer with 125W RMS class D amp)
Alpine UTE-52BT Media Player/Reciever Head Unit
Alpine KTP-445A Amp 45W RMS X 4
Dynamat in doors and on back wall of cab (HUGE improvement)
Very decent sound for a regular cab Ranger. Will play, with clean source, loud enough to ring my eardrums with no distortion. Have not come close to turning the volume all the way up...no need. Sub was a gamble that paid off in spades...tight, no muddiness, well optioned. Polks are amazing at mid - high frequencies although I may end up adding tweeters to dash to raise the soundstage from the floor. Installed Bass Blockers 150HZ on Polks just so they can do what they do best with no interference from low frequencies. Total cost around $750.00.
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Sony CDX-m8810 head unit with HD radio
Monster cable for signal
MB Quart PVI 216 componants in front, MB Quart PVM 116 co-axial for rear
Old school SoundStream Referance 604 + RS200 bridged for sub
Illusion Audio Carbon C10" sub in unloaded MTX Thunderform Ranger box
StreetWires 4 guage power kit
Dynamat: doors, floor, side panels, back of cab

Future upgrades: Pioneer Stage 4 head unit & JL Audio HD 900/5 amp

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4 - Polk DXi571 5X7 coaxial speakers in stock locations
Sound Ordnance B-8PTD Powered Sub (8" woofer with 125W RMS class D amp)
Alpine UTE-52BT Media Player/Reciever Head Unit
Alpine KTP-445A Amp 45W RMS X 4
Dynamat in doors and on back wall of cab (HUGE improvement)
Very decent sound for a regular cab Ranger. Will play, with clean source, loud enough to ring my eardrums with no distortion. Have not come close to turning the volume all the way up...no need. Sub was a gamble that paid off in spades...tight, no muddiness, well optioned. Polks are amazing at mid - high frequencies although I may end up adding tweeters to dash to raise the soundstage from the floor. Installed Bass Blockers 150HZ on Polks just so they can do what they do best with no interference from low frequencies. Total cost around $750.00.
ADDED: Polk DB1001 Tweeters above stock speaker location on door. This raised the soundstage nicely and the high end really shines now...not tinny but real smooth and clean. This was a true win.
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