Help Car Audio system?

i would like to know if this is going to be a good system 2 MTX 9500 10's and 2 MTX 9500 12's and then power that with a MTX TA92001 with a Streetwires 1/0 amp kit. and i will get a new yellow top battery and a 300 amp alternator . Do u think i might need to Yellow tops. and then im going to get 4 alpine door speakers with a 200Watt alpine amp to power that. Then a new alpine headunit.

Asked By: vipergtsrk578 - 5/20/2007
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Hmm.. even if it is a POS.. don't decorate your car with those fancy alpine stickers, or MTX Rocks.. all it takes is one guy (or (ex)friend) to borrow your system. Get receipts for everything, find out how much replacement is, and let your insurance company know you are installing all this stuff. (This is a great... More
Answered By: im_not_perfect_but_i_am_real - 5/20/2007
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Are you putting all that into a POS or do you have a nice ride? If your putting it into a POS......forget it and buy a new car. If its a good car.........go for it.....sounds like a kicka** system. probably go for the two yellow tops for all the power.
Answered By: webrider1x - 5/20/2007
personally i would not mix 10's and 12's i would get either 4 10's or 4 12's but if thats what you want that should sound good
Answered By: Kyle - 5/20/2007
10's and 15's go together a lot better than 10's and 12's. Otherwise, if you can afford it, go for it.
Answered By: Wastedmilkman61 - 5/20/2007
go with 2 10s and a 15. 10s have tighter bass, 15s have the really low deep bass, and 12s are an in between. then u will need 2500watts rms to push full power on the subs. i dont care for alpine speakers much. i like polk and infinity myself. if u go with speakers that are 100rms each, you can run an alpine pdx 4.100... More
Answered By: ghettocowboy248 - 5/20/2007
Wow, last guy left a lot of info. Personally, mixing 10's and 12's is throwin away a little money. The 12's will overrun the 10's and will pretty much "fade" them out. If you can't go bigger than 12's, I would suggest 12's in the back for hard low bass and something like 8's closer to you set to hit better mid freq... More
Answered By: truck audio master - 5/20/2007
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