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Old 12-20-2012, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by autokraftgt View Post
To answer your questions,
you should be happy with the fox box, the type R's, and the amp selected
putting 6.5's in your front doors with adapters is a snap...I have 7" in the factory locations and it was easy, and fit behind factory grills no prob for a stealthy look
You should have zero probs placing your passive x-overs in the doors
Since you will have to take your back seats out to install the fox box, it would be the perfect time to mount your amps to the back wall. That's what I did. I did not drill through the wall though....I found some 3M adhesive and attached a 1/2" piece of mdf as a back board and mounted my 3 amps to the board. I can remove the board at any time, but it aint goin anywhere!!!
Get High quality signal wire for all speakers...don't cheap out
I wouldn't waste any money on rear fill...with being said, I would utilize the factory 6x9's in the rear doors, or disconnect them all together which I did....you won't even know they are gone
Best of luck!

I have a 4 channel amp ... would I benefit more from running the rear factory speakers off the headunit power ...

And doing another channel on the front stage ?

So components with tweeters mounted in sails and say 3.5 driver in factory spot under dash ? Or bad idea ?

I guess another option would be to run the front stuff active on 4 channels ?

Still kinda new to this higher end audio stuff.
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