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The factory stereo in my new RW is pretty weak to say the least - it is going to be my first mod.

What do you all think of my budget SQ build - any comments, suggestions appreciated.

Kenwood Excelon DDX814
Bluetooth Enabled Navigation Ready Multimedia DVD Entertainment System $789.00

JL Audio HD900/5
900W 5-Channel Class-D HD Series Car System Amplifier $695.00

Pioneer Premier TS-C720PRS
6-3/4" Component Speaker System

$289.00

Pioneer Premier TS-D702P
6-3/4" 2-Way 280W Car Speakers

$89.95

Pioneer Premier TS-SW1001S4
10" 1200W SVC 4-ohms Shallow Series Subwoofer $109.00

PAC SWI-JACK
"Steering Wheel Interface Adapter that Works with JVC, Alpine, Clarion and Kenwood Car Radios with a Wired Remote Input" $65.00

JL Audio HD-RLC
Remote Level Control For JL Audio HD/MHD Amlifiers $35.00

JL Audio XB-CLRAIC2-18
18 ft. 2 Channel Twisted-Pair Audio Interconnect Cable with Molded Connectors $19.00

JL Audio XB-CLRAIC4-18
18 ft. 4 Channel Twisted-Pair Audio Interconnect Cable with Molded Connectors $35.00

JL Audio XC-PCS4-1B
750 Watt 4 Gauge Amplifier Installation Power Kit $89.00

Product DescriptionYour PriceQuantityTotalDeleteDynamat 10435
Xtreme Door Kit - Four 12" x 36" Pieces Of Dynamat Xtreme

$55.00

Metra Electronics 70-1761
Toyota 1987-Up - Into Car Harness $7.60

PAC SWI-JACK
"Steering Wheel Interface Adapter that Works with JVC, Alpine, Clarion and Kenwood Car Radios with a Wired Remote Input" $65.00


Total from onlinecarstereo.com 2332.50


I am planning on using one of the 12volt boxes with an amp rack for the JL and mounting the tweets in the sail panels. How to you think the rear speakers will hold up with the comps up front?
 

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Thats hardly a budget SQ build. There is some very nice equipment on that list.

Dont worry about the rear speakers competing with the fronts, they are just for fill and shouldnt over power the fronts. You could even just run the rears off of the head unit and bridge the 900/5 to power the fronts and subs.

Good luck and get some pics up when you can.
 

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Thats hardly a budget SQ build. There is some very nice equipment on that list.
Exactly what I was going to say. You might be able to do better for the money on the components but maybe not (I'd need to do more research).

-Wes
 
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