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thablewprnt 10th February 2006 10:02 PM

I need your opinions.Rate my system
 
NOTE: I HAVEN'T BOUGHT THESE COMPONENTS YET,BUT IN SOME FORM OR ANOTHER
THIS IS THE SETUP I WANT. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO OFFER ANY SUGGESTIONS/CRITICISM


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DVD-R,CD-R/RW Compatible,VCD,SVCD,DVD Media for Mats Supported
Front Panel DVD Control
240 watts PEAK Power (60 x 4)
High Speed Fast Forward/Fast Rewind
Play,Pause,Stop,Slow
Chapter Up/Down
ID3 Tag Compatible
MP3 Direct Track Access
Last Position Memory
1-Bit D/A Converter
Anti-Shock Mechanism
30 Stations Presets
JENSEN Plus Tuner ll
Auto Station Store
Preset Scan
One-Touch Memory
Auto Stereo/Mono
Auto Local Distance
10 Second Scan Tuning
Integrated SD Card Reader
MOSFET Audio Power IC
Rotary Encoder Audio Control
Electronic Volume,Bass,Treble,Balance,Fader
Rotary Encoder Audio Control
Jotstick Menu Navigation
2-Volt RMS RCA Pre-Amp Output Voltages
1-Subwoofer RCA Pre-Amp Output (variable)
1-Center Channel RCA Pre-Amp Output (variable)
2-Pair Rear RCA Auxiliary A/V Inputs
NTSC Video Format
1-NTSC Composite Video Output for Additional Screens
Mute
Front Panel Clock
Full function and Kid Zone Infrared Remotes (Included)

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15" Subwoofer, with crazy power, and the best sound quality
2,000 WATTS TOTAL OUTPUT
750 watts RMS
Frequency Response: 22 Hz - 500 Hz
Sensitivity: 86 dB
Dual 2 Ohm Voice Coil Version
Mounting Depth: 9 5/8"
Kevlar re-enforced Pulp Fiber Cone Assembly
Santo-prene Rubber surround material stops un-wanted vibration noises and ensure clean sound
Dual Voice Coil Design
Cast Aluminum Frame
This sub is vented and transfers the heat out of the sub so it stays cool at all times
Concealed Mounting Gasket System

COMPONENT SYSTEM: I Chose this brand because they sound pretty good
and i can get them locally for cheap. I plan on running 3 sets, 1 in font doors,
1 in back doors,and 1 in the back dash......too much hi's??

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Brand New KICKER RS65.2 6.5" 2-WAY COMPONENT SET

6 1/2" 2 Way Component System
Curvilinear Injection Molded Polygraphite (CIMP) woofer
Santoprene surround
External 12 dB/Oct
Crossver Included
1" Aluminum dome tweeter
High-Power Tinsel Lead Wires
High-Temp Polyimide Film Voice Coil Former
New Enhanced BAM (Basket and Motor) Assembly
Ferro-FluidÂ? cooled tweeter voice-coil
Felt Damping Plug behind the TweeterÂ?s Diaphragm
RMS Power Handling: 75 watts
Peak Power Handling: 150 watts
Sensitivity 88 dB
Frequency Response 35 Hz - 21 kHz
Impedance 4 ohms


Amplifiers: This is where i need big help people.So many to choose from.....*smh* but here is what i came up with
For the woofers:
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High speed MOSFET switching power supply
High current complementary MOSFET outputs stable into 1 ohm loads
Thermal, DC offset, over/under voltage, reverse polarity and short circuit protection with status LED
Master/slave RCA jack functions support two amps bridged to one load, or multiple amps driving separate loads with synced gain
Top-mounted controls easily accessed for system tuning
Continuously variable 18 dB/octave low-pass crossover
Switchable 30 Hz, 24 dB/octave subsonic filter
Switchable 8 dB bass EQ function
Switchable phase invert function
Remote subwoofer level control

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Power ratings
Rated Power @ 4 ohm: 1400W x 1 RMS
Rated Power @ 2 ohm: 2400W x 1 RMS
Dynamic Power Rating 2600 Watts
General
Class d (digital amplifier)
S/N > 80 dB
Frequency Range 20-250Hz
Damping Factor: 50 (typical)
Input Sensitivity: 150mV to 8V
Crossover: variable 18dB low-pass
8db Bass EQ
RCA Output
Protection circuits: Thermal, Short circuit and DC offset



For my hi's (x2)

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Dynamic Power Rating - 250 watts
S/N - >95 dB
Freq. Resp. - 20Hz-20kHz
Damping Factor - >100
Input Sensitivity - 150mV to 8V
Rated Power @ 4 ohm - 35 x 4
Rated Power @ 2 ohm - 50 x 4
Crossover Type - 12dB 2-way
Bass EQ - 8 dB
RCA Output stereo

Ok now i need you guy's help
1. In your opinions, is this a good system?
2. What would you add to make it better?(i.e. crossovers,eq,wiring suggestions ect.)
3. Im rpretty close to $2000. Can i do better with that kind of money?
4. Is this setup garbage,and should i just star over?

Thanks for your help :)

simon5 10th February 2006 11:36 PM

Well for speakers I prefer using outsiders.

I'd use a single of those @ 325$ :
http://www.ascendantaudio.com/havoc_page.html

With a few of those @ 199$ per set :
http://www.ascendantaudio.com/arco_page.html

rv1890 11th February 2006 01:51 AM

Thats a descent setup, but you need to get rid of that Jensen head unit. You can find better things at a better price. If looking for a head unit with tv look towards the pioneer or Clarion head units. Your gonna have problems with the Jensen after a little while.

dirtball43 19th February 2006 03:01 AM

I would strongly advice against using that deck!! Two weeks ago I bought one, and within ONE week of owning it, it: Stopped reading MP3 CD's, the right toggle knob popped off, the DVD screen would not fully engage. Again that was within ONE week of purchasing this deck brand new. It also doesnt have much of a sound processing set up. If you are running any sort of high end midrange/tweeters on your system, it will process it to sound like hot garbage. Anyways, Luckily the store I bought it at did a full return on it. Just my two cents!!!! The best head unit would be either the Kenwood, or the eclipse double DIN DVD system. They have a better picture then the flip out screens. The flip out screens have a glare on them and the picture isnt as rich. But the downside on that is you lose half an inch of size. Lemme know what you end up getting, and good luck!!!


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