Need opinions on this one... as it'd prob cost me too much to just try it! lol
Current audio setup:
Pioneer 8100 cd headunit and 9200 graphic equaliser as source.
2 Pioneer amps in boot install
1 amp powers 2x 10" Kenwood subs at 200w to each one
the other amp powers Boston accoustic fronts and Pioneer 6x9s in my rear shelf - the amp is 4x100w but I have the gain turned down to about 1/3 of max if not less otherwise it goes too loud too quickly on the volume control and doesn't offer much room for adjustment.
Anyway thats the current setup.
Plan for subs???
Now I think I'd like to replace the two 10 inch subs for 12s. prob 2x 12" Alpines ( they look cool lol ) or possibly just bigger kenwoods. This would surely give me deeper bass yeah? As mine do sound strained when loud. ok so am I correct? And would the amp's 2x200w be sufficiant? It's just that both amps look exactly the same and are built into a false floor... to change one would look crap! lol
Plan for rear speakers???
The Pioneer 6x9s are good, they do what I want them to do and that's just provide a bit of filler to the back. The front speakers are excellent and can't fault them. However what I was thinking of doing was to replace those 6x9s that are in a heavy stealth shelf with speakers similar to my front ones but in the stock locations in the quarter panels. How would that sound? Or would that just cause more vibrations etc and sound worse? It means I can ditch the parcel shelf for a standard one and save some weight and rattling around as it bounces sometimes... should also make the subs sound a bit better??
Sorry for the long post!!!