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need help for audio set up. I have been looking at kicker, bassworx and so on for subs...
infinity for components and not sure but a clarion deck...
I would like to hear your experiencses with these brands and or sudgestions.
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i have run kicker in the past and loved it.haven't used any of the others you have listed though
 
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kcker subs good. Infinity components good, do yourself a favor and see if you can get last years model comps (6010cs). stay away from bassworx IMO.
 
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What deck do you have now? Have a budget in mind?
 
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Old 10-28-2007, 09:12 PM
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At this point in time im running a pioneer with 4 channel 100 watt deck.
for a deck i dont want to spend much more than prob 400$ amp, subs and components dont really matter.
im looking for a nice sounding setup at a higher level

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Ancient Pioneer...wont read cd-r's or cd-rw's no
amp controlls
 
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Blaupunkt!
 
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before ever jumping in and purchasing any audio equipment, you need to take a step back and answer these questions...;

What is my ultimate goal? (What type of sound do I want - loud and obnoxious or high quality sound or somewhere in between?)
What is my budget?

Once you answer those, you can start to narrow in on what you will get.
 
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Decent level sound with high quality
Budget isnt to big of a factor this is more an ongoing process so if i cant afford it right away ill get it when i can
 
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400 bucks will get you a very nice CD receiver with probably more features than you'd need. Panasonic and Pioneer are good "bang for your buck" brands. Alpine, Clarion, and Eclipse are a little more high end brands. 400 bucks will also get you a good name brand used DVD receiver from an ebay auction OR i've seen some ebay stores selling a new Pioneer base DVD receiver for that price every once in a while.
 
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ya, 400 is alot for a deck.

can get a very nice pioneer premier for under 300

 

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