Hey, so i'm a little confused on how I should go about this situation.
I've got a 99 dakota single cab, it has 6.5" stock speakers in the front, and stock 5.25" speakers behind the seats.
I'm looking to get nice sound quality, but i'd sacrifice a little sound quality for some extra db's. But considering my tight budget you can consider me an average bob when it comes to this, i don't really care "as long as it sounds good" kinda thing.
The amp I am using is a Cadence z800-c amp, it's specs are (I already own this amp):
2 x 150W @ 4 ohms
2 x 225W @ 2 ohms
1 x 450W @ 4 ohms bridged
S/N Ratio: >100dB
Freq. response: 10Hz - 40kHz
Damping Factor: >200
Fuse: 2 x 25A
Dimensions: 10" x 10" x
I'm debating 2 options..
Cadence CWM-6 KIT components in the front getting 150x2
Nothing in the rear
Cadence CWM-6 KIT components in the front
Phoenix Gold rsd 5.25 coaxials in the rear
Power in parallel to the cadence amp.
Now, if I was to do this, should I wire the 2 left speakears to one channel, and the 2 right speakrs to one channel. Meaning there would be a Cadence and PG driver on a single channel
Wire the fronts to one channel, and the rears to another chnanel. So 2 PG's on one channel and 2 Cadence to one channel.
Haven't bought any speakears yet, already own the amp though.
If I did option B, obviously 2 4ohm would turn out to be 2x2ohm speakers. I know the amp is stable at 2ohms, but will these speakers be able to survive at 2ohms each? Also, I know the cadence speakers can hanndle 100+ rms easily but what about the pg's?
What are your thoughts guys?