I originally planned to do an SQ build for this truck years ago but got too scared of thieves after a friend's new F150 fell victim to a smash and grab at a quick pit stop. So I ended up keeping the stock HU and going with $40 pioneer 6x9's that play impressively well without an external amp.
Nowadays, the truck gets parked outside and is mostly used for road trips and utility runs. I'd like amp it up but still keep it very low profile. I've looked for a harness adapter to get line outs from the HU, but that doesn't seem to be an option.
Driver wise - this truck is a single cab with 6x9's behind the seats and in the doors. There's pioneer 3.5's in the dash that are factory wired in parallel with the door speakers.
I have an old PG 200x4 that I'm planning to use. Currently, there are cheapo pioneer three ways at every position so the overall presentation is a mess. I'm thinking change the rears to a low-pass and make them effectively subs, then do a "real" two way up front.
I don't mind going nuts with a dsp and all, but would really rather keep this on the simple and lower cost side.
What do you guys suggest? I'd really appreciate some pointers on this.