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Hi everyone,
im new to the car audio so i could use some feedback on a setup ive designed for my accord.
It has two dash tweets, two 6.5 fronts, and two 6x9 rears in its stock condition.
Im looking at getting the following parts.

Kenwood kdc-x695 head unit
Amp: Alpine PDX-5 5 chan (75rms x 4 + 300rms sub at 4 ohm)
Fronts: Kicker ks6.2 6.5 (75rms at 4 ohm)
Rears: Kicker ks69 6x9 (90rms at 4 ohm)
Sub: Alpine 10" swe-1043 (250rms at 4 ohm)
And ill disconnect the factory tweets since the 6.2s have tweeters

I want to make sure this setup is optimal. I think the amp should power everything to within a close margin of its max rms range. I made sure everything was 4 ohm so no need to bridge.

Feedback and input is welcome and appreciated!
 

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IMO I think you would be better off not getting the 6x9's and replace the front speakers with a entry level component set like the Hertz Imagine 6,5'' set. Amp and HU sound like good choices.
 

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Why would you forego the 6x9s?
I want a well rounded system that works together so no single piece will fail when turned up.
It seems to me the setup would run perfectly with the amp providing perfect RMS match for the kicker components and just under the max RMS for the 6x9s.

Can anyone else chime in on this setup?
Im just looking for a clean system that will sound great for my commutes to work and the occasional 3 hr drive.
 
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