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alrite im just wondering if anyone has had this set up

 

Alpine CDE-120R

1 Pre out,4x50w,high amplifier

 

Boss audio CW1100M-1100W maxpower with bass controller Amp.

Vibe SLR12=12" 1200w Subwoofer

 

Vibe slick 60-16.5cm Speakers RMS POWER 80W/PEAK POWER 240W

 

Just wondering does this set up seem ok,Has anyone had any off these ice bits?

 

cheers :cheers:

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alrite im just wondering if anyone has had this set up

 

Alpine CDE-120R

1 Pre out,4x50w,high amplifier

 

Boss audio CW1100M-1100W maxpower with bass controller Amp.

Vibe SLR12=12" 1200w Subwoofer

 

Vibe slick 60-16.5cm Speakers RMS POWER 80W/PEAK POWER 240W

 

Just wondering does this set up seem ok,Has anyone had any off these ice bits?

 

cheers :cheers:

 

1 pre-out? on a refurb version of a alpine headunit???

 

I allways thought the refurbs had additional pre-outs I know my 9851r does (2 pre-outs and a sub pre-out) and thats a much older model in technical terms.

 

most responses your get will be "depends what your wanting from you system" and youve not seemed to mention what your running down back if anything?

 

me personally tho,

 

ok, I can only assume your amp is running your sub only off the pre-out as any other setup such as running all would be likely pretty feeble qaulity and level wise.

 

Id first swap out the headunit for a mutliple pre-out unit, that will give you more play in your setup and allow you a higher degree of sound balance, which can only help with qaulity right up the levels aslong as your amp is capable of taking muttiple inputs (left/right or back/front)

 

you can pick up a half decent multi pre-out alpine HU off ebay for buttons nowadays (Id stick with alpibe if your using it for cd's or running a amp).

 

For instance my own setup is,

 

Headunit: Alpine Cda-9851r (2xphono pre-outs, 1x sub pre-out)

 

Amp: Toxic 1000w tx-1000, 4 channel

 

Speakers: 300w Infinity 6x9's rear, 150w Kenwoods upfront

 

sub: JBL tube in the back (which is there purely for the crispness of bass sound and not to ramp up enough to shatter windows like some chav in a Corsa)

 

this is so far the cleanest sounding setup Ive had and pretty much sqauts on the even more expensive setups Ive had in terms of sound definition and clearness aswell as coming close to loudness(whish is not important to the serious ice fan)

 

all the things Ive listed are silly cheap to buy nowadays

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Alpine head units are good. The rest is budget stuff so don't expect miracles. Compared to the OEM stuff it'll be much louder.

 

Some of the Vibe stuff isn't bad actually. If you want good quality sound then you should forget speakers in the back (apart from a sub) and concentrate on the front. Sound deadening the doors etc will make a huge difference to the sound.

 

If you're interested in making your car sound good, it won't hurt to take a read through the forums at www.talkaudio.co.uk

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i have in mine...

 

alpine 9803r head unit (2 pre outs)

 

infinity 6510 6.5" components with the tweeter mounted in the a pillar

 

powered buy a vibe bb2 amp (2x100 rms)

 

vibe cbr 10" active sub

 

run using 4 awg autoleads wiring kit.

 

i think it sounds pretty decent.

 

you could probably pick this set up from ebay circa £200.

 

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