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 4 Chanls - 6 Spkrs: Best Config?

Setup: 98 Mustang GT Convt. - JVC Head w/ 4x40 on board - MTX 5 chnl 4x50 + 300w Sub - 1 pr Infinity 5x7 frnt doors - 1 pr 5 1/4 MTX 2-way component spkrs sides of back seat - 2 10" subs in box in trunk ? I'd like to add a second set of MTX 5 1/4 2-way components up front. The Mustang has factory tweeter mounts up by the side mirrors and I'll put the mid-range 5 1/4s in the kick panels. Can the JVC head power that extra pair with its on board 4x40 amp (maybe just using the 2x40 frnt channel) while providing the line level signal to the MTX 5chnl amp? Thanks, I hope this made sense.

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Sounds like you got a plan in the works. Personally I use a seperate amps 1 for my subs and 1 for my speakers. Your JVC HU is way over rated (as are most car HUs). I'm no expert but I cant see a small HU putting out 160 watts. Check the manual it should give you the RMS rating for the stereo, something like 12x4. On your 5 channel amp use 4 channels for the smaller speakers and if your largest speakers can handle a 2 ohm load put them together on the 5th channel (check your amp manual to see if that configuration is ok, some amps wont allow for different impendences). Your HU should be able to power the tweeters.

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