New guy intro & stereo ?\'s
Hi all, since I've posted on a couple of other threads I figured I better introduce myself before asking a bunch of ?'s.
I'm based in Central California (no beaches here). I recently purchased a 99 4 dr Tahoe. Have installed a 4" Trailmaster, 15x10 Weld Super Singles, 33x12.50 BFG AT (daily driver), Airaid intake, Flowmaster, Optima battery, hi amp alt, and I guess that's it (so far). This rig is basically my everydayer (I know, pavement pounder, poser, all show & no go, I've heard them all) and will be used to get me to the dunes (Pismo Beach) to ride my Banshee, or to the "secret" fishing spot (that everybody knows about) in the hills which will require mild offroading capabilities. I've got a CJ5 that used to take me hunting, but 2 years ago I got a bug somewhere to do a frame off restore on it and I haven't gotten very far (good thing for friends)
Now, the stereo that came with the truck was a surprise as I wasn't concentrating on tunes when I test drove it. The deck is an Alpine. The speakers in the front doors are Rockford Fosgate, there were no speakers in the rear doors or the very rear. The center console is a JL Audio Box that the Sub was removed.
Here's what I've done in the rush to get decent sounding tunes. Rear doors received Polk 6.5" (stocks size is 6.75), far rear received 4x10 Pioneers, and I stuffed an MTX sub in the center. All run by a 4 channel Alpine amp that I had in my old 96 Z71. It sounds real good, but I hate things being done by Mickey Mouse.
I'm looking to match front and rear door brands (whether they both be RF or some other). The problem is finding higher end speakers that fit, or a higher end brand that makes a speaker that fits both front and rear doors.
Anybody have any suggestions? I know most of you guys don't give a rats a*# about the tunes, but I figured I'd give you all a try.