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Old 06-24-2017, 06:47 AM   #1

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Hi everyone,

Thanks for having me in the community!

I'm in the process of trying to decide which set up I want to go with.

Here is what I would like your view point on.

The power plant that will be powering this system is either going to be:

1. (x1) White Phoenix Gold Route 66 (1994)
2. (x2) White Precision Power PPI ProMos 425 (1991)

I'm going to be installing it in a 2010 Cadillac DTS.

I will have a custom ported separate box built for each of the two (x2) 10" JL Audio subwoofers.

There will be (x2 sets) 6.5" w/ Tweeters (x2 sets) 5.25" w/ Tweeters and (x2 sets) 4" w/ Tweeters.

Passive cross over for the subwoofers inside the box and then have Audio Control EQX handle the mids and tweets.

Head unit I'm undecided. I'm looking for one that does everything. I've been out of the game for a while so that is why I'm asking.

I know the old school amps are the best that is why I kept these amps from previous systems. I love both of them but never had 2 PPI's and I think that would be over the top.

I love both PG and PPI but I can only go with one or the other. Perhaps I'll put the other in my other ride but for now just wondering why you guys think?


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Old 02-22-2018, 01:23 AM   #2

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PPI man, those are both great amps, but like the color scheme of those mosfet amps,also you have more control and power using 1 amp per sub.
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