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Old 01-21-2013, 03:08 PM   #1
a45hiq
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Pioneer and Alpine set up

Hey guys, what do you think of a Alpine Amp and Pioneer Head unit and speaker set up.

Head unit Pioneer AVH-8400BT or Pioneer SPH-DA100 AppRadio

Speakers Pioneer TS-G132Ci - 13cm Separate 2-way Speaker System (250W for the front.

Speakers Pioneer TS-G1023i - 10cm 3-way Coaxial Speakers (200W for the rear.

Alpine amp MRP M 1000 x2 for the Subs

Alpine MRP-F300 4 channel amplifier for the speakers

Pioneer TS-W3001D4 Subs

Pioneer ND-BC6 Universal Rear View Reverse Backup High Resolution Parking Camera

Always rated pioneer for the amazing sound compared to other speakers. Alpine for the amps. other amps blow up to quick.

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