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Pete00
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Dec 7, 11:52pm - #66404 
Audio Setup Help

alright i know very little about audio, but i've been doing some research lately. i plan on going polk momo throughout the car, please advise me if my planned setup would be optimal.

currently have:
Panasonic CQ-DF583U mp3/cd deck 50W x 4

planned:

1.) Polk Momo EX365 speakers (front and back) to replace stock.
peak power handling: 180W.
continous power handling: 60W.

2.) 2x Polk Momo MM124 12" subs.
peak power handling: 1000W.
continous power handling: 500W.

3.) Polk Momo Amp(s):
Questions: a.) which one(s)? polk momo amps with specs here

and finally is the planned setup a good one? music listened to includes: dance/trance/rock/a little hip hop.

thanks in advanced smile


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Dec 8, 12:12am - #66405 
Originally Posted by Pete00
alright i know very little about audio, but i've been doing some research lately. i plan on going polk momo throughout the car, please advise me if my planned setup would be optimal.

currently have:
Panasonic CQ-DF583U mp3/cd deck 50W x 4

planned:

1.) Polk Momo EX365 speakers (front and back) to replace stock.
peak power handling: 180W.
continous power handling: 60W.

2.) 2x Polk Momo MM124 12" subs.
peak power handling: 1000W.
continous power handling: 500W.

3.) Polk Momo Amp(s):
Questions: a.) which one(s)? polk momo amps with specs here

and finally is the planned setup a good one? music listened to includes: dance/trance/rock/a little hip hop.

thanks in advanced smile


the front speakers should b a component set of speaker


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Dec 8, 12:36pm - #66406 
Originally Posted by FPcelica
Originally Posted by Pete00
alright i know very little about audio, but i've been doing some research lately. i plan on going polk momo throughout the car, please advise me if my planned setup would be optimal.

currently have:
Panasonic CQ-DF583U mp3/cd deck 50W x 4

planned:

1.) Polk Momo EX365 speakers (front and back) to replace stock.
peak power handling: 180W.
continous power handling: 60W.

2.) 2x Polk Momo MM124 12" subs.
peak power handling: 1000W.
continous power handling: 500W.

3.) Polk Momo Amp(s):
Questions: a.) which one(s)? polk momo amps with specs here

and finally is the planned setup a good one? music listened to includes: dance/trance/rock/a little hip hop.

thanks in advanced smile


the front speakers should b a component set of speaker


what do you mean? i'm new to this i did the polk website speaker search for the celica and the front/back speakers were apparently okay for our cars.


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Dec 8, 12:40pm - #66407 
yea the polk 365 is a component setup...u don't need those for the rears...u will never hear them


that 500.1 amp should work fine to power both of the subs...

Have you actually heard this stuff? their subs aren't anything impressive for that money. I used to have them...the components are sweet though thumbsup

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Dec 8, 1:18pm - #66408 
thanks trog thumbsup
honestly i've never heard any of their products haha...but apparently for the most part its of higher end quality. its for show nonetheless, thus i'd prefer everything to be the same grin


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Dec 9, 9:12pm - #66409 
Originally Posted by trog2233
u don't need those for the rears...u will never hear them


never hear them rolleyes ...

Although I do agree about the subs. Better for the money, polks are alright, but I'd look into something different. Espically with the amps, I can't trust them yet...

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