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Right I'm planning a system for me seo and have come across the following components, I have no idea what I need I only know I want lots of sound. Is the following a compatible and decent setup?

I guess im missing one amp. Is it best to run subs off a mono block or would a 2/4 channel amp work adequatly?

PIONEER DEH-P480MP £81 headunit

MOSFET 50W x 4-Channel High Power

Vibe QB69 £78 rear Speakers

RMS Power 200w

Peak Power 600w

PYLE 6.5 INCH 400w £24 front component Speakers

6.5'' 4 Ohm Midrange Driver

200 Watts RMS/ 400 Watts Peak

1'' Titanium Dome Tweeter

50 Watts RMS / 100 Watts Peak

LANZAR MXA282 £86 amp

4000 WATT 2 CHANNEL HIGH POWER MOSFET AMP

2 x 1000 Watts RMS at 4 Ohms

2 x 2000 Watts Max at 4 Ohms

1 x 4000 Watts Max at 4 Ohms Bridged

2 x 1650 Watts RMS at 2 Ohms

2x PIONEER TS-W3004SPL £128 subs

2x 12" SPL Component Subwoofer

3000 Watts of Maximum Power

Nominal Power Handling: 750 Watts

Thanks for any input

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My opinion and I'm not an audiophile is that:

theres a lot of cheap stuff going on there, cheap stuff can often have impressive specs, but the actual sound quality is often very poor.

6x9s are "fun" to fit to a Paseo

Why not start with less stuff of better quality and use that as a building block...

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My opinion and I'm not an audiophile is that:

theres a lot of cheap stuff going on there, cheap stuff can often have impressive specs, but the actual sound quality is often very poor.

6x9s are "fun" to fit to a Paseo

Why not start with less stuff of better quality and use that as a building block...

What size are the front and rear paseo Speakers as standard?

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Good choices all round but your main concerns with any system are the amp and the wiring kit. Really if youre powering that much stuff youre going to realistically be talking about two separate amps. You might want to fork out a little more than youre aiming on that one too. Decent amp but not reliable. Also youre wiring is essential! Make sure youre going with the right wires or youre sounds going to be flat. Also important to note your subs are going to take a long time to bed in so your system will keep getting better as time goes on

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