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Which audio upgrade option would you choose?

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2015 SXT+ w/ Sound Group I (6 Speaker + Amp)



  • Current Setup

3.5 Dash - Stock
6x9 Door - Stock
6.5 Deck - Stock
Amp - Stock




  • Potential Options

Option 1

LOC: Rockford Fosgate DSR1 $230
Amp: Rockford Fosgate Punch P300X2 $200
Amp: Alpine X-A70F $495
3.5 Dash: Jl Audio C2-350x $70
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $1,263 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 2

LOC: Rockford Fosgate DSR1 $230
Amp: Alpine X-A70F $495
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $993 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 3

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-6.1200 $550
3.5 Dash: Jl Audio C2-350x $70
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $888 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 4

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-6.1200 $550
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133
**Bridge Channel for Sub 400w on Deck

Total: $818 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 5

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-4.800 $440
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133
Seperate Amp for Sub

Total: $708 plus Adapters, cables, ect.


Help Me Decide!!


Expectations are to subtly increase the audio quality


I'm still debating whether I should put 3.5's in the dash or use the tweeters from the door component set. Has anyone done it this way with good results? If not, I will most likely put them in the pillar if they have clearance or the 6x9 adapter in the door.


If anyone has measured the factory cutouts for the dash, door and rear deck for depth and clearance, please post it below. If anyone is in the process currently of upgrading these speakers. Please measure it, we want to know.
 

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2015 SXT+ w/ Sound Group I (6 Speaker + Amp)



  • Current Setup

3.5 Dash - Stock
6x9 Door - Stock
6.5 Deck - Stock
Amp - Stock




  • Potential Options

Option 1

LOC: Rockford Fosgate DSR1 $230
Amp: Rockford Fosgate Punch P300X2 $200
Amp: Alpine X-A70F $495
3.5 Dash: Jl Audio C2-350x $70
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $1,263 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 2

LOC: Rockford Fosgate DSR1 $230
Amp: Alpine X-A70F $495
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $993 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 3

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-6.1200 $550
3.5 Dash: Jl Audio C2-350x $70
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133

Total: $888 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 4

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-6.1200 $550
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133
**Bridge Channel for Sub 400w on Deck

Total: $818 plus Adapters, cables, ect.



Option 5

LOC/Amp: AudioControl LC-4.800 $440
Component Tweeter in Dash #Included
6.5 Door: JL Audio C2-650 $135
6.5 Deck: JL Audio C2-650X $133
Seperate Amp for Sub

Total: $708 plus Adapters, cables, ect.


Help Me Decide!!


Expectations are to subtly increase the audio quality


I'm still debating whether I should put 3.5's in the dash or use the tweeters from the door component set. Has anyone done it this way with good results? If not, I will most likely put them in the pillar if they have clearance or the 6x9 adapter in the door.


If anyone has measured the factory cutouts for the dash, door and rear deck for depth and clearance, please post it below. If anyone is in the process currently of upgrading these speakers. Please measure it, we want to know.
Having already gone down this road IMMO I would say the DSR1 is the best option so any project to replace the factory amp that I would consider would include it. It has awesome tunabilty and retains all factory options.

http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/f202/2018-6-speaker-alpine-upgrade-638537/?638537=#post8141361
 
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