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Alright so I'll give you guys some backround information. I have a 2008 Honda Fit Sport. 180 amp singer alt and xs d5100r under the hood, and 2 xs xp3000's in the hatch. 2 soundqubed 2200s strapped @ 2 ohms (each seeing 1 ohm) pushing 2 hdc315's in a 10 ish cu ft box tuned to 32hz. I don't k now how much port area there is, but it's a lot. These things get low. Sometimes I wish I tuned a little higher, but that's a whole other topic. I haven't played many test tones but on music I've been metered at 153.8 and as high as 149.9 @ 29hz. My mids and high keep up with the bass, but they're missing that "wow" factor. People that don't know anything about car audio will be blown away by 150+db of bass on music, but I want the vocals to be just as mind blowing. I like to leave room for improvement, so I'm not gonna get custom doors made quite yet. As of now I have a second box mounted on the front of my sub box with 4 soundqubed 6.5 pro audio speakers and 2 of there supertweeters. I have some old powerbass components (you don't even hear them). The tweeters have been blown for so long, sometimes I wonder whether or not I need them. I have a ppi 900.4 pushing the mids and highs. So basically my whole system consists of 2 hdc315's on 4.4k, and 4 soundqubed pro audio mids receiving about 100 rms each. It sounds damn good and range is unbelievable for only having 2 different speakers. Now comes to the real part where I need feedback. I don't know why, but I've decided to go with prv audio for my mids and highs. I'm gonna stick with my ppi 900.4 for now, it does a little more than 200 rms per channel x 4. Down the road, I'll be converting to a crescendo 1100.4. I know that 4 8 ohm speakers can be wired down to a 2 ohm load. So essentially I could run 16 8 ohm speakers on 4 channels each seeing 2 ohms. I want 4 8"s, 2 6.5"s, 4 of their highest end super tweeters, and 4 of their compression/wave guide combo (ostly because I think they'll Look cool). I'm going to try to upload a picture of my sketch so you guys can see how they would look in the box. What do u guys think about this. I know I'd save money by not having to get amother custom box made if I just went right with it and got custom doors made for all the speakers, but like I said I like to leave room for improvement down the road when I get bored again (probably 2 months lol). Any and all hel p is appreciated guys.