4 way = overkill
5 way = beating a dead horse
Why don't you get some nice 2-way components instead? It'll sound a LOT better.
As soon as I get my new car, I will be putting my system back in! Im currently running 2 12 inch Alpine Type Rs being powered by a RF 900w Mono block. Ill be also adding underglow, and replacing the factory battery with a red top which was in my other car. I plan on buying a monte carlo which has a 104 amp stock alt. already. I will be swapping the front and rear speakers with 4-way pioneers in the front and 5-way in the rear. I was thinkin of adding a small amp just to push the speakers, but i was undecided if i wanted to add another one to push the subs also; Ill also be bypassing the factory amp! what would i need to add another amp and anyone kno any good small amps to add that are reasonably priced? Ill be wiring the big amp with this...
but any other advice???????
Max power 460 watts
5-way 6"x9" speaker
Aramid fiber reinforced IMPP woofer with rubber surround
Polyester fiber semi-dome midrange
Power range 2-80 watts RMS
Frequency response 25-30,000 Hz
Sensitivity 93 dB
Top-mount depth 3-3/8"
Composite IMPP cone using interlaced aramid fiber
Heat-resistant voice coil
Glass-imide voice coil bobbin for higher power handling capabilities
11 oz Strontium magnet
Full-depth basket for longer excursion and richer bass
1 5/8" Midrange balanced dome
3/8" Super Tweeter
Max Power: 260 Watts
Nominal Power: 50 W
Frequency Response: 30-33,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 91 dB
Impedance: 4 ohms
lets not worry about price, lets talk quality 1st
RMS (Nominal) power on those speakers is fairly low. An amplifier that can put out between 50-75 watts per channel should be fine. 'Quality' amps can be anywhere from $150 to thousands of dollars. I'll assume because of the speakers you have you're probably looking for closer to $100-$200, in which case some nice four channel amps to consider are ones by JL, Alpine, and others that i'm sure people will suggest.