Alright guys, after doing a fair amount of research, I think i've determined my plan of attack for my car stereo. I have a pioneer premier head unit I want to install, along with a pair of 12" MTX 8000 subs, a JBL 600.1 amp to power them, and a pair of Pioneer 6x9s with a 200 watt (RMS) Alpine amp to power them. What I need from you guys is any advice as to problems i'd run into, advice, or tips. The car is a '99 SSE with the Bose 8 speaker setup. The only adjustments on the stock unit are bass and treble sliders. I plan to remove the factory unit, and buy an appropriate wiring harness. This harness http://www.crutchfield.com/*-vZoa4QU...=751&I=127OEM2
appears to be what I need (not sure about compatability). I want my hu to power the front 4 speakers (I'm hoping this is feasable, even though I've read that the bose speakers may be 1 or 2 ohms). I'd also like my headunit to only power the rear tweeters (1" I believe). My #1 cause for this is because the factory system (either the hu itself or the bose amps) restrict how loud you can turn the stereo up. Secondly, I'd like to use my hu'* rcas to run a seperate amp for my aftermarket rear 6x9s (i plan to use the rcas from my headunit to go to my 6x9 amp, i'll merely disconnect the bose amp to the 6x9s and connect my amp to them). Lastly I'll run the subwoofer rcas from my hu back to power the subs. The main thing i'd like to hear from you guys is 1: Will my head unit be ok to power the front 4 and rear tweeters 2: If #1 isnt possible, can i just use the stock bose amps but turn them up more and 3. Is that the correct adapter, or does anyone know of an alternative they've used that suits my desired setup. Thanks guys, and p.*. if anyone has general audio questions such as wiring, speaker quality, and box building,im good at all that stuff.