Inspired by Sunken's sound deadening project and somms budget aftermarket stereo retrofit project, I've decided to use all my newly acquired free-time (thanks Corona) to overhaul the audio on my 2019 Hybrid XLE (non-premium factory audio). I have already bought 2 sets of 36 sq ft of Noico 80 mm sound deadening material and Noico Red 150 mm sound insulating material. I was going to follow in Sunken's footsteps, but decided it would be better to do the speakers first before I lay out all the deadening material. For the speakers, I'm going to go a slightly different route than somms. I'll be adding a 6 channel amp/DSP and probably place it in the trunk near the 12 V battery. I'll need to re-route the factory headset output to this location and instead of splicing into the factory wiring harness, will probably create a new harness by buying the G4 connector and wiring it up. I'm planning on sending a wire to all 6 speaker locations from the amp. Instead of replacing the factory dash speakers with a 3.5 coax speaker, I'm thinking of buying component speakers for the front doors and placing the tweeter in the dash location. Not getting a sub right now, but after this that should be easy to add into the setup.
Front Speakers - Morel Maximo (Place tweeters in Dash)
Rear-Door Speakers - Morel Maximo Coax
Amp/DSP - Kenwood Excelon P-XR600-6DSP
Also, instead of using the passive crossover that comes with the component speakers, I'm planning on setting an active crossover for the tweeters with the DSP. Hopefully this goes along smoothly and then I can get to the deadening/insulation afterwards. I'd like to keep this updated as I go along this overhaul, but before I start, I just wanted to ask if this speaker setup seemed like a good plan.