I have a similar one and it worked ok, if, you don't really care what your balance sounds like.
It is no longer hooked up as the sound is coming directly at the passenger and is not truly separated/balanced as in a 2/4/6 speaker system.
I found I could not really balance R/L front speaker sound to my liking with my hidden Alpine head unit with an auxiliary amplifier, the F/R fade worked fine but the front sound was always on the passenger side, not balanced to my liking...yet that is only my opinion and my listening choice.
I went with a pair of Rockford/Fosgate Prime front speakers that are underdash mounted on each side of the car; these are small overall dimension wise speakers ideal for tight locations, 100 amp, 50 w., cost $79 a pair at Car Toys on sale.
All my stereo components are hidden so my interior is not cut up with speakers in the doors, kick panels or rear deck...the way I like it
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