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    what to power my Boston Pro Series 6.5s

    I have bought 2 pair of Boston Pro Series 6.5's for my Maxima.

    I currently have 2 amps for them. A 10 year old Alpine 3527S (25x4 or 50x2) - which I was going to use to power the Bostons in the rear, and a brand new Alpine MRV-T420 that is a 75 x 2 amp that I was going to use for the front Bostons.

    For a sub, I have a Diamond M6 10D4, and it is to be powered by a Soundstream Rubicon RUB500-1

    I would prefer to have a second Soundstream 4 channel amp (RUB604-4) and run the mids and highs off of it, but I wasn't sure if Soundstream was good for mids and highs....are they clear?

    Should I just stick with my Alpines?

    go with PPi maybe?

    or JL?

    my main concern is CLARITY! I don't need to impress my neighbors, or the next neighborhood over for that matter...

    thanks for the advice.

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    Re: what to power my Boston Pro Series 6.5s

    The new PPI's (the PCX's) are crap. I would look into some Orion amps, or some new Alpine amps since the Boston Pros are pretty power hungry.




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