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    PCI PPX440 or ED NINE.4

    Which one. Dont know what comps im gonna get, but im getting 2 for front, no rear fill. Sorry for lack of info, my wife is having a kid and i kinda have to be there. Thanks.







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    Re: PCI PPX440 or ED NINE.4

    I like my PPI for it's clean sound, but I head good things about the eD...
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    Re: PCI PPX440 or ED NINE.4

    i love my nine.2!



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    Re: PCI PPX440 or ED NINE.4

    Quote Originally Posted by knownuser04
    Sorry for lack of info, my wife is having a kid and i kinda have to be there. Thanks.

    wtf..




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    Re: PCI PPX440 or ED NINE.4

    Quote Originally Posted by knownuser04
    Which one. Dont know what comps im gonna get, but im getting 2 for front, no rear fill. Sorry for lack of info, my wife is having a kid and i kinda have to be there. Thanks.
    thats the funniest thing i've heard all night, ur wife is haveing a kid and u gotta make a post real quick before the kid is born, good times.

    congrades on ur new baby man, we're all rooting for ya



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