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cknox2
06-10-2005, 05:11 PM
Hey all,
I am lloking to replace the components and 6x9's in my accord coupe. I will most likely be using a PG octane-R 8.0:4 (125x4 rms) to push them. I don't want to spend more than about $300 or so (ebay wise) on my speakers. I want excellent SQ out of the components, and bassy 6x9's since I will not have subs. I listen to hard rock, lots of electronic, and some rap. All advice is greatly appreciated.
I also have 2 JL 15w6's and a phoenix gold MS2125 for sale/trade if anyone is interested.
Thanks,
Clayton

cknox2
06-14-2005, 01:29 AM
No one has any advice for me? What about the Phoenix Gold X6.5 components? Or... Diamond s600s? Anyone want to put theose head to head. The x6.5's are like $150 right now on ebay.

cknox2
06-14-2005, 02:03 AM
Ok, you all are always wanting more details so here it goes. This system will be run from a stock HU in a 2005 accord coupe (or from an Ipod, depending). Then back to a phoenix gold MS2125, then straight to the front components. I will run both the fronts and rears off the 2 channel pg amp, probably with a 2 or 3 ohn resistor on the rears. So, the front components should be getting around 125-150 watts RMS. Hope that helps.

Chistyle
06-15-2005, 05:16 PM
I have PG 6.5" zr componets and the 6x9 r series. I like how they sound. Definetly an upgrde from factory. I use to have the JL audio XR and they sound similar.

Mackenzie
06-15-2005, 08:49 PM
cknox2 that pg amp is rated by peak power listings on ebay. It really puts out 80*4 at 4 ohms, and like 160*4 at 2 ohms, which is still plenty enough. The octane zr components should do well with that amp, just as chistyle suggested. Good luck