View Full Version : Speaker Problem Need Some Help

10-07-2005, 12:12 AM
Ok, I recently bought two Kicker Comp 12's and a Bazooka amp for them, I am very happy with them but I came across a little problem.

I listen to mostly rap but every once in awhile I will put some punk in and with both of these genres (but mostly punk) i get a lot of distortion out of my in-car speakers (two Jensen 6x9 tri-axle's in the back and two 6.5 stock speakers in the front doors).

I was wondering on how to go about upgrading these or whatever I would need to do because I like to listen to my music as loud as I can but with the distortion it sounds horrible.

I'm on a budget so if you reccommend anything I would like to stay below $200 if possible. Also, if I would need an amp for whatever is reccommended please let me know. Thanks.

10-07-2005, 01:49 AM
just get some pg xeons off ebay for 100ish then get a good 50-100 watt x 2 amp for them screw the rears should get nice and loud for you
http://cgi.ebay.com/PHOENIX-GOLD-ELITE-X6-5-6-5-600w-CAR-COMPONENT-SPEAKERS_W0QQitemZ5816803096QQcategoryZ32819QQrdZ1 QQcmdZViewItem

10-07-2005, 02:32 AM
Any quality coax in front, though component set would be better, and either a high-power cd player, or amp will cure your problems. When you crank up the volume the internal amp in your deck is clipping, hence the crackly/nasty. Try:http://www.crutchfield.com/S-gUMwxs7lvnr/cgi-bin/ProdView.asp?g=52000&I=107DB650 and:http://www.crutchfield.com/S-gUMwxs7lvnr/cgi-bin/ProdView.asp?g=100&I=575201S That way you get both a great set of coaxial 6.5's and a solid reliable amp with a warranty. Also with Crutchfield, if you don't like the speakers sound, you can send them back. I have the db650's and they sound real nice. Infinity's are nice too, they have a better tweet, but not as much midbass as the polks. Good luck.