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drzenitram
01-10-2006, 09:22 PM
Okay, so I purchased Rainbow's Dream line 5 1/4" comps. The sound quality is beautiful. However, they distort at low volumeess.

So, I want to upgrade. I'm going to be getting 6 1/2's and i'll find a way to cram them into my kickpanels. What speakers(with comparable or better SQ) would be a good amount louder than these? http://www.speedsound.com/caraudio.asp?pg=products&specific=jncnrqise.

Keep it under $350 shipped if possible.

Thanks dudes.

P.S. I have a Nine.2(100x2 watts), so preferably something that my amp can power.

Dj-torn
01-10-2006, 10:25 PM
Think about Alpine SPR-17LS (http://www.alpine-usa.com/en/products/product.php?model=SPR-17LS) ; Boston Acoustics FS60 (http://cgi.ebay.com/Boston-Acoustics-FS60-6-5-6-1-2-2-way-car-Speakers-N_W0QQitemZ5850489455QQcategoryZ32819QQssPageNameZ WDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem) ;
Infinity Reference 6010cs (http://www.cardomain.com/item/INFREF6010CS?vq_id=none) ; Other could include DLS (http://www.dls.se/english/index.htm)

Hope this helps..

FoxPro5
01-10-2006, 11:51 PM
Okay, so I purchased Rainbow's Dream line 5 1/4" comps. The sound quality is beautiful. However, they distort at low volumeess.

So, I want to upgrade. I'm going to be getting 6 1/2's and i'll find a way to cram them into my kickpanels. What speakers(with comparable or better SQ) would be a good amount louder than these? http://www.speedsound.com/caraudio.asp?pg=products&specific=jncnrqise.

Keep it under $350 shipped if possible.

Thanks dudes.

P.S. I have a Nine.2(100x2 watts), so preferably something that my amp can power.

$350 and some looking around can yield some seriously nice components man!! I'll sell you a set of brand new Arc Audio ACS265's which are a step up in power handling and quality and are still Rainbow made for $250 and you can put the other $100 into the the rest of your system. :veryhapp:

crazy4ozs
01-10-2006, 11:52 PM
just upgrade to the rainbow powerline CMX's...there like 350 a pair...theyll blow the dreamlines outa teh water