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bspTC
01-26-2006, 01:15 AM
what are the best 6x9s for the money? i have a 5th gen prelude. just want to upgrade the factory speakers (5.25" in the front and 6x9's in the rear)

thanks for you help

Jdizzle
01-26-2006, 01:16 AM
for the front...i'd go with a decent set of comps (they range anywhere from like 40 bucks to 2000 bucks) and i'd just go with a decent coaxial 6x9 for rear fill.....what is your budget?

bspTC
01-26-2006, 01:19 AM
my budget is about 200-300 for the 4 speakers, i already have the jl audio e6450 amp. just dont know what would best match that amp.

Jdizzle
01-26-2006, 01:21 AM
whats the amps rated power at 4ohms? my girls got some Memphis Power Reference 6x9s 2way with swivel tweeter she'll let go for around 80 plus shipping...and for comps, i'd go with some Pioneer Rev's...great SQ and wont break the bank

bspTC
01-26-2006, 01:24 AM
at 4 ohms, they're at 45rms and at 2 ohms they're at 75rms (what im trying to match) but im undecided whether to use the 6 channel amp. or to get a 4 channel amp.

bspTC
09-23-2006, 03:36 PM
edit * i plan on getting a jl audio 500/5 amp and what pair of 6x9 would compensate 25w. i was looking into the diamond audio d392i

Prowler573
09-23-2006, 03:40 PM
at 4 ohms, they're at 45rms and at 2 ohms they're at 75rms (what im trying to match) but im undecided whether to use the 6 channel amp. or to get a 4 channel amp.

The cheapest way out would be to use the amp you've already got.

A possible way to go would be to bridge 4 of those channels to 2 channels of output (for more wattage) and then get an even better set of components than originally planned?

Then you could get some decent but cheapy coaxials for the rear just for fill and power those with the remaining two amp channels???