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verg
08-11-2006, 09:52 PM
I LOVE the way Pro60's sound but do not have the money for them. Is there any other 6.5 in. components or coaxials that sound anything close to these??

cleanerupper
08-11-2006, 10:29 PM
Maybe MB Quart premiums for $50 less.

FoxPro5
08-11-2006, 10:53 PM
I'll be the first to say it I guess, Rainbow SLC....

dimond
08-11-2006, 11:07 PM
i wud look into, diamond hex, cdt hd/es, oz matrix180, ID....all can be had for about 300-400 depending where your looking at. I cant leave off Focal or DYN
if your not worried about prices.

Blados
08-11-2006, 11:08 PM
i wud look into, diamond hex, cdt hd/es, oz matrix180, ID....all can be had for about 300-400 depending where your looking at. I cant leave off Focal or DYN
if your not worried about prices.

He said he can't afford them.

dimond
08-11-2006, 11:11 PM
i didnt read that part, you actually took your time to post that shitt..funny guy

6spdcoupe
08-12-2006, 01:26 AM
I'll be the first to say it I guess, Rainbow SLC....

:)

MBrock4u
08-12-2006, 06:01 AM
Yes, it is amazing. I was in audio express and priced those beautiful Boston pro's and when I found out how much they were I about threw up. Certainly if you have plenty of money to toss around why not. but for the average Joe, it's just not happening. There are some fine quality speakers out there that can be had for much less.

Hoodlum007
08-12-2006, 10:03 AM
Yes, it is amazing. I was in audio express and priced those beautiful Boston pro's and when I found out how much they were I about threw up. Certainly if you have plenty of money to toss around why not. but for the average Joe, it's just not happening. There are some fine quality speakers out there that can be had for much less.

Agreed, Boston pro and z series are nice but pricey. What price range are you looking for on a component? You can get speakers just as good for far less

verg
08-14-2006, 01:31 AM
Well I found a local guy selling these, so I was able to pick them up for $200 and they are only a couple of months old. So I guess now my question is I currently have a crossfire 50.4 amp I am running to some eclipses. Obviously I need some more power than that for the bostons so I was thinking about bridging it to 200X2, would that be enough? I really **** at the math part in car audio, will this be 200 @ 4 ohms if i bridge it? Here is the tech sheet if any of you guys wold be so kind to help me. Just go to tech info on the top, amplifiers on the left, Tek amplifiers, 50.4.

http://www.crossfirecaraudio.com/frameset.asp


I just want to make sure that these will sound good. Later down the road I will get what sounds the best, but as of now I just want them to sound good.

kublkmax
08-14-2006, 04:04 PM
that looks like plenty of juice. Can you bi amp those BA's? If so you may wanna look at that option as well.

bri487
08-14-2006, 04:13 PM
that looks like plenty of juice. Can you bi amp those BA's? If so you may wanna look at that option as well.

just make sure you have the processing and a 4 channel amp and go active.