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civic si
01-13-2007, 03:17 PM
If i was going to get a 6.5 component set which would be better? infinity kappa perfect component set or Alpine type X or R? i dont know but i am also looking for a set which i can afford and i am also wondering which could be the best for 6x9 which is a decent price which i can afford?

Frankensuby
01-13-2007, 05:21 PM
You need to list your budget, either by speaker pair$ or total you are willing to spend on both sets (i.e., 400$)

Also, state whether or not you are amping them or are planning on amping them in the future. This way we can better suggest a speaker for your particular application.

civic si
01-13-2007, 06:29 PM
future planning system:

-head unit-pioneer or alpine deck-all preouts

-2 amps
1)2 channel or 1 channel d mono class-directed 2400d or etc.-for the subs
2)4-6 channel amp-kicker amp i am going to buy on caraudio or alpine, eclipse amp 2 channel-for kicking mids and high....

-2 12 subs-ether kicker solobaric, alpine type r or x, kicker comp vx, etc.

-crossover-3 Input, 3 outputs-us amp crossover, etc.(name some)

Mids and high
6.5 fronts
ether alpine type x component, infinity kappa perfect component, rockford fosgate punch or power 6.5 components etc.
(any better one out there)

6x9's ether type rs or infinity kappa, etc
(any better ones out their)

better distribution block
street wires (has ground, power, remote on it) nice at mach 1 for 1 bill.

fuses and power wires- (name some i can get)

Better rcas (you name some i can get)

DaveDSMer
01-14-2007, 01:15 AM
I would call around and see if you can check them out at a local dealer to listen to them first hand. I think the Alpine type X or Kappa Perfects would both be great it would be all dependant on what you personally hear as the best.

brendan_121212
01-14-2007, 01:21 AM
Someone might like the infinities, and some might like the alpines. We dont have the same taste in audio as you, it all depends on what you like, goto a store and test em out, and see what sounds good, mess with the setting and stuff. Take your time.

civic si
01-14-2007, 02:05 AM
thanks guys