View Full Version : ken 6.5 rear fill
05-16-2007, 08:13 AM
Will these be ok for cheap rear fill?
Theres a pair Jvc that are almost the same.
I dont want bass mostly want some mids and highs.
I want to get rid of the 6x9's they distort the bass and make it sound cheap.
I can hook up a pair of tweets in the rear with the 6x9s, will it sound better?
05-16-2007, 09:03 AM
Couple of questions:
1. What kind of car do you have?
2. What have you done/plan to do to the audio system overall?
05-16-2007, 02:17 PM
Those speakers will be easy to blow, i was at a shop and they had some 6x9 JVCs as a fill and they were distorting and sounded like pure crap at a mid volume
spend a lil more money and get a decent pair of speakers, heres some speakers for a fill for some more suggestions
My dad has those Pioneers, cept they are the Premier edition and they sound good, and i currently have those Infinitys and they sound awesome, crisp and super clear, im saving up to get a nice component set, so i have the Infinitys and they satisfy me!
and if you check the second page on sonic elcetronix, they have some more good speakers as well, but if you tell us a price range or spending limit, that will make it easier for us to pick somethin out to help you
05-16-2007, 09:26 PM
92 buick lesabre big car
Front - 2 5 1/4" kenwood older maybe 2001, 2 1.5" Pyle tweeters
Back - 2 6x9 Pioneer
sub - 1 12" Rockford hx2 1000 rms
Amp - older kicker 350 watts rms bridged
Extra - 2 old 6.5 Pioneer , 2 bmw 1.5 tweeters , Crap 2 channel 200 watt amp,
Budget is low since im buying a new amp, something 500-750 rms. Maybe a Alpine mono if I can get a deal or a cheaper Vibe 2 channel.
Then Ill get a cheap pair of componets for the front and use the kicker for them. I might be better off just putting the 6.5 in the back and get the componets for the front. The kens sound better then them despite there size.