View Full Version : Alpine Spx-17pro **need input!!

02-11-2008, 10:32 PM
Im going to order a set of Alpine SPX-17pro tonight. If anybody has a better suggestion of another set of components please let me know. Since I currently own the Type R and I am very happy with the soundQ that they put out Im sure the Type X pro will more than please me.

My current system consist of a
PRS-d2000T 150WX2 (front stage)
infinity basslink

Im going to swap out my current setup for
JL audio 300/2 (which I just ordered a week ago)
SPX-17pro (first choice)
basslink stays in setup

Side Show
02-11-2008, 10:34 PM
Focals, dls, cdt, mb quarts ect ect......... all make very nice splits in diff models to suit the class fd ice amp.

02-11-2008, 10:38 PM
the type x's have gotten really good reviews so far, another option mite be to find a way to get those type r's more power...mine didnt wake up until i bridged my 4150xxk on em...(roughly 350rmsX2)...Once doing this i liked them better then my rainbow germainiums...just a thought

02-11-2008, 11:02 PM
Those spx's should be fantastic. I haven't used them but i imagine they will be fantastic to go active with should you choose to do in the future.

02-13-2008, 09:42 PM
Alpine SPS 170a. I have had them powered off of my head unit and sound great. Used them for about 4-5 years now. Very pleased with them. Never had any others, but am going to start looking at changing them, only because i want something different.

edit: just looked them up, didn't realize they were so expensive. Mine were cheap ones. You will probably be pleased with them.

02-14-2008, 12:52 AM
I dont really have any input for the OP but thought he might be interested in this as well. How is the mid-bass and midrange response with these speakers?

02-17-2008, 12:37 AM
I can tell ya that I've had a couple of sets of spx-177a's for 4 yrs now, have beat the hell outta them and they still sound great. I've powered them with a jl 300/4 alpine pdx 2.150 and lately a jbl 6 channel bridged @165wpc. They still impress on occasion, seem to be unbreakable.