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Americanstrat21
05-07-2008, 09:08 PM
^^ I have a pretty low budget so should I go with 2 pairs of coax's or 1 pair of comps?

Also can I get some recommendations for whichever you would recommend? I am going to be running these off of a Hifonics zxi 4406.. I do not really need any bass in my speakers.. I will have more than enough with my Q pushing over 1200 watts.. I just want clarity and I do not want harsh highs so help me out!!

Thanks!

tcguy85
05-07-2008, 09:09 PM
comps...

Americanstrat21
05-07-2008, 09:11 PM
Which comps.. I do not need bass.. I would like to keep it under $120

Americanstrat21
05-07-2008, 09:21 PM
Check that.. What are the cheapest best sounding coaxials for the money..? Can I get away with running just one set or should I run 2 sets of coaxials?

Alpineforever
05-07-2008, 09:22 PM
at that price I'd just jump on the front of the boner train and grab some PG RSD's... I did, and they're going in my car next weekend... so we shall see if they're as good as every1 says, and if not, well it's only 90 dollars out of my pocket...

But yeah, you want comps... Nothing says style like Tweeters in Mah A-Pillarz Yo!

Americanstrat21
05-07-2008, 09:23 PM
Errgh, how much work does it take to put in comps.. and I am not too sure how :*(

Bass911
05-10-2008, 10:34 PM
The best coax to me for the price are Focal Access 165 CA1. They are not the cheapest, but sound good to just be a bottom of the line Focal. If you have a Cartoys in your area with the Focals hooked up right, they should sound great. Just giving my take on the coax. Comp set will give best clarity, but IMO the Focal isn't just an ordinary coax. You say you only want to spend $120, so the RSD's might be your best bet.

bigbangtheory
05-11-2008, 08:17 AM
Yeah, going to have to say the RsD's here as well. Seems to fit your budget. They also have Rsd Coxials I have heard good things about. 50 bucks on onlinestereo.com I believe.