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goose5741
05-11-2009, 11:08 AM
Need some advice on some 6.5 components and 6x9s, never actually put any new speakers in my car (besides some 6.5 coax's) but with my new system I can actually afford to do things right (not primo, but much better than in the past)

Basically want some reccomendations for under $200 6.5 component systems and 6x9's hopefully for under 150$. I'm flexible on prices, will spend less if a deal is there, more if its gonna be worth it. Need them all to be 2 ohm though is the thing, my 4 channel puts out 75x4 @4 ohm and 100x4 @ 2 ohm, so I'd like to get the most out of it. What do you guys think?

bass_lover1
05-11-2009, 12:52 PM
Don't limit your self to 2 ohm components. Those extra 25 watts, might turn into an extra dB, which the human ear has a VERY hard time distinguishing.

Also, generally a 4ohm ohm driver is going to be more efficient than a 2 ohm driver.

goose5741
05-11-2009, 01:43 PM
Ya i really don't car about my highs/mids getting stupid loud, just want them to keep up with the subs and sound nice. I've been using ****** 6.5 coax's and stock 6x9's off of HU power for 3 years now so i think anything will be a vast improvment lol. And they keep up with my 1600wrms sub setup right now (well the highs do, the mids are questionable).

So i guess 4 ohm would be find to. What are the good mid/entry level componenets? nothing astronomically priced, but i'll spend money if its worth it!

KyleBechtold
05-11-2009, 01:46 PM
skittlesrgood is selling morel tempos for 200 shipped.. 6.5's.. your highs/mids are done..

goose5741
05-11-2009, 01:49 PM
^^^ Read a review on them, sound solid, 75 wrms enough for them though? The guy in the review said 100-200...

KyleBechtold
05-11-2009, 01:53 PM
bridge your amp to 2 channels..

goose5741
05-11-2009, 02:05 PM
Good call, I'm new to the whole Amp's with more than one channel thing haha.