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jwth2005
05-31-2009, 01:42 PM
I need suggestions for a good set of 6.5" components. Preferably under 500 dollars. They will be powered by an Alpine V12 4 channel amp that is rated at 125x4 with the option of bridging it to a 2 channel. A lil background on my preferences. I do like it loud and clear with the high end not too bright. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your help!

Jeremy

snuggyph1allyry
05-31-2009, 02:29 PM
I'm right there with ya. I'm the Newbie in town, and just picked up an 08 Honda Civic. I don't need loud, but crystal clear. Have older MB Q's in my F150, ut this new Civic will be my commuter, so the sound has to be right on.
I've been looking at new MB Q's, JL's, Boston's, Polk, and now, the very nicely rated Phoenix Gold RSD & V65c. Soooooooo many choices, but limited budgets.

Thanks for any help and suggestions-

Hoodlum007
05-31-2009, 02:51 PM
I need suggestions for a good set of 6.5" components. Preferably under 500 dollars. They will be powered by an Alpine V12 4 channel amp that is rated at 125x4 with the option of bridging it to a 2 channel. A lil background on my preferences. I do like it loud and clear with the high end not too bright. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your help!

Jeremy

You should try to listen to the ID XS65 comps.

Hoodlum007
05-31-2009, 02:52 PM
I'm right there with ya. I'm the Newbie in town, and just picked up an 08 Honda Civic. I don't need loud, but crystal clear. Have older MB Q's in my F150, ut this new Civic will be my commuter, so the sound has to be right on.
I've been looking at new MB Q's, JL's, Boston's, Polk, and now, the very nicely rated Phoenix Gold RSD & V65c. Soooooooo many choices, but limited budgets.

Thanks for any help and suggestions-

Budget?

snuggyph1allyry
05-31-2009, 09:17 PM
I'd like to go with 6.5 components up front, and 6.5 coax in the back. $200- 250-ish?


Thanks!

Hoodlum007
06-01-2009, 01:28 AM
I would leave the rears stock or out and spend the money towards better comps for the front.