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srmd22
06-03-2009, 10:25 PM
I was gonna throw a pair of these in the back of my 350z for fillers, since the speakers back there are hugh POS's.

I know they are not the greatest, but I think they will be an improvement, and since I have a new pair laying around (never used for another project), I figured why not.

Has anyone used these, are they ok?

revrider1
06-03-2009, 10:30 PM
I had some, they are alright. they are full in sound. the highs aint the best though

bmwproboi05
06-04-2009, 11:09 AM
I had some, they are alright. they are full in sound. the highs aint the best though

Do they have good bass?

pjhabit
06-04-2009, 01:38 PM
Do they have good bass?

Weak midbass, highs sound like a tin can. Mine were installed for all of 3 weeks before being replaced.
In that little car there's no need for rear fil.

Alpine50
06-04-2009, 04:14 PM
I have those sps-600 in an 02' SENTRA.They must be amped to get the most out of them.I have 4 type "S" amped by an Alpine F 450-4 channel anp. The amp produces 70 rms @ 4 ohms ,100 rms @ 2 ohms.Combine that w/2 JL 12w3-3-4 wired for 2 ohms in a vented box with an Alpine 9856 H.U. and a Alpine 650 M monoblock sub amp producing 600 rms @ 2 ohms.You need more than deck power to make those TYPE "S" perform 100%.. My Altima is all Alpine PDX..1000.1and 4x150 and type "R" co-ax,comps and 12" "R" subs w/a 9847 Alpine HU.Nothing wrong with amped rear fill.Why cheat yourself?Alpine50................

dkmesa
06-04-2009, 04:17 PM
I run 150 watts per speaker to a pair of Rainbow comps and there is absolutely no need for a rear fill in my z...
I ran these speakers in my sister's WRX for a while and they sounded great considering the price.

srmd22
06-04-2009, 08:25 PM
I run 150 watts per speaker to a pair of Rainbow comps and there is absolutely no need for a rear fill in my z...
I ran these speakers in my sister's WRX for a while and they sounded great considering the price.

Which Rainbows and do you like them? I am looking at Rainbow Vanadium Comps, and Dynaudios.