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sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 07:27 PM
so the other day somehow water got on my amp and blew both of my woofers in the doors and the amp so i need new speakers cant be any deeper than 2 3/4in max from mounting surface to back of magnet and actually needs to be a little less than that.

main concern is SQ and would like it to hit down to 50hz or less since i dont have a sub right now
had some kicker ks6.2 in before dont want anything less in quality than them(im sure many wont consider them quality at all :P)

trying to spend $200 or less since i have to buy an amp on top of that

mylows10
08-31-2013, 07:30 PM
not to many components that will go that low effectively for $200 or less

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 07:39 PM
not to many components that will go that low effectively for $200 or less

well at least that means there are some:D

mylows10
08-31-2013, 07:44 PM
well at least that means there are some:D

prolly not , unless you find them used

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 08:27 PM
either way does anyone have some good component speakers they can recommend for my budget?

mylows10
08-31-2013, 08:29 PM
cdt hd 61 should be in your budget of 200

tat2bass
08-31-2013, 08:29 PM
If you have an active capable amp I would recommend a set of exodus Anarchy's and some vifa xt25's. Would sound amazing and definitely can get below 50hz and could be had for around $180 for it all

trumpet
08-31-2013, 08:30 PM
To hit 50 Hz with any authority in a door a 6.5" speaker needs to have a deep/tall motor. This is because it needs to move the cone farther to displace more air. 2.75" of depth is midrange territory, and generally 70-80 Hz is the low end for that size of speaker. It makes a lot more sense to plan to add even 1 small subwoofer and save your speakers the unnecessary beating to try to cover bass frequencies. This isn't a matter of finding a great deal on speakers, it's a matter of physical limitations.

I could do JBL MS-62C for around $200. JBL P660C is also in your price range and it plays a little lower than MS-62C.

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 08:32 PM
cdt hd 61 should be in your budget of 200

looks like those are closer to $300 :/

mylows10
08-31-2013, 08:34 PM
looks like those are closer to $300 :/

not from me.im an authorized dealer for cdt , so full warranty and shipped 225 out the door

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 08:36 PM
If you have an active capable amp I would recommend a set of exodus Anarchy's and some vifa xt25's. Would sound amazing and definitely can get below 50hz and could be had for around $180 for it all

those woofers look to deep for my doors:/ and cant find them anywhere and the tweeter though im sure it would sound good wouldnt fit the stock location with that point on it :/ thanks for the suggestion though :D

tat2bass
08-31-2013, 08:45 PM
The woofers are definitely huge, but they are the absolute best speaker in its class.

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 08:48 PM
To hit 50 Hz with any authority in a door a 6.5" speaker needs to have a deep/tall motor. This is because it needs to move the cone farther to displace more air. 2.75" of depth is midrange territory, and generally 70-80 Hz is the low end for that size of speaker. It makes a lot more sense to plan to add even 1 small subwoofer and save your speakers the unnecessary beating to try to cover bass frequencies. This isn't a matter of finding a great deal on speakers, it's a matter of physical limitations.

I could do JBL MS-62C for around $200. JBL P660C is also in your price range and it plays a little lower than MS-62C.

how does the JBL MS-62C compare to the JBL P660C in terms of sound quality?

sureshot1234
08-31-2013, 08:50 PM
not from me.im an authorized dealer for cdt , so full warranty and shipped 225 out the door

how would you say the cdt hd 61 compare to the JBL MS-62C?

mylows10
08-31-2013, 08:52 PM
how would you say the cdt hd 61 compare to the JBL MS-62C?

pretty close in sound quality ,the cdt may be a bit better in my opinion