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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

sureshot1234
05-12-2014, 09:22 PM
so im bringing this thread back from the dead things came up and i never replaced my speakers and amp so im back about with a much more focused list for speakers cant choose between the MB Quart PVM216 MB Quart PVM216 6.5" Premium Series Component Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_68133_MB-Quart-PVM216.html), Polk Audio MM6501 Polk Audio MM6501 6.5" Mobile Monitor MM Component Car Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_15059_Polk-Audio-MM6501.html), Alpine SPR-60C Alpine SPR-60C 6.5" Type-R Component Car Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_34364_Alpine-SPR-60C.html). also i am stuck between 2 amps to power them the Rockford Fosgate P300X2 Rockford Fosgate P300X2 Punch Series 300W 2-Channel Amplifier (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_67760_Rockford-Fosgate-P300X2.html),Polk Audio PA D2000.2 Polk Audio PA D2000.2 (PAD2000.2) 500W RMS 2-Channel Amplifier (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_39893_Polk-Audio-PA-D2000.2-PAD2000.2.html) .

so which set of components do you all think i should choose of the 3 and then which of the 2 amps to power them :)

MakkMar10
05-13-2014, 01:46 AM
so im bringing this thread back from the dead things came up and i never replaced my speakers and amp so im back about with a much more focused list for speakers cant choose between the MB Quart PVM216 MB Quart PVM216 6.5" Premium Series Component Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_68133_MB-Quart-PVM216.html), Polk Audio MM6501 Polk Audio MM6501 6.5" Mobile Monitor MM Component Car Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_15059_Polk-Audio-MM6501.html), Alpine SPR-60C Alpine SPR-60C 6.5" Type-R Component Car Speakers (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_34364_Alpine-SPR-60C.html). also i am stuck between 2 amps to power them the Rockford Fosgate P300X2 Rockford Fosgate P300X2 Punch Series 300W 2-Channel Amplifier (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_67760_Rockford-Fosgate-P300X2.html),Polk Audio PA D2000.2 Polk Audio PA D2000.2 (PAD2000.2) 500W RMS 2-Channel Amplifier (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_39893_Polk-Audio-PA-D2000.2-PAD2000.2.html) .

so which set of components do you all think i should choose of the 3 and then which of the 2 amps to power them :)

SoundQubed for 6.5's an PPI P900.4 for amp

sureshot1234
05-13-2014, 11:05 AM
SoundQubed for 6.5's an PPI P900.4 for amp

i have heard of the precision power phantom amps but never heard of soundqubed and cant find much about them anywhere either so not sure i would be comfortable buying them :/

MakkMar10
05-13-2014, 11:34 AM
i have heard of the precision power phantom amps but never heard of soundqubed and cant find much about them anywhere either so not sure i would be comfortable buying them :/

SoundQubed doesnt do a lot of advertising, they'r a factory direct comp, which helps keep cost down. An their products are usually unbeatable in the given price range. Iv yet to see hear or read anything negative about SQ, of course they have their critics but 1-2 reviews cud jus be a bad installs

sureshot1234
05-13-2014, 11:58 AM
SoundQubed doesnt do a lot of advertising, they'r a factory direct comp, which helps keep cost down. An their products are usually unbeatable in the given price range. Iv yet to see hear or read anything negative about SQ, of course they have their critics but 1-2 reviews cud jus be a bad installs


i cant find the frequency response for the woofer anywhere on their site or its sensitivity do you know what they are? also is the PPI phantom amp that much better than the rockford and the polk i was choosing between i dont really know about the inner build quality of the amps also thats a 4 channel amp i only need a 2 channel

Silverado SS
05-13-2014, 12:12 PM
Morel maximos for 140

sureshot1234
05-13-2014, 12:41 PM
Morel maximos for 140

i have heard of morel and nothing but good about them but not sure they would be best for the electronic music i normally listen to. also after calling a few places they people i talked to recommended them more for classical type music than for the electronic and i dont listen to much classical just on occasion

sureshot1234
05-13-2014, 01:57 PM
how about hertz dsk 165.3?

Silverado SS
05-13-2014, 03:55 PM
i have heard of morel and nothing but good about them but not sure they would be best for the electronic music i normally listen to. also after calling a few places they people i talked to recommended them more for classical type music than for the electronic and i dont listen to much classical just on occasion

I assure you they play all types of music just fine. To me there the best budget comp set

sureshot1234
05-13-2014, 05:18 PM
I assure you they play all types of music just fine. To me there the best budget comp set

so between the morel maximo 6 and the hertz DSK 165.3 you would still take the morels?

Silverado SS
05-13-2014, 10:32 PM
Never heard that set from hertz but a couple acknowledgeable SQ guys have told me they didn't like anything below HI energy but again this is what I'm told I know hertz top of the line stuff is just that, top of the line. Hopefully someone with experiences with both can chime in. May want to ask on DIYMA

sureshot1234
05-14-2014, 01:38 AM
has anyone heard both ? or have an opinion?

jeffdachef
05-14-2014, 02:09 AM
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.

suprisingly, many new higher end stock systems hit 50hz with decent authority and their motor structures are tiny bite sized slugs. They **** with everything else but they put out more sub-bass then most of the 200$ and under aftermarket speakers out there and thats with doors untreated and undeadened.

trumpet
05-14-2014, 10:18 AM
suprisingly, many new higher end stock systems hit 50hz with decent authority and their motor structures are tiny bite sized slugs. They **** with everything else but they put out more sub-bass then most of the 200$ and under aftermarket speakers out there and thats with doors untreated and undeadened.

Differently designed speakers, and if there's a factory amplifier there's also an EQ curve to help get that fat bloaty bass sound. They may be a similar size speaker but the similarities generally end there.

sureshot1234
05-14-2014, 11:45 AM
anyone else have thoughts on Morel Maximo 6 vs Hertz DSK 165.3 components?

sureshot1234
05-14-2014, 03:16 PM
bump