View Full Version : Need Amp and Comps for $300

04-03-2005, 06:49 PM
Hey guys Im looking for a set of 6.5 Comps and a Amp for my friends Sebring. He has 2 15 JL W3v2s with a 1000/1. His Front Speakers are blown so he wants a Set of Comps and Amp them. I've been looking at these

eDi 6000s Components $150 (100 Watts RMS)

Rainbow SLX 265.02 - Dream Line 6-1/2" Component $145 (60watts)

CL-61T - CDT Audio Classic $150

DSE216 - MB Quart 6.5" Discus Components $150

What other Comps are good for the money. And What Amps could be had for whats left over. $300 is his total Max budget.

Any Help would be great


04-04-2005, 11:27 AM
Look into amps from Profile and US Acoustics. This would be a pretty nice amp: http://ikesound.com/product-product_id/2217

As for the fronts; Boston Acoustics FS60 or SL60, Focal Access, DLS MS6, OZ Audio Vectors, etc etc

04-06-2005, 12:25 PM
OK guys I think Im gonna go with DLS PS6 (50 W RMS ). Do you guys think this Alpine MRP-T220 Would work good with it.


If not what Amp would you suggest with it. Budget is around 150 at most

04-07-2005, 05:20 PM
Any Opinions

04-07-2005, 07:03 PM
Good luck with the mounting depth.... I could find no way to install my cdt hd-62 cf's so I just left the infinity ref 6000cs's I had in.

04-07-2005, 07:22 PM
id get the cdt's for 150$ and a hifonics zx4000 amp to push them for 100$. its 50$ under your budget and its what i went with, ive heard some people say there hifonics amps are overrated but ive also heard some people say theirs are underrated so i think it might just be inconsistant but the zx4000 claims 2x100w at 4ohms and the cdt's are rated for 90w rms so even if its a little overrated it will be fine.

04-07-2005, 10:21 PM
The DLS are the shallow Seriers so I dont hink the mounting depth will be a problem. Heres the speakers


04-07-2005, 11:40 PM
Haven't heard any dls but looks like a good buy.