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    Little Different set-up for you guys.Component or Coaxial?

    This for my ATV.I'm sure there will be a few people on here that know of it.We call them Audiopipes but in simple terms they are just 6" PVC .Two 6" elbows and a short straight section to connect them.Forms an elongated U.
    MP3 playback and a little Boss Chaos200w amp inside the pipe.I know it is a crappy little amp but is is the biggest I can run that will fit in there.

    Normally, we would just run a 6.5" and call it a day.I had put in the Alpine SPS M600 and the sound just lacks all bass response.It is sealed water tight with no poly-fill.Could be the low power handling or what?

    I'm not expecting boom or anything like a full set-up.I simply think it could be better for not much more trouble.

    My question is this, I could run components pretty easily.I could attach a 1" elbow on top of the PVC to hold the tweeter and the crossover could be mounted inside the larger 6"tube with the amp.

    The cost is of course a concern as is overall durability.It is outside in the dust dirt.It might get wet but only briefly.

    Is it worth it to try one of the component kits with that little amp or am I better off just running one of the coaxial 6.5's like the Kicker KS65/AlpineSPR-17/BazookaMAS650? Along those lines.

    Thx for your time guys and I will include a pic to give ya an idea of what it is.
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