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    CDT ES 600 mids

    would these be a big improvement over the infinity kappa mids i am using at the moment?
    i should have a pair of these headed my way along with a set of crossovers (560/560i. i think)
    i am thinking about throwing in the es mids and crossovers and keeping the kappa tweets for now since i cant buy any right now.
    does this sound like a good idea?

    and i think i got a good deal on them, traded a pair of ED eu-700's for the es 600's and crossovers

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    Re: CDT ES 600 mids

    YES, huge improvement...are u guna replace ur tweets eventually?



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    Re: CDT ES 600 mids

    edit: oh nevermind you already have them :P try them -- why not?



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    Re: CDT ES 600 mids

    Quote Originally Posted by cdtizgod
    YES, huge improvement...are u guna replace ur tweets eventually?
    yes, hopefully for christmas i can buy myself some good ones.
    i am thinking about the braxial tweeter/mount if i could find it. and an image kit for my A pillars.

    it just ***** because the buy is sending them to me from germany through military mail so it may be 2+ weeks before i get them

    but it is worth the wait

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    Re: CDT ES 600 mids

    yea id assume defiently worth the wait.

    the image kit provides such a huge improvement its not even funny, but you'll also have to get the cdt xovers or an xover with the same impedance and xover points. check out thezeb.com for any future cdt purchases, lowest prices ive seen and theyre a great authorized dealer to do business with.



    my new baby- 1991 Mazda RX-7
    Audio:
    Deck: Alpine CDA-9831
    Components: CDT CL-62 with a set of TW-24/LPs
    Comp Amp: Directed A800.2
    Sub: CDT CL-1215
    Sub Amp: Kicker KX400

    Performace:
    K&N cold air intake
    Custom bent straight pipe cat delete exhaust
    LOUD on many fronts

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