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    Best 6.5 Coaxials on $150 budget! How about Kicker KS65's?

    I have just bought a Kenwood Exceleon X789 Headunit and am now looking into speakers. I have a 1999 Nissan Maxima and know that the speakers are 6.5's all around. Here is what I have found on-sale for which normally goes for $99 a pair.

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-VmKeqwP...00&I=20605KS65

    They are 6 3/4's rather then 6 1/2's, but the car fit guide says that they'll fit. What do you all think? Should I buy them? If so, will that headunit have enough power to push the speakers at their best or should I also buy a 4-channel amp?







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    Re: Best 6.5 Coaxials on $150 budget! How about Kicker KS65's?

    Check into the SE-Arch models, that should do you...

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    Re: Best 6.5 Coaxials on $150 budget! How about Kicker KS65's?

    i heard the rev series and those at a same sitting and the pioneer rev series stomps them IMO. if your that serious of even buying an amp for them, go for the rev series.



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    Re: Best 6.5 Coaxials on $150 budget! How about Kicker KS65's?

    I've heard the ts pioneers 6x9's and 6x4's, but they probly don't compare to the ts rev premier series. What made them better then the kickers when you listened to them. These are the ones your talking about right? What others compare to them?


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    Re: Best 6.5 Coaxials on $150 budget! How about Kicker KS65's?

    yes thats are the ones i heard. To me they were more vibrant... more detailed sound without being too harsh. The bass response was pretty good from both but the rev was just more musical... both are good buys... this is all my opinion, check em out.



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    dont be a dummy save you caah and get the revs off egay. best coaxils for 100 bucks bar none.



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