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    best comp set for 200 or less

    in my personal opinion, i thought that the jl audio xr650-csi's were the best comp set for 200 or less, althought im just learning car audio. everyone that ive talked to who owned them, loved them. but apparently ive been getting some remarks that their not that great, but i dont know if theyve ever owned/heard them. what would be better than them?







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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    For $200 or less I vote the Alpine SPX-177Rs




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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    i heard that alpine's comp's werent very good. im looking for really really good SQ but loud enough to keep up with my 2 12" RE SE's




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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    Quote Originally Posted by thigpen
    i heard that alpine's comp's werent very good. im looking for really really good SQ but loud enough to keep up with my 2 12" RE SE's
    You heard about them, but haven't heard them Pay attention to your ears, to others opinions.

    If you want "really really good SQ" these should do the trick: http://car.rainbow-audio.de/products...hp?lan=2&pro=1

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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    for $200 or less i say get some Diamond Audio D6/M6 comps **** good for the price but of course if you can find a local shop and go listen to some components and pick based on what you like since this is for you






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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    if u were refering to the refrence line...i dont think 7k a piece is in a 200 dolla budget




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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    ive heard both the D6's and the XR650's from local shops. have a audio one thats a huge jl dealer and a cartoyz thats a diamond dealer 5 mins away. problem is they were both in the store. it sounds diffrent in a car, and not many have them in their cars for me to listen to, so im not judging off an in store sound.




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    Oz Audio Vectors FTW




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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    If you only go by what people say, no component set will be good under 200. Listen to the speakers...feel the speakers... BE the speakers!



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    Re: best comp set for 200 or less

    Audiophile components in my experience; yes they sound good, but IMO the SPL value is just not there. I have some Morel comps in my sisters car that bring tears to my eyes, but the just aren't very loud. Fine for her, but I like that **** to HURT.



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