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    2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    I have one EU-700 already. I am thinking of running two of them IB in the rear deck. Anyone done this? How does it sound? Should I go with a component set for more mid-range sound?







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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    i know of a guy that ran them(EU 700's) in his rear doors of a G35 sedan, he said that it was pretty impressive.



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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    IB they are pretty lame.

    in a box, its a different story.



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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    Quote Originally Posted by chubby
    IB they are pretty lame.

    in a box, its a different story.
    Even if I boxed them, would they be good fill for my system?

    Headunit: Alpine CDA-9856
    Front speakers: Polk DB6500
    Subs: Orion P10D4

    I was also thinking about adding another set of Polk DB6500's in the deck and using 4 of the 700's as my subs. What about that?




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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    Quote Originally Posted by cosmiccharlie
    Even if I boxed them, would they be good fill for my system?

    Headunit: Alpine CDA-9856
    Front speakers: Polk DB6500
    Subs: Orion P10D4

    I was also thinking about adding another set of Polk DB6500's in the deck and using 4 of the 700's as my subs. What about that?
    Why won't you go with momo's series, they have the tight beautiful bass compared to the DB's in your rear deck, plus the highs are superior than DB's series, just a lil more expensive but well worth it!, I've read reviews on the 700!
    I would never consider them as subs.... just get a decent 12 or 15inch....but for rear fill, they could be nice...check out reviews!




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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    Quote Originally Posted by SQBubble
    Why won't you go with momo's series, they have the tight beautiful bass compared to the DB's in your rear deck, plus the highs are superior than DB's series, just a lil more expensive but well worth it!, I've read reviews on the 700!
    I would never consider them as subs.... just get a decent 12 or 15inch....but for rear fill, they could be nice...check out reviews!
    They are $130 more expensive! I don't consider that "a lil more expensive". Anyway I think I have trashed the idea of using the EU-700's at all. So I have two Dual 2 Eu-700's for sale now. Never used!




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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    Quote Originally Posted by cosmiccharlie
    They are $130 more expensive! I don't consider that "a lil more expensive". Anyway I think I have trashed the idea of using the EU-700's at all. So I have two Dual 2 Eu-700's for sale now. Never used!

    how come, try them out and see if u like in the rear fill!! if u dont, then take it back to eDesign, they give money back I think if u dont like the product...




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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    i would consider them a nice "sub" for rear fill but then again my two eu's beat a 12" re se but i did have them in a double shot with an 800 watt mtx 801d lol



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    Re: 2 EU-700's or Polk DB6500 for rear deck?

    Well I am going to build something for them just to see what they will do. But I just don't think they are going to work for my application. We'll see.




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