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    Good Comps for my Stang???

    I'm looking for some High SQ Components for my 91mustang.... i need some shallow

    mounting midbass in the doors... or make some minor modifications to the door to fit

    some deeper mounting speakers.... also should i use 6x8 in the back or get some

    MDF and put comps back there too??? I have 3 1/2" on the dash.. where should i go

    with those??? I've heard of some good Component companies such as CDT,

    Rainbow, and eD... what would be best for its price??? please leave me some

    feedback.... thanks



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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    I don't believe the words "good company" and ED belong in the same sentence but that's another story We need to know your budget bro, because just by saying shallow mids I automatically think Focal slims.



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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    and I think Rainbow X-line.




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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    and I think Rainbow X-line.




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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    well.... really i would mod the mounts so that i can fit something else in but... the budget would be to 300-400 for a set.... what can i get for that price??? should i put comps in the rear also???



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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    you can save a few bucks and do the Rainbow SLCs.

    Comps in the rear really arent needed, personally no rear speakers at all are. Although there is no right/wrong to this. Its all personal preference.




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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Rainbow SLC's

    A simple 6.5 2way in the rear should do well for ya. It's what I do.



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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Where can i find all of this??? ... i also am looking for a HU any suggestions??? i heard the Pioneer Premier DEH-P860P was a good one...



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    HU: Crappy Dual
    Fronts: Infinity Kappa 6x8
    Rears: None
    Amp: Memphis 500.1 Mono
    Subs: 2 Sony Xplod Shallow 12"

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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Depends on what features you need the HU to have. Ever plan on going active? Want time delay? EQ features needed? Xover's?



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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    well... I'm going to hook all speakers to an amp... so whatever will go good with an amp... where can I find some Rainbow Comps??? You guys said Rainbow SLC's for rear.... but what about front??? should i get some 3 1/2" midranges for front or just put tweets up there??



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    Amp: Memphis 500.1 Mono
    Subs: 2 Sony Xplod Shallow 12"

    Refs so far: tyroneshoes (bought from)

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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Quote Originally Posted by SofireGuy
    Where can i find all of this??? ... i also am looking for a HU any suggestions??? i heard the Pioneer Premier DEH-P860P was a good one...
    I run the Premiere p740mp...and love it...I'm a big fan of the Premier line from Pioneer...I don't think you can go wrong with them.

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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Quote Originally Posted by SofireGuy
    well... I'm going to hook all speakers to an amp... so whatever will go good with an amp... where can I find some Rainbow Comps??? You guys said Rainbow SLC's for rear.... but what about front??? should i get some 3 1/2" midranges for front or just put tweets up there??

    You can put the tweets in the stock locations. Using a bracket you can play with their positioning a bit as well.

    For the rears...KX5x7




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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

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    Re: Good Comps for my Stang???

    Quote Originally Posted by SofireGuy
    well... I'm going to hook all speakers to an amp... so whatever will go good with an amp... where can I find some Rainbow Comps??? You guys said Rainbow SLC's for rear.... but what about front??? should i get some 3 1/2" midranges for front or just put tweets up there??
    dude....don's the man. give him a PM and he'll set you up right. the SLC's will go up front, do yourself a favor and save the money you would spend on rear fill and put it towards a good sub, box and amp. get some sound deadener and you're set. i have the pioneer 860mp and i love it...about $360 shipped.



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