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    need comps, $130 budget...

    i am debating on Diamond D3's or Infinity Referance series, maybe the Type S comps... just looking for the best quality sound and midbass for the price...

    i have heard that CDT's were good as well...

    Requirements:
    ~ 2.5" max depth
    ~ power = 90rms x 2 @ 4ohms or 180rms x 2 @ 2

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    Re: need comps, $130 budget...

    Somone just picked up a set of Crystal Mobile Sound comps for like $160...might be the best bargan out there. If you don't care about the brand name, look at the Madisound comp set...www.madisound.com



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    Re: need comps, $130 budget...

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxPro5
    Somone just picked up a set of Crystal Mobile Sound comps for like $160...might be the best bargan out there. If you don't care about the brand name, look at the Madisound comp set...www.madisound.com
    interesting... i wanna stay below or at $130 if i can, thanks



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    Re: need comps, $130 budget...

    id say roll with the TYPE S Alpine comps, they sound good.. I have TYPE R's but for that budget TYPE S speakers are GOLDEN




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    Re: need comps, $130 budget...

    the Crystals kick *** ,but average more than $130...
    The D3s are OK,I would also look into the PG Xenon comps,those get good reviews and are cheap




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    Re: need comps, $130 budget...

    The madisound Vifa components Fox mentioned are probably the best at $120.00... along with the DEI/directed neos if you need a 6.5" set.

    If you could get an extra $10 - $20, the P series Orion's at onlinecarstereo are probably the best sound per dollar you can find at this time.

    The Crystal Kevlar components would make my best bang for the buck top ten list, but the Orion's are better... better tweeter, better and lower crossover point.




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