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    Componets for a loud setup

    I will be running two 15"s on an IA 20.1 And its probably going to be pretty loud...
    I need midbass and tweets and midrange that will hold up with the woofers...

    Should i go with... (probperly amped ofcourse)

    CDT
    Rainbow
    Seas
    Boston Acoustics (pro z or 60s)

    Or Make my own custom passive componet set with a horn tweet, 6" mid and a 7" woofer?

    Budget is around 600$ after getting a deal, i know i can get top of the line cdt cheap and bostons cheap... the others im not sure about.
    And as for powering them once i find a set i like i can find an amp i like.







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    Re: Componets for a loud setup

    You live in Michigan? if so where at? I have some Z6's for sale that you could listen to before you buy...for cheap as well




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    Re: Componets for a loud setup

    rainbow germaniums would be nice, if u have more dough id suggest rainbow powerline cs couple threads down, supposly they are ridicously loud, fast tweeter, loud, great midbass from a 6.9 woofer but i hear it around the 700-800 dollar range

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    Re: Componets for a loud setup

    boston's, i had slc's before, and the boston's get so much louder, but i, runing tripple the power i was running




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    Re: Componets for a loud setup

    I've thought about doing a group buy on a good mix and match 3way setup.

    Tang Bang 6.5, Hybrid Audio Legatia L3, and CDT DRT-25 with a CDT 3way passive. I haven't decided on a total price but that would make a killer setup right there.



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