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    Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Hi!
    Need a recommendation for front 6.5 components.
    My amp: Orion 4004.
    My budget is about 250$.
    Which component do you recommend that will work best with my amp?
    There are a lot of brands and models that I don`t know where to start.
    I am looking for quality, a warm sound and I listen mostly to jazz and electronic music. a sound that wont hurt my ears after long listening.
    A lot of people recommended me the ETON RS 161:
    http://www.etongmbh.com/
    Does anyone know about this german company? are they any good?

    If you have other recommendations for me that can work well with my amp I will be more than glad to know?

    Thanks, Shay.







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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Anyone, please......




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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    I'd look into these if I were you: http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=167463

    Otherwise there are a TON....I mean a TON of threads like this



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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Thanks but I need an answer about the german company ETON if anyone knowa if it is a good company or not.

    Thanks again.




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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Don't know about the Eton's..in your price range you may consider the Rainbow SLC's...a ton of good feedback on them



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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Eton are excellent,good luck finding them though,they are not a big seller here in the USA
    They used to be the mfg for Diamond IE:HEX when HEX were really good.




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    Re: Looking to buy front 6.5 components.

    Eton's definitely a high-end company. I've used their home component drivers, and they're defintely built well.

    Can't see going terribly wrong... I haven't seen anything but quality stuff from Eton.

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