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    Pioneer REV

    I drive a 90 accord (duh lol) and was wanting to buy 2 sets of 6.5 Pioneer REVS for the front doors and rear deck. The reason i'm wondering if this is a good idea is that, i ride with alot of older people and would like to have a nice sound when i shut off my sub.

    Would i get a decent sound off running 2 sets of these or should i stick with components up front. and find somethign midbass wise for the back

    these would cost me less then 200 for the 4 speakers and would be ran off a Planet Audio vx3004 which outputs:
    Max Power (2 Ohm) 150W X 4
    RMS Power (4 Ohm) 75W X 4
    Bridged Power (4 Ohms) 300 X 2
    Signal To Noise Ratio 102 DB
    Frequency Response 20HZ - 20KHZ
    Dimensions: 10-5/8" W X 2-7/16" H X 14-3/4" L

    If i had to do it differently i would like to not go over 200 for front components and 100 for rear coaxials.



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    Re: Pioneer REV

    I had a pair of the yellow Pioneer REVs in my old car. I'll let others chime in but despite their price I was very impressed with how they sounded; however, I currently have a set of the Cadence CWM-6 comps in my car and I think they are much better than the REVs and they only cost $79. Its not a completely fair comparison since they're in a different car but for the price I'm sure you'll be impressed. Now if your budget is 200 for the front stage then obviously you have a much larger selection to look at.




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    Re: Pioneer REV

    if it will sound nice with revs then i'll just get them but at the most i only want to spend 300 fornt and rears



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    Re: Pioneer REV

    just get a set of comps for up front. i gotta set of 6.5 rev comps i got cheap and i'm gonna install them shortly.




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    Re: Pioneer REV

    hmm i haven't seen the rev components anywhere yet, any links?



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