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    CDT Comps

    Guys what do you think of these CDT speakers for a 05 Nissan Titan


    http://woofersetc.com/index.cfm?fuse...roduct_id=4596
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    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=4630

    and what is the difference between them?

    Also please recommend a quality amp to drive them

    Thanx
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    Re: CDT Comps

    should be sweet...i run CDT comps and love em. i got the EF's



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    Re: CDT Comps

    Between those two, I think the EF's are the way to go. I recommend contacting Djdilliodon for CDT's.




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    Re: CDT Comps

    definatly contact djdilliodon before you buy, he'll give you a good deal. I am getting ready to install a pair of hd62's that will be powered by a bridged DLS A4 amp. should be done in the next week or so, I'll let you know what I think.




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    Re: CDT Comps

    the EF is definitely the way to go. I'd get the EF-61CF but hit me up if you'd like some and i'll get you a good price.



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    Re: CDT Comps

    Any particular reason you are looking at CDT ?

    Open to any other brands ?




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    Quote Originally Posted by squeak9798 View Post
    Any particular reason you are looking at CDT ?

    Open to any other brands ?
    Hey Squeak, you seem to really dislike CDT's. Do you mind if I ask why? And I am not trying to start crap at all. The reason I bother to ask is that I respect your opinion.

    I have a set of EF's and I think that they are pretty solid for the money. But, I will be the first to admit that I have not had the opportunity to compare them with a lot of other speakers installed. And most of what I know I know about car audio I have learned here.

    Thanks.




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    Re: CDT Comps

    I just got a set of cdt cl 61As with tw 24's and i'm going to be powering them with an orion 4002. I'll let you know how it ends up sounding.




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    Re: CDT Comps

    Thanx for all the replies.




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    Re: CDT Comps

    I really like mine. I am stepping up to the M-6 mid in the next week or so but my system plays really well with just the 5.25's. The DRT-25 Silk tweet is amazing IMO! Another thing to consider is how you are treated when you call them or have some issues and CDT has been great for me.



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    Re: CDT Comps

    The titan has a center channel in the dash that I really want to keep, Does anyone have any ideas for this speaker? I would imagine it would be somewhat of a full range speaker but Ive been wrong before.

    heres a pic of the center channel speaker location( this is not my truck)


    thanks for your help.

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    Re: CDT Comps

    which would you get?

    EF-61 with Satnet 560i & DRT-26 or an HD-62? maybe a ~ $10 price diff




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    Re: CDT Comps

    The DRT-26 would be a nice option if you feel like you would ever change to a metal tweet. I don't think I ever would so the 25 Silks work for me. Go HD's or get the M-6's if you can.



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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoSayWho? View Post
    Hey Squeak, you seem to really dislike CDT's. Do you mind if I ask why? And I am not trying to start crap at all. The reason I bother to ask is that I respect your opinion.
    For one, all of their marketing-hype crap irritates the hell out of me. There is no need to have 10 tweeters in your frontstage, as much as they'd like to tell you otherwise so that they can soak up all of the uninformed's money on pointless marketing/revenue producing products.

    Second; I personally think that in just about every price range, you can find an overall better product than what CDT offers.




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    Quote Originally Posted by squeak9798 View Post
    For one, all of their marketing-hype crap irritates the hell out of me. There is no need to have 10 tweeters in your frontstage, as much as they'd like to tell you otherwise so that they can soak up all of the uninformed's money on pointless marketing/revenue producing products.

    Second; I personally think that in just about every price range, you can find an overall better product than what CDT offers.
    wow i like mine and i got the cheapy classics.
    i guess opinions are like a$$holes,everyone has one!




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