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    Kappa 3-way coaxial

    hey guys, i have 6.5" kappa 3way loud speakers front and 6x9 kappa 3way loud speakers from infinity.

    does any one have the same set up in their cars. i waiting to for my alpine amp (70rmsx4).

    70rms is enough for the front speakers ...but not enough for 110 recommended for the rear.

    i need suggesting on tuning and amping those things


    CURRENTLY amping them with 60rmsx4 soundstream...w/ untune techniques...after reading on this forum...i did all the wrong things!!!!







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    Re: Kappa 3-way coaxial

    Your going to amp those with that Alpine (which is good), you should be just fine with rms power. It would benifiet you to read the gain setting tutorial. Setting your amp properly , those Kappa's should sound good.




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    Re: Kappa 3-way coaxial

    Yeah that alpine is definitely enough for them to sound good.

    Kappas are very underrated on this forum, but I've owned 2 sets (bout to be replaced in my new car :P) and I've been happy with them. HAVE TO BE amped though, or they sound like ***.

    Tweeter is nice but harsh (awesome for rock), and they get loud in a mediocre install, which has always been a plus for my newb ***



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