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    6x9 and 5.25

    hey i would like to stay with the same brand on both. i have a 2 channel 200x2 rms autotek amp. what brand speakers would handle this power? i amp going to run all 4 on this amp since i am in a pickup truck. run each channel at 2 ohms. any suggestions? thanks







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    Re: 6x9 and 5.25

    Everybody is going to want to know the a little more info then you threw up there. What type of music do you listen to, what's your budget, do you want components/coax's etc.




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    Re: 6x9 and 5.25

    Quote Originally Posted by enzowho View Post
    Everybody is going to want to know the a little more info then you threw up there. What type of music do you listen to, what's your budget, do you want components/coax's etc.
    sorry i like mostly rock and a little rap. probably just coax's and only want to spend around 200 dollars




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    Re: 6x9 and 5.25

    If you want coaxles then the pioneer revs are the way to go. I had them in my car at one time and they did sound quite nice for what they were.
    BUT...if you want to spend 200 bucks I would suggest you get some (possibly used) components. If installed well they will sound much better then coaxles. They must be amped by an external amplifier though; deck power will leave you wanting more.




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