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    $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    What's the best budget set of components for $150 total ? I have 150rms x 2 to work with . Looking for a set that has nice warm sound and good bass output.







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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    i am using these as well as my brother and they produce a very nice sound quality, full natural sound and great midbass.

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_id=4418




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    Crystal SSCS6's will work perfectly.

    Great high/midrange...unbelievable midbass.



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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    Where can I get some Crytals SsCs6s for a good price ?




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    call around...
    http://www.crystalmobilesound.com/dealers.htm
    or they are going for a decent price here...
    http://store.realmofexcursion.com/
    -last time i checked they were on backorder, not sure if that is still the case.



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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    I got mine for $145 shipped from Shon (ROE)



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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    that's super low.

    so what shop does he own to legitimately be able get and sell them?




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    He owns Realm of Excursion.

    Shon own's it.

    Toxic Tuan also sells them for $145 shipped.



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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoodlum007 View Post
    i am using these as well as my brother and they produce a very nice sound quality, full natural sound and great midbass.

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_id=4418
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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    Quote Originally Posted by kicker06 View Post
    He owns Realm of Excursion.

    Shon own's it.

    Toxic Tuan also sells them for $145 shipped.

    roe is just a net site. he has to have a real shop to be a dealer. wondering which shop is his? i can see how taun does it, he's right down in so cal where crystal is. even then, $145 shipped is giving them away! that's a hell of a deal for you guys.




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    those cdts arn't bad...




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    SO the Crystals are the best bang for the buck ? Im going to see if they would fit my Integra with a 1 inch spacer.




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    Re: $150 total budget for 6.5 comps

    out of all the auditioning i've done, yes. i missed c.e.s. this year, but i always try to keep up on as much as i can on who has and is doing what.

    if you can score them for $145, good luck finding another component set that will touch them at that price. as low as i can realistically go is $160 shipped on them. even @ their full retail ($240) , they compete against other sets costing far more than that.

    one more thing you need to check, is the OD of their basket is 7 1/4". the cut out hole is about the same as most 6 1/2's.

    last year i was working on doug (crystal owner) to come out with a stamped steel basket version that had a standard OD. some time this year, that option should be available.




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