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    Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    I have an MA audio Hk398 for my door speakers that I got off a friend.

    Right now I only want to upgrade my front fills (5.25) and I am kind of on a budget (less than $100 would be ideal)


    Got any suggestions?



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    Quote Originally Posted by vforvengance
    Forget all that. Iam a bass head the louder the better, the more windsheilds and sunroofs I blast out my car the happier i will be. I hope I lose my hearing to bass, instead of something crappy like IDK jets engines running at wk or whatever. Is preference dude. Some people like it. Imma do myself a favor and bang as loud as I can....




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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    I would go with Alpine Coaxials or Rainbows




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    Icon14 Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    tangband...

    or

    aura sound...




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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    Links to these?

    I didn't think you could find rainbows for under $100...



    2002 Volvo S40T
    Pioneer 780
    PG RSD 6.5
    Kicker 300.2
    Treo SSX 12"
    RD 1750.1
    SPL-C115
    Refs: Pimpedout97x, TreyE, Columbus, 95VolvoSx, oxsign, Pioneerpimp (x2), Bones22, PlushDJ, Reson8, JPD2621, rmdl51, Rollerdj, LS2poweredGoat, Orangecounty1, Iamamp3pimp,Woodels420, SQL4Life ...etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by vforvengance
    Forget all that. Iam a bass head the louder the better, the more windsheilds and sunroofs I blast out my car the happier i will be. I hope I lose my hearing to bass, instead of something crappy like IDK jets engines running at wk or whatever. Is preference dude. Some people like it. Imma do myself a favor and bang as loud as I can....

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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    so you need a pair of 5.25" speakers that can take 150 rms and under 100 bucks.. whew.. i can look but no promise on that one.



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    Hi Amp: Blaupunkt PCA460 60x4 rms
    Sub: Infinity Perfect 12.1
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    Sub Amp: Sony XM-D1000P5 500x1 @4ohm rms

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    1988 Ford Ranger Supercab:

    Headunit: Kenwood EZ700SR
    Front Stage: SoundStream EXC4.1 Components
    Rear Fill: JBL GTO8626 6x8
    Hi Amp: Blaupunkt PCA460 60x4 rms
    Sub: Infinity Perfect 12.1
    Box: 1.3ft Sealed
    Sub Amp: Sony XM-D1000P5 500x1 @4ohm rms

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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    you are a beast!

    thanks man



    2002 Volvo S40T
    Pioneer 780
    PG RSD 6.5
    Kicker 300.2
    Treo SSX 12"
    RD 1750.1
    SPL-C115
    Refs: Pimpedout97x, TreyE, Columbus, 95VolvoSx, oxsign, Pioneerpimp (x2), Bones22, PlushDJ, Reson8, JPD2621, rmdl51, Rollerdj, LS2poweredGoat, Orangecounty1, Iamamp3pimp,Woodels420, SQL4Life ...etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by vforvengance
    Forget all that. Iam a bass head the louder the better, the more windsheilds and sunroofs I blast out my car the happier i will be. I hope I lose my hearing to bass, instead of something crappy like IDK jets engines running at wk or whatever. Is preference dude. Some people like it. Imma do myself a favor and bang as loud as I can....

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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    Just bought those speakers.



    2002 Volvo S40T
    Pioneer 780
    PG RSD 6.5
    Kicker 300.2
    Treo SSX 12"
    RD 1750.1
    SPL-C115
    Refs: Pimpedout97x, TreyE, Columbus, 95VolvoSx, oxsign, Pioneerpimp (x2), Bones22, PlushDJ, Reson8, JPD2621, rmdl51, Rollerdj, LS2poweredGoat, Orangecounty1, Iamamp3pimp,Woodels420, SQL4Life ...etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by vforvengance
    Forget all that. Iam a bass head the louder the better, the more windsheilds and sunroofs I blast out my car the happier i will be. I hope I lose my hearing to bass, instead of something crappy like IDK jets engines running at wk or whatever. Is preference dude. Some people like it. Imma do myself a favor and bang as loud as I can....

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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    cool deal man, install them right and you won't be disappointed. glad i could help.



    1988 Ford Ranger Supercab:

    Headunit: Kenwood EZ700SR
    Front Stage: SoundStream EXC4.1 Components
    Rear Fill: JBL GTO8626 6x8
    Hi Amp: Blaupunkt PCA460 60x4 rms
    Sub: Infinity Perfect 12.1
    Box: 1.3ft Sealed
    Sub Amp: Sony XM-D1000P5 500x1 @4ohm rms

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    Re: Looking for budget speakers that will take 150W rms...

    For sure, I'll let you know how they sound when I get them in.



    2002 Volvo S40T
    Pioneer 780
    PG RSD 6.5
    Kicker 300.2
    Treo SSX 12"
    RD 1750.1
    SPL-C115
    Refs: Pimpedout97x, TreyE, Columbus, 95VolvoSx, oxsign, Pioneerpimp (x2), Bones22, PlushDJ, Reson8, JPD2621, rmdl51, Rollerdj, LS2poweredGoat, Orangecounty1, Iamamp3pimp,Woodels420, SQL4Life ...etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by vforvengance
    Forget all that. Iam a bass head the louder the better, the more windsheilds and sunroofs I blast out my car the happier i will be. I hope I lose my hearing to bass, instead of something crappy like IDK jets engines running at wk or whatever. Is preference dude. Some people like it. Imma do myself a favor and bang as loud as I can....

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