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    what are a good set of co-axials?

    what are a good set of co axials that will be able to be run off of a JVC KD-PDR50 or a JVC KD-PDR30?







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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    What size? How much you willing to spend? How many RMS watts does your head unit give out?



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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    what size coaxes?




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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    6.5", about 50-100 dollars for each (front pair and rear pair), and they both put out 20rms and 50 peak.




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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    memphis m class sound pretty nice.




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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    pioneer revs




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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jep772 View Post
    memphis m class sound pretty nice.
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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    bump..any other suggestions on specific models?

    EDIT: nvm i found out my car have stock tweeters so i've decided im going to get some comps.
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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    Quote Originally Posted by konechiwa View Post
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    i've heard those i the tweet's are **** they are not to much clear




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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    Quote Originally Posted by blimblam View Post
    bump..any other suggestions on specific models?

    EDIT: nvm i found out my car have stock tweeters so i've decided im going to get some comps.
    some people wont agree with me, but I think the polk db series speakers sound great for coaxials. You will hear alot of "better for the money", but its simple. Go out and listen to some and decide for yourself, because what sounds good to them may not sound so good to you. And vise-versa.

    One word of advise though, once you find some that you like, search the internet for a MUCH better deal on them. I find that sounddomain has some great prices on speakers, and their shipping is stellar. Happy hunting!



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    Re: what are a good set of co-axials?

    Quote Originally Posted by Max_Power View Post
    some people wont agree with me, but I think the polk db series speakers sound great for coaxials. You will hear alot of "better for the money", but its simple. Go out and listen to some and decide for yourself, because what sounds good to them may not sound so good to you. And vise-versa.

    One word of advise though, once you find some that you like, search the internet for a MUCH better deal on them. I find that sounddomain has some great prices on speakers, and their shipping is stellar. Happy hunting!

    I agree on the Polks!! great speakers runnin of the HU, i think Circuit City had a deal buy one pair get the second 50% off, so thats 150 bux for 4 6.5 coaxils, install em yourself cos we all kno that CC employs only the best of the best in the audio world

    Also ive had Infinity Ref coaxils and Pioneer Premiers runnin off the HU, and they sounded prty good, Infinitys were crisp and clear and the Pioneers had some good mid-bass




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