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    Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    Im going to be running and eD NiNe.4 and 2 eD 7kv2s and was wondering with a price range of about $200ish dollars what would be the best 6.5" components to run with this set up..

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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    are you going to be amping them with your ed nine.4??

    If so you can bridge it so it puts out 150x2, so heres some suggestions for under 200:

    http://sonicelectronix.com/item_699_...t+PCE+216.html

    http://sonicelectronix.com/item_6855...O+MMC6500.html

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=4596

    and those CDTs are also available with a Titanium Tweeter, but I suggested the silk, because many prefer it over a Titanium, Metal Tweeters are said to be harsh while silk is very smooth, but ive heard a few metal tweeters before and theyre not harsh for me, i guess its all jus personal preference lol



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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    x2 on the bridging?

    If you can spend 25 bucks more, my rainbows sing of 150w. Excellent sound all around.



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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    Im going to be running it all off of the NiNe4 and am going to bridge the 7ks since they are d4 but can you bridge comps? (sorry Im very novice when it comes to car audio) and Yeah, I was thinkin about gettin some Rainbow SLC265 comps, but are they really worth the money?




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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    Rainbow SLC265s



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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    Quote Originally Posted by m0ckious View Post
    Im going to be running it all off of the NiNe4 and am going to bridge the 7ks since they are d4 but can you bridge comps? (sorry Im very novice when it comes to car audio) and Yeah, I was thinkin about gettin some Rainbow SLC265 comps, but are they really worth the money?
    Yes, they are! And if you like a little sharper tweeter (like me), the CMX set with the CAL25 Titanium tweeter is the way to go.

    Seems a little expensive, but the quality of sound will be hard to beat on another set in the Rainbow's price range.



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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    i have a set of diamomd s600s if your interested



    set up
    97 acura integra gsr
    Hu- pioneer premier 860
    front stage- seas lotus refs/1 active
    comp amp- tru steel s45
    sub amp- tru s500
    Sub- SI magv4
    Refs:
    diymobileaudio.com entityofme, ogredave, oldoneeye, bigred
    Caraudio.com- excelerater(bought), tukn18s(bought), zero gauge(soldto),3.5max6speed(bought)abra(sold)to)Adk Mike(sold to)thepreludedude(sold)tyler_fitz(sold)
    team-integra.net teggsr22 6feedback all pos
    ebay buttanesca over 100 + all pos feedback

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    Re: Best 6.5" Comps for this set up..

    Ive got a 98 Toyota Tacoma and it looks from what Ive measured Im going to need a good set of "SLIM" comps...

    was looking at
    DLS RS6 and CDT EF-61NEO

    any suggestions?




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