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    4x6" speakers

    I'm looking to put new front speakers in my suburban I want to spend around $150. Went to BB they only had pioneer and alpine in stock and i hated the way both of these sounded, so I called crutchfield and the guy reccomended these Infinity Kappa 462.7 cfp. Are these any good or could someone tell me if there is a better speaker for around the same price?



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    Re: 4x6" speakers

    With an adapter, which you can either buy on ebay or build your own from MDF, you can fit a 6.5" speaker in the same spot you had the 4x6. You will get much more cone area for better bass response. Plus it opens up many choices of drivers in your price range. Even components if you want them.




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    Re: 4x6" speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by XanderMoser View Post
    With an adapter, which you can either buy on ebay or build your own from MDF, you can fit a 6.5" speaker in the same spot you had the 4x6. You will get much more cone area for better bass response. Plus it opens up many choices of drivers in your price range. Even components if you want them.
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    Re: 4x6" speakers

    boston acoustics 746's. it is basically a 4" component set in a 4x6 plate. hands down the best sounding 4x6 on the market.




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