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    help on choosing comps

    seeing how i am on a tight budget i was searching online and found a set that to me looks ok but i would like the opinion of some of you before i go ahead and buy something that is not worth it
    thanks in advance for the help

    http://sonicelectronix.com/item_9206...yval+V65C.html







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    Re: help on choosing comps

    go with the RSD65cs. much better speakers than the ryvals



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    thanks i guess im going to have to save up some more unless anyone has any suggestions on a set in the same price range as the ones i listed




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    You can get brand new RSd65cs's on ebay for under $90 including shipping. That's a hard deal to beat.




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    x3 on the RSDs

    what are you going to be amping them with? If you dont have an amp, I suggest Profile amps, they are good budget amps for those who dont want to spend alot



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    i will be powering the components with a JBL CS60.4




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    oo what are the specs when the amp is bridged it puts out 140x2, it should make those PGs sound really nice, just set your gains right and you should be fine



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    yea i was thinking on bridging it seeing as these will be the only speakers in the truck
    how is the midbass on these?
    im highly doubtful that i can fit any kind of sub in this truck so i want something with good midbass
    the trucks a 95 chevy s10 single cab




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    From what I hear, these components have really good midbass!!



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    ok i think im going to be purchasing theat set when i get the money
    now does anyone have any suggestions on what i should do as far as a substage? i have a real limited amount of room in this truck




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    For a substage check out the Kicker CVT line, pretty much the same as the CVR's but shallow mount. Either that or you could look into some 8's but I think mounting depth is going to be your biggest issue, and the shallow mounts will have a smaller mount depth then many 8's



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    The treo SSi 8 is an awesome 8". i think it's 500w rms. I'm planning to run a couple of those in my car. I think it'll work great in your truck



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    Re: help on choosing comps

    yea i was looking into those kickers but i was wondering if they had good output all the shallow mount subs that i have had experience with didnt really have much output




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    cvt's sound pretty nice for a shallow mount sub




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    Re: help on choosing comps

    thanks as soon as i get the funds i will be ordering the comps and 2 cvts




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