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    speaker advice

    i put some cheap walmart road master speakers in my truck and i dont like them they sound fuzzy and just dont sound good my question is wat are some good 6.5" speakers for around $50.... i was llooking at these but idk much about them wat do u think http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-PIONEER-TS-G...QQcmdZViewItem


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    Re: speaker advice

    If you want Coax around that price i'd go this route.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/PAIR-PHOENIX-GOL...QQcmdZViewItem




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    Re: speaker advice

    Anything you buy will sound better than those RoadMasters. Those things are teh suk.

    And x2 on the Phoenix Gold's listed above...



    2000 Monte Carlo SS
    -Head Unit: Kenwood KDC-x491
    -Front Speakers:Phoenix Gold RSD6.5cs
    -Rear Speakers:Phoenix Gold RSD 6x9's
    -Components Amp:Pioneer 300w
    -Subs: 2-Phoenix Gold RSD12's
    -Sub Box: Custom sealed, 2.0 cu.ft per sub
    -Sub Amp: Kenwood KAC-9103D
    Quote Originally Posted by alex6999 View Post
    I have car with 300hp, and every start from traffic light i did with kikdown, and transmission, driveshaft or CV joints should not break. and listen music at maximum gain(when i did not hear distorsion) and speaker should take all power that i give to him.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikey7182 View Post
    Anyway, you probably aren't interested in all this as it will take some time to run through your 'Retard-to-English' online translator, so here are the cliff notes:

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    Re: speaker advice

    Quote Originally Posted by gamebucketman View Post
    If you want Coax around that price i'd go this route.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/PAIR-PHOENIX-GOL...QQcmdZViewItem
    those look nice




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    Re: speaker advice

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002BADX6?...0&linkCode=asn




    i found these the are only a r6.5 not the rsd6.5 not sure of the diff how do they look




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    Re: speaker advice

    PG Coax's are nice????




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    Re: speaker advice

    The Ryval's are better than your roadmasters, but the RSD series are considerably better than them. Either way, its going to be a huge improvement over what you have currently.



    2000 Monte Carlo SS
    -Head Unit: Kenwood KDC-x491
    -Front Speakers:Phoenix Gold RSD6.5cs
    -Rear Speakers:Phoenix Gold RSD 6x9's
    -Components Amp:Pioneer 300w
    -Subs: 2-Phoenix Gold RSD12's
    -Sub Box: Custom sealed, 2.0 cu.ft per sub
    -Sub Amp: Kenwood KAC-9103D
    Quote Originally Posted by alex6999 View Post
    I have car with 300hp, and every start from traffic light i did with kikdown, and transmission, driveshaft or CV joints should not break. and listen music at maximum gain(when i did not hear distorsion) and speaker should take all power that i give to him.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikey7182 View Post
    Anyway, you probably aren't interested in all this as it will take some time to run through your 'Retard-to-English' online translator, so here are the cliff notes:

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