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    PG RSD's vs. CDT

    would it be worth the extra cash to go with the CDT CL-51A /CL-51A-25PRO's... or just go with the PG RSD's?

    I need 5.25" for my stock door location.

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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    I thought the RSD's were only 6.5"s, but I could easily be very wrong
    I heard a set of RSD's, and they kick the crap outta my alpines, which I thought sounded good. I'd just save the cash and go with the rsd boner if I were you, but I've never heard/seen the CDT's though



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    rsd's can be purchased in 6.5, 6 and 5.25



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    After all Ive been reading the Rsd would be the way to go, for the price. I think I might buy a set myself.




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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    I've heard the Classic series from CDT aren't that good. I'd just go with the RSDs.



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    I've had both. Currently running the PG. The midbass on the RSD's are 10X that of the CDT. I like the CDT tweets better, but just marginally.

    I say RSD hands down. Plus they can take more abuse.


    EDIT: I should mention that I am running 6.5



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    sounds like the RSD's are they way to go.. 'preciate it




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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    Same exact thing I have been wondering, except I am kind of looking at the CDT EF-61FG, which are better than the classics.



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    Quote Originally Posted by Pl8er View Post
    I've had both. Currently running the PG. The midbass on the RSD's are 10X that of the CDT. I like the CDT tweets better, but just marginally.

    I say RSD hands down. Plus they can take more abuse.


    EDIT: I should mention that I am running 6.5
    they can take a TON of power! i'm using a DD S4 on my RSD's active and they take it just fine.... and of course sound good



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    they can take a TON of power! i'm using a DD S4 on my RSD's active and they take it just fine.... and of course sound good
    Take it from the official RSD cheerleader folks.....


    You definitely are vocal about the products that you like....nothing wrong with that of course...



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    Re: PG RSD's vs. CDT

    Quote Originally Posted by dftnz7 View Post
    Take it from the official RSD cheerleader folks.....


    You definitely are vocal about the products that you like....nothing wrong with that of course...
    Haha, the "RSd cheerleader" is the one who convinced me to get them for my car. Thank god he did! I love my PG's

    I'd recommended them to ANYONE for the cost! $87 is unbeatable!



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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwolf909 View Post
    Haha, the "RSd cheerleader" is the one who convinced me to get them for my car. Thank god he did! I love my PG's

    I'd recommended them to ANYONE for the cost! $87 is unbeatable!
    is that $87 shipped???




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    Quote Originally Posted by SVT RELAMPAGO View Post
    is that $87 shipped???
    yes they can be found for $87 shipped, i had to pay tax to though since the seller i got them from was in NY.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SVT RELAMPAGO View Post
    is that $87 shipped???
    Yessir. To your door for $87

    Best $87 I ever spent hehehe



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    Quote Originally Posted by dftnz7 View Post
    Take it from the official RSD cheerleader folks.....


    You definitely are vocal about the products that you like....nothing wrong with that of course...
    what else have i been so "vocal" about? lol

    i just think for $87 they are amazing, especially amazing that they are surviving on an amp that can deliver 300+ watts a side to them active. rated at 60 watts rms for the set run passive but yet surviving 300 watts active for $87. what other set for $87 can do that?



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