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    High power components?

    I'm looking for some suggestions. I need a set of 6.5 components that can handle a lot of power. I pushing 175-200 watts to the front speakers. So far everything that I've put in I end up blowing. What would you suggest. Thanks John.







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    Re: High power components?

    i got 300 active watts for my rsd's. don't know how much of that is really being used, you never really know.



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    Re: High power components?

    How long did it take your speakers to blow out?

    Im looking for new, powerful components myself. Im kinda partial to the Fosgate 6.5in 100w RMS 2-way components:
    http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/produ...n_US&p_status=

    I havent bought them and cant speak for their actual quality, but I love fosgate so I think I will end up getting these unless other people reply with better suggestions :p




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    Re: High power components?

    CDT-ES's would handle that easily



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    Re: High power components?

    john you got a PM



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    Re: High power components?

    Alteraudio...good guy to deal with



    System:
    Kenwood KDC-X991 (w/KCA-iP200)
    Sundown SAZ-1500D - Sundown SAX-100.4
    (2) TC Sounds TC-1000's - CDT ES-62i (w/200z xover)

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    Wheatley custom tune - Magnaflow exhaust & cats
    SB Filters air intake - 260amp Iraggi alternator

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    Sold To: morgans432, elminster, sundownz, flipside1212, getlikeme
    Bought From: djdilliodon, denim

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