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    Focal Polyglass V Boston Pro50

    Where are these Focal Polyglass seperates rating between PG RSDs, and Boston Pro50s? I had a set of RSDs in my old car and liked them, but felt they were missing somthing, so I'm looking between the polyglasses and Pro50s for my Kia. I need 5-1/4 size, and I thought the polyglass sounded pretty good when I demoed them today.

    Anyone know where they rate compared to the Pro50s. I will have 180x2@4 on tap

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    Re: Focal Polyglass V Boston Pro50

    I'd go with the Polyglass. They are great sounding speakers.



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    Re: Focal Polyglass V Boston Pro50

    Because the Polyglass are so expensive (hear good, but bright tweeter), thats not exactly what I wanted. I was looking for a loud, but not overly bright tweeter and good tonal balance with good midbass. I found the Polk MMC6500 Momo component set and EVERY **** review on that set says they are great. In the past I've loved polk, and I've been wanting to try out their MOMO set..So I will be purchasing these with some cheap kicker or alpine 5-1/4 coaxs for the rear deck.

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    Re: Focal Polyglass V Boston Pro50

    I would vote the polks...I use to love those speakers...might right them again one day

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