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    PG RSD-65CS Setup

    Comps in front
    Coax in back
    PDX-4.100
    CDA-9884

    How would this sound without a sub? Don't wanna spend too much money, just replacing the stock stuff in my Civic.







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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    Atl Represent!




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    I am about to run my pg RSD's 6.5 off a kicker zx650.4




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    wow thats quite some power there lol. Let me know how it takes it.




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_kebo View Post
    wow thats quite some power there lol. Let me know how it takes it.
    lol its only 125 @ 4ohm thats about normal to what people are giving them




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    arnt they 120 max tho?



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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    It will be more than 125 actual ouput.




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    They sound real good on 100w+. Youll get good misbass and overall balance. Have fun



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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    I was actually considering a ZX 850.4 for mine. They take the 120 im sending them now and seem to want more.




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    Would it be better to skip rear fill and just bridge the amp to the front comps? Then run stock speakers with HU. Would 200+ watts to each component be too much?




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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    my set is still going strong running active on 200 watts per mid and 100 watts per tweet ( even with the tweets crossed at 2.5k).



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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    id say skip the rears and brdged the rears to power a small sub the front channel is enough to power the passives. you will enjoy the rsds better that way imo...



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    Re: PG RSD-65CS Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by lohman View Post
    Would it be better to skip rear fill and just bridge the amp to the front comps? Then run stock speakers with HU. Would 200+ watts to each component be too much?
    Yes, and then go with an active crossover on your fronts and call it a day, you will be VERY happy... I am VERY happy... did I mention these speakers make me VERY happy?




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