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    Alpine SPX-17PRO components

    These seem pretty nice. I was looking at Focal 165KF Poly Kevlar K2 Power Series , but these handle more power for about the same money or maybe even a lil less. What are the thoughts on these? I am probably gonna go with 2 15" RE XXX subs and 2 T20001BD amps to power them, so of course I need components to match so I am not drowning them out. Also what amps are recommended for the SPX-17PROs, if they come recommended for my application.
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    p.s. I have a buddy who has four 6.5" component setups under his back window and components in the front doors too in his Mitsubishi Eclipse (it sounds nice!). I am willing to spend the $$ on some extra components in the name of NOT drowning mids and highs out.



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    Re: Alpine SPX-17PRO components

    That sounds like a nice system you plan on building. I have experienced both comps you are looking at and IMO take the K2Ps...




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    Re: Alpine SPX-17PRO components

    Quote Originally Posted by lyttleviet View Post
    That sounds like a nice system you plan on building. I have experienced both comps you are looking at and IMO take the K2Ps...

    Thanks!! I'm very excited!
    The Focal comps I was looking at in comparison to the SPX-17PRO were the 165KFs. They are about $200 or so cheaper than the K2Ps. The K2Ps handle 100w rms and the 165KFs handle 80w rms.
    Thanks for your input!



    2001 Chevy Suburban
    **TONS of mechanical upgrades, but that isn't what this site is for, so the Electronics are as follows...
    ---Alpine HU
    ---Alpine ERE-G180 EQ
    ---Headrest TVs/DVD player
    ---Rockford T8004 for the components
    ---RE XXX 6.5" Components (150rms -- 2 ohms)
    ---2-Rockford T10001BD amps, 1 to each sub
    ---2-FI BL 15" (fully loaded) subs
    ---2-1 Farad digital capacitors for now, adding a Kinetik battery soon
    ---0 Gauge wiring
    ---Dual alternators coming soon

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    Re: Alpine SPX-17PRO components

    I just found some RE XXX 6.5" components on eBay for $280 shipped. They handle 150w rms...Anyone heard anything good/ran these??



    2001 Chevy Suburban
    **TONS of mechanical upgrades, but that isn't what this site is for, so the Electronics are as follows...
    ---Alpine HU
    ---Alpine ERE-G180 EQ
    ---Headrest TVs/DVD player
    ---Rockford T8004 for the components
    ---RE XXX 6.5" Components (150rms -- 2 ohms)
    ---2-Rockford T10001BD amps, 1 to each sub
    ---2-FI BL 15" (fully loaded) subs
    ---2-1 Farad digital capacitors for now, adding a Kinetik battery soon
    ---0 Gauge wiring
    ---Dual alternators coming soon

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