View Poll Results: Best 5.25 comps W/75RMS

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  • Alpine SPR-13S

    5 29.41%
  • Pioneer TS-D520C

    5 29.41%
  • Polk db5251

    2 11.76%
  • Infinity Kappa 50.7cs

    1 5.88%
  • Rockford Fosgate T152S

    3 17.65%
  • kicker RS56.2

    1 5.88%
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    Best Comps on a Budget..

    looking for opinions on what people think are the Best comps on a budget ($100-$180) Im pushing 72rms@4ohms or 120rms@2ohms.

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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    ID CTX65cs's.




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    i love my cdt classics 100$ for a 6.5 with a nice tweeter, woofersect.com, im not sure if there on sale or not anymore, but i like mine alot



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    For $189 at onlinecarstereo.com u could get a set of diamond audio hex series s500s with silk tweeters. I recommended the kickers.cause I used to have a cheap set and they sounded great but I also had the diamonds I mentioned above and they even sounded way better than the kickers.




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    polk momo's arent bad either



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    my diamond hexes are amazing, i wouldn't give them up for anything right now under $300.




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    For $200 you can get the Pioneer Premier ts-c6720prs set....they sound great.



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    Zapco reference blue 5.25s for 250 shipped from me. BNIB



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    I am very interested in the The Diamond Audio D651a for my front stage I have found them for $160 shipped.. anyone have any other suggestions I wont be doing my rear stage for for a while so want these speakers to go loud...thank you




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    Get the diamonds. U'll be amazed




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    I second the Image Dynamics CTX65CS, they're awesome, I have them in my own car.




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    ctx65cs ftw




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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    pg rsds. Fact is, you just cant beat them for 60 bucs..



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    i my opinion alpine, i try tht in past time.but try DLS ...



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    Re: Best Comps on a Budget..

    I personally enjoy my Hertz Audio ESK165's. They get loud, aren't harsh while doing it, and can take a ridiculous amount of power. (granted, the more power, the more distorted. But they can take it.)


    EDIT:: Reading > me. I didn't see the 5.25" part. Not sure if Hertz has a 5.25" comp set.



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