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    ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    i have a '07 new body silverado crew cab. I'm going to put the 6's in the doors and the tweets in the factory locations in the pillars. I will be putting the matching coaxs in the back doors. I'm thinking of a single 10 or 12 and a 5 ch. amp. Need some opinions. Thanks.







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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    id ctx65cs for sure




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    I'd's for sure and lil wayne ***** ****.




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Quote Originally Posted by joshualittle View Post
    I'd's for sure and lil wayne ***** ****.
    if you said so




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    bump




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    5channel amp are ... ok at best
    You better get a 2channel/4 channel to power the front stage, ditch the rear and then get a class d amplifier for the sub (or class a/b if low power)

    Just give 200watt per side for the ctx65cs, deaden the doors and you're set!




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    So... no reason to amp the back doors? The only reason i was going to do a 5 ch. is there isnt much room in these trucks for amps.




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    look for alpine amps. They do rated and are pretty small too. amps don't take place when you use your creativity :p




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Id's without a doubt. I was in the same boat as you about two weeks ago and I took ca.com's oppinions and went with the Id's. TRUST me you won't be upset.



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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Don't go with the alpine amps. NO balls ... Look into other options




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    ID CTX's sound so sweet you will not want to leave your car.




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoodlum007 View Post
    ID CTX's sound so sweet you will not want to leave your car.
    Thats the same way I feel about my Pioneers



    Headunit: Clarion VRX765VD
    Front stage: Pioneer Premier TS-D720C
    Rear fill: JBL 5x7 Coaxials
    Amps: Kicker kx600.4(highs) & MTX 81000D(subs)
    Box: 3.50ft^3 tuned@37hz ported
    Subs: 2x 12" JBL P1222's
    Electrical: 2ga/Big 3/Optima yellow top up front

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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCarFather View Post
    Thats the same way I feel about my Pioneers
    With the Pioneers you may not want to leave your car for hours with the ID's you dont want to leave your car for days.




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    Re: ID CTX65c vs Pioneer Tsd-720c

    Definitely the CTX65CS, they sound amazing for the money. I have a set myself and I can't complain at all.




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