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    Polk MM6501

    So I'm looking to replace all my factory speakers in my car this break and I was at the store the other day and listened to some Polk Audio MM6501's with Polk Audio db 651s's for my back door coaxials and thought they sounded amazing. I was almost instantly sure I was going to get them, especially cause I went in lookin and Kappas and was not very impressed. But, I was wondering your opinions? I saw a thread on here talking about Hex's being better but I'm not even sure what speaker that is referencing heh.

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    Re: Polk MM6501

    have you checked out the Polk SR6500? those sound sweeet!!




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    Re: Polk MM6501

    They do look pretty nice but thats out of my price range. Those are $900 but the ones I am looking at are $320




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    Re: Polk MM6501

    I have 2 sets of the MM's in my Trailblazer running off of a RF 600-4 4 channel amp. I had the infinity 6.5's in my old truck before this one, and I wish I had never wasted the money on them. I'd definitely go with the Polks, but they are a power hungry component set.




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    Re: Polk MM6501

    Quote Originally Posted by soldiermedic View Post
    I have 2 sets of the MM's in my Trailblazer running off of a RF 600-4 4 channel amp. I had the infinity 6.5's in my old truck before this one, and I wish I had never wasted the money on them. I'd definitely go with the Polks, but they are a power hungry component set.
    polk mm's are excellent




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