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    ID or Hertz

    Which would you choose? Are they even on the same level with each other?



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    Re: ID or Hertz

    In terms of what? I'd chose ID subs over Hertz, but Hertz speakers of ID.



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    Re: ID or Hertz

    Well I'm looking at getting either the ID CTX or the Hertz HSK165



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    Re: ID or Hertz

    which sets are you looking into???
    how much are you willing to spend????
    both are great companies with good to great comp sets
    sub-the IDmax is a nice beast, & the hertz ML3000 is amazing as well
    both companies give you options for you to chose active or passive,




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    Re: ID or Hertz

    ID CTX, do you have any apms??




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    Re: ID or Hertz

    I don't have an amp yet.



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    Re: ID or Hertz

    Also, which one's don't require that much tuning? I got an Alpine 9884 as a gift and I don't plan on getting rid of it. So I want which ever sound best right off the bat.



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    Re: ID or Hertz

    The ID CTX65 comps have very nice midmass, smooth detailed tweeters and very natural sounding mids. ID FTW IMO.




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