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    Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Or has someone found something better/same for the same/less amount of money?



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    CDT ftw



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulThompson229 View Post
    CDT ftw
    any model in particular?



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Price range? Woofers etc is having a huge sale on CDT sets



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulThompson229 View Post
    CDT ftw
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    cant go wrong with anything cdt.













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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Oh and what size set do you need? 2 or 3 way?



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    my alumapro alc 6.2s with no shipping are the best bang for the buck



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulThompson229 View Post
    Price range? Woofers etc is having a huge sale on CDT sets
    i'm eyeballing a set of pg rsd 6" comps on ebay for 60 shipped... idk if i can find anything better for the price


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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by tyler_fitz View Post
    i'm eyeballing a set of pg rsd 6" comps on ebay for 60 shipped... idk if i can find anything better for the price


    *edit* 2 way

    Can you save up another $40 and get a set of classics? Btw this is an authorized dealer not e-bay so you get a good factory warrenty not some random seller who says he'll warrenty his stuff and never make good on their promises.

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=5207



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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    If you have time, do it piece by piece. I picked up
    a pair of arc (rainbow) passives for $9 shipped off ebay.
    I could have got a pair of vifa tweeters off diyma
    for $25 shipped and a pair of Mpyre mids for $50. That
    type system should stack up at least as good as the
    PG's.




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    Re: Are PG RSDs still the best bang for the buck comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulThompson229 View Post
    Can you save up another $40 and get a set of classics? Btw this is an authorized dealer not e-bay so you get a good factory warrenty not some random seller who says he'll warrenty his stuff and never make good on their promises.

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=5207
    CL-61i's are a lot better at the same price....



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