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    Alpine Type X Components

    I was just woundering if anybody has had any experience with them and if so would you recomend them?







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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    Theres like 4 different sets.


    Pro's or refs?

    07's or 08-09's?



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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    Srry Pro's and 08-09's




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    I had a set for a little bit, never got around to installing them.

    VERY well built, and tons and tons of passive options. You can bi amp the crossovers, so you can send a certain amount of power to each of them.

    http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/...ro-review.html

    He did a great review of this set. It's worth taking a look at.



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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    I've got a pair of spx 17 pros and an old set of spx 177a's (circa 2004) installed. Until I bought my pros, the old 177a's were my favorite. The 177a's were built by vifa for alpine, and have endured years of abuse and still sound very good. The spx pro tweeter sounds amazing to me, clear and powerful without being sharp. The 6.5's have good mid bass and play quite low. I paid 350.00 online and feel their worth every penny. Retail pricing is absurd. (powered by 300/2)




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    Thanx for the help




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    could i power these with a 300/4 ? 75w per ch




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    75 per channel? Are you running an active crossover, or are you going to use the xover that the speakers come with? Your proably better bridging that amp and running all 4 off the passive xover, unless your going active.

    Have heard lots of good things about those speakers though.



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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    Quote Originally Posted by Tlan View Post
    could i power these with a 300/4 ? 75w per ch
    Bi-amp them on that or bridge it..
    ither way they sound great
    I have 300x2 on mine..
    JL Audio HD600/4 (150x4 or 300x2)



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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    well i just got them professionally installed
    i think they are just running off 75watt per chanel and they sound great !
    i have a x693 kenwood hu. these speakers blow away my JL VR 6" comps

    JL amps are underated for what they can put out




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    Quote Originally Posted by Tlan View Post
    well i just got them professionally installed
    i think they are just running off 75watt per chanel and they sound great !
    i have a x693 kenwood hu. these speakers blow away my JL VR 6" comps

    JL amps are underated for what they can put out
    oh really?



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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    i dunno it sounds good right now to me no distortion




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    Re: Alpine Type X Components

    i have a kenwood x693 and iam wondering if i should use the xovers on the HU or just use the filters on my amp for HP filter and slope ?
    i have it set on my 60hz for the fron 12db slope and 50hz 12db slop
    my rears are JL VR690 6x9
    i do not have sub




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