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    loud comps while still sounding good?

    i have already thought about the AQ 6.5's, the pg rsd's and wanted to know if these would be good choices and what are some better ones? i will be buying a AQ 4x90 soon to power them unless i can find a better choice.....

    edit: and my price range is about 250







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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    pioneer makes some good comps for the money. i have the ones in my sig running on a 4ch bridged to 2 ch @about 250rms each.



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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Horns, bi-amped.




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Quote Originally Posted by thevic24 View Post
    pioneer makes some good comps for the money. i have the ones in my sig running on a 4ch bridged to 2 ch @about 250rms each.
    those look like they have potential, do you have any idea if they would outperform the AQ's or rsd's




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Quote Originally Posted by craudfan View Post
    those look like they have potential, do you have any idea if they would outperform the AQ's or rsd's
    never herd the aq's but there just as good if not better than the rsd's.



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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    My Kicker SS65.2's sound pretty good



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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    I use Infinity Reference Series 6022i speakers in my front and rear doors driven by a Rockford Fosgate P400-4 four channel amp in my 2003 Honda CRV. Those speakers go planty loud enough all the way to ear splitting levels. They sound great when played at any volume level and are not too expensive.




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcinvale View Post
    I use Infinity Reference Series 6022i speakers in my front and rear doors driven by a Rockford Fosgate P400-4 four channel amp in my 2003 Honda CRV. Those speakers go planty loud enough all the way to ear splitting levels. They sound great when played at any volume level and are not too expensive.
    tweeters are ear splitting and not in a good way, the rest is meh.
    From all the set I had, the cdts lines were the loudess with eqal power. Don't know what you can have for 250$, but i'm pretty sure it will be a nice set.

    also bridge your amp for sure. If the speakers can take it, you'll be happy, trust me




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Infinity Perfects 6.1

    I could say a thousand things about these speakers.

    Only down part is that they take months to break in.

    Up side is that they are always loud and they go from sounding awsome to unbelievable with time!

    Gotta have everything tight and good power so that they will perform at their full potential.




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    diamond hexes are ****ing amazing. I will never get another pair until i save up like at least 400 bucks



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    endyourdays.




    If all someone has to say about a comp set is that it "sounds good", I wouldn't believe 'em.




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    go for peerless like james



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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

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    endyourdays.




    If all someone has to say about a comp set is that it "sounds good", I wouldn't believe 'em.
    it hits hawd y0




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpine4life89 View Post
    diamond hexes are ****ing amazing. I will never get another pair until i save up like at least 400 bucks
    Why are they amazing?




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    Re: loud comps while still sounding good?

    Polk's are nice!! They are in your price range.




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