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    Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Ok so im looking all over the place for a really good set of 4inch componits. I am looking into the Rainbow SLC 210.25 NG's, and im also looking at the focal 100 Kp's,

    My question is, are the focals that much better than the Rainbows/? Enough to warrent a 350 dollar increase in price??

    Do you guys have any other suggestions for 4 inch componits??







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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Wow, 4"ers are popular these days. Been a few threads on them lately. I just bought a couple my self from Louisiana CRX. Nothing that high end or expensive though.

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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Well im pretty sure that i can only fit a 4inch mid in my 06 bmw 325i...

    Anyone else wana chime in with an opinoin on which ones i should go with??




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    I'm not sure how well 4" mids would preform, are you willing to build pods for larger speakers?



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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Dont think i can pods...




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Did you have to make 2 threads about it?



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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Sorry if you read the other thread i was asking a different question....




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    i can't help you out with the 4" question, but just so you know,

    you're asking about "components".



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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    i would take off your door panel to make sure a 4" mid is all you can fit. It may just be that you have a bose system or something like that which has a plastic enclosure when the actual opening once the enclosure is removed is much larger.

    this was the case with my car. i probably could have fit an 8" after i removed the bose enclosure lol.




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    Well the mids in the door are connected to the door panel...so im not sure how i could go about altering that??




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    rainbows are good stufff, owned some myself

    cant say nothing about focals but read good reviews




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    Re: Recomended 4 inch componits?

    1) Its components, not componits

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