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    best bang for the buck componets

    looking for some clean sounding but yet loud comps for under $200



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    crystal sscs6



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Pg RSD65cs



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Quote Originally Posted by ls2poweredgoat View Post
    Pg RSD65cs
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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Quote Originally Posted by ls2poweredgoat View Post
    Pg RSD65cs
    Wouldn't pay more than $70 for a new set of these, but yes, they are very good for the price.

    I like my PPI 355cs comps.




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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Polk momo's off ebay



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    digital designs are nice at 140ish . i have them and love them



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    audioque comps are suppose to be very nice to rite at 200.00



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Quote Originally Posted by stocker08 View Post
    Wouldn't pay more than $70 for a new set of these, but yes, they are very good for the price.

    I like my PPI 355cs comps.

    whats PPI?




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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Precision Power ?



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    cool




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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    Alpine SPX-17REF



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    Re: best bang for the buck componets

    cdt's got a nice set the cl-61i's are nice..bravox audio also has some nice choices pm me if you are interested..



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