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    need suggestions

    im looking for speaker and amp suggestions for my gfs car, its an 02 stratus, stock 6x9, i plan on giving her my old HU once i get my new one so im gonna use that, which has front/rear preouts.

    im looking to try to stay around 300 for all 4 speakers and amp to power them, i would like a pair of comps in the front and coax. speakers in the rear, ones that can sound crisp clear and smooth at high volumes, will be fine with coaxial speakers in the front, she wont know the difference but i wanna be able to enjoy it if im in the car lol.

    i was actually looking at a rockford r300-4 its only like 120 on ebay, does 50x4 (link = http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/produ...US&p_sta tus= )

    just need speaker suggestions, and amp for them, i just saw that and it seemed promising lol



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    Re: need suggestions

    anyone..? -_-



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    Re: need suggestions

    rsd's
    spend the rear money on deadening.



    Quote Originally Posted by thylantyr View Post
    You can make a killer SQL wall rear stage and when not driving, rotate your
    seat 180 degrees and you now have a front stage.

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    Re: need suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by eggyhustles View Post
    rsd's
    spend the rear money on deadening.
    not my car, not gonna bother deadening, and i have rsds in my own car.



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    Re: need suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by BeAlLsTaR13 View Post
    not my car, not gonna bother deadening, and i have rsds in my own car.
    none of that made sense to me. If you are doing something and thye want good sounding stuff with $300 why not throw the rsds with an amp and deadener in there???? You are willing to donate your cd player, but not the two hours to deaden some doors?




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    Quote Originally Posted by budahbuddy803 View Post
    none of that made sense to me. If you are doing something and thye want good sounding stuff with $300 why not throw the rsds with an amp and deadener in there???? You are willing to donate your cd player, but not the two hours to deaden some doors?
    not really a fan of deadening in 30-35 temperates, its ****

    besides, thats MY budget for them just for 4 speakers an an amp to power them, i plan on getting a sub and sub amp eventually as well

    besides, she said she wants rear fill.. theres always passengers back there.



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    Re: need suggestions

    Can't go wrong with the Pioneer D series. Great speakers.




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    Re: need suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by BeAlLsTaR13 View Post
    not really a fan of deadening in 30-35 temperates, its ****

    besides, thats MY budget for them just for 4 speakers an an amp to power them, i plan on getting a sub and sub amp eventually as well

    besides, she said she wants rear fill.. theres always passengers back there.
    Run the stocks off hu power

    boom...



    Quote Originally Posted by thylantyr View Post
    You can make a killer SQL wall rear stage and when not driving, rotate your
    seat 180 degrees and you now have a front stage.

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    Re: need suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by lyttleviet View Post
    Look at the ARC KS series. Solid set of speakers in that price range.
    never heard em personally.. i replied to your PM btw



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