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    Help me out with my STI(Need 6.5 shallow front and 5.25 rear)!

    First of all, I have a 2006 Subaru STI. I'm looking to get the Eclipse CD5030 as my HU. I have a JBL 1400.1 amp to run my sub I'm going down to a single P1224, was running duals in my last car. I don't have an amp picked out yet for the setup, and I'm looking for speakers right now. $200 is my budget for front components. There is room for tweets up front, but none in the rear. The fronts have to be shallow mount.

    I'm considering these speakers(I'm going to go listen to them tomorrow if the store in town still has them) JBL GTO608C

    I am planning on using either Damplifier Pro, or RAAMmat BTXII for deadening in the front doors, and trunk. Should I worry about the rear doors?







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    Re: Help me out with my STI(Need 6.5 shallow front and 5.25 rear)!

    I think you should deaden the whole car. cuts back on road noise and vibrations from the sound waves your speakers are producing.




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    Re: Help me out with my STI(Need 6.5 shallow front and 5.25 rear)!

    those comps are 109 shipped on ebay..




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