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    Silver flutes or a complete comp set

    So heres the deal...ive head alot of good things about the solver flutes...would be cool to try them out i think, but there out of stock for a bit so...

    I have about $150 to spend on comps...i have spx-177r crossovers bought from that $150 and about $30 for tweeters.

    Should i go this route or just spend $150 on a complete setup. My goal is to have a good sounding front end but one that also provides frequencies down to 50-70 hz.



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    Re: Silver flutes or a complete comp set

    here is a $125 set and a $175 set both brand new he is a dealer, so u can try the cheaper ones or spend extra $25 and maybe sell the crossovers u have now to make up for the $25

    Component Sets - Ck6 and VK6 for sale... - DIYMA.com

    i have never used them but supposedly the $175 set is nice



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