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    6 X 9 Problems

    I have a 85 Ford EXP and it is a hatchback ride. Well, I was wondering if a pair of 6 X 9's would sound best in a small enclosure? Also, where is the cheapest, absoultely cheapest place online to get a pair of 6 X 9's online, because i am taking the 6 X 9's out of my old car to put in the EXP, so i need some really super cheap replacements. (the factory's in that car are blown.)







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    Re: 6 X 9 Problems

    6.5's will sound better then 6x9's because 6x9's distort at high volumes because of thier oval shape. If you really want 6x9's wal-mart has some for $20. That is pretty cheap.



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