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    What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

    was on a few websites, and they have 6-1/2" speakers, but no 4 to 5-1/4" jammies. What are some good ones out there now??







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    Re: What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

    What's your price range?




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    Re: What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

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    Re: What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

    Look at some Infinity/JBL/Polk/MB Quart/Focal




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    Re: What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

    No 2-ways. maybe a passive Crossover . But definitely no coaxials




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    No 2-ways. maybe a passive Crossover . But definitely no coaxials
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    Re: What are some good 4" or 5-1/4" speakers??

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    No 2-ways. maybe a passive Crossover . But definitely no coaxials
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