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    DD coax's?

    Are they any good. For DD, they are cheap. Seems too good to be true...anyone have experience with em?







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    Re: DD coax's?

    they are alright, hat's are better though.
    I think the hat's are $50 more.
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    Re: DD coax's?

    Quote Originally Posted by wenn_du_weinst View Post
    they are alright, hat's are better though.
    I think the hat's are $50 more.
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    Re: DD coax's?

    I am a DD dealer here in NC and I can honestly say that I dont bother to sell them, very poorly constructed in my opinion and dont even try to get any midbass out off them cause you will probably tip the tinsel leads. Also on another not as WENN said the Hybrid Audio Mirus coaxials are amazing speakers




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    Re: DD coax's?

    I'll keep them in mind. But in my car, the tweeters are up in the corners of the dash and then the mids are in the doors. (2009 civic)




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    Re: DD coax's?

    I own the high end german dd components which are in my 04 accord. Expensive but they do sound amazing! Very smooth sounding and listenable



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    Re: DD coax's?

    Well for the money Pioneer TSD components are really nice and if you didnt mind spending the little extra the Hybrid Audio Imagine speakers are amazing




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