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    Dayton 5 1/4's

    I found out that I can put 5 1/4 in my doors so I started looking around. On Parts Express I came across the Dayton Aluminum 5 1/4's. They are cheap and have a fairly small mounting depth. Has anybody used these and what do you think of them?

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    Re: Dayton 5 1/4's

    They have a very low RMS rating, they are 8 ohms, and the frequency range is not what you would want for a speaker to listen to. with that you would need to buy a set of tweeters and possibly crossovers. They dont cost very much at all, I personally wouldnt expect them to be anywhere near good.




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