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    cadence XS804

    http://cadencesound.com/content/XS804.pdf

    So Im looking for some inexpensive speakers and some of you recommended cadence. So looking around I found these 8" speakers. I would think they would offer more mid bass than a 6.5". Their also inexpensive at under $50 shipped. So whats your opinions looking at the specs? Would I need to put them in boxes?







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    Re: cadence XS804

    Can you post the specs on this thread?
    And how are you planning to use them?



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    Re: cadence XS804

    4 50 bucks they will hard to be beat i would jump on them. i have rarely disappointed with cadence equipment. yes the 8's will feel louder due to more surface area.




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    Re: cadence XS804

    Quote Originally Posted by calebkhill View Post
    Can you post the specs on this thread?
    And how are you planning to use them?
    Cadence XS804 Full Range Car Speakers at Onlinecarstereo.com

    Power Handling:
    100W RMS
    300W Max Power
    General Features:
    Frequency Response: 40Hz – 20 kHz
    Sensitivity: 93dB @ 1w/1m
    System Impedance: 4 Ohms
    Mounting Depth: 3.23"
    Black Piano Finish, Acrylic Speaker Cone
    Translucent Smoke Finish Bridges
    Linear Progressive Conex Spider
    Polymide Dome Tweeters
    Capacitor Crossover Networks
    Super Slim Design Facilitates Easy Door Installation
    Extended Frequency Response Speakers
    80oz Magnet Structure Weight
    Includes Complete Pair with Grills, Installation Hardware, and Color-Coded Speaker Wire




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    Re: cadence XS804

    Should I use these as my front speakers with a single 10" sub, or, use these components: Polk Audio DB6501, and put these 2 8's in the rear in boxes for some decent bass?




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