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    Contemplating switching my alpine type-r's for cdt's

    I have been checking out the reviews and all the info on the cdt components. I heard the alpine 176a's and liked them, so I bought them. I really want great, loud SQ from the components but there's no way for me to hear the cdt's. I was thinking about getting the cdt es-620's, but again I haven't nor can I hear them. Any opinions?







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    Re: Contemplating switching my alpine type-r's for cdt's

    Since you can't hear the CDT's ...

    Why swap out the Alpines for something you're not sure if you're going to like (I don't have your ears) ? If you like the Alpine set, why get rid of them ?

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    Re: Contemplating switching my alpine type-r's for cdt's

    I was thinking the same thing, but I really want to have my new system rock. My last one was great, but I had a very limited budget at the time. I can pretty much get what I want now, within reason. (I don't plan on spending too much) So I wanted the cleanest, loudest SQ system I could get for around 2k-2.5k$. I just wanted to post to see if enough people really thought they were THAT much better than what I already have.




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    Re: Contemplating switching my alpine type-r's for cdt's

    I already have an HU and amps, I was going to spend like 500-1000 on two sets of components.
    Just FYI




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    Re: Contemplating switching my alpine type-r's for cdt's

    All I'm going to say is "interesting".

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