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    Best 6 1/2 speakers to go with a PPI 900.4?

    Hey guys, new to car audio, looking to upgrade my whole set up and so far am going with a TC Epic 10 powered by a PPI 900.4, the guys in the sub section recommended I use channels 1, 2 for component speakers in the doors and then bridge 3, 4 at 450w for the sub.

    What 6 1/2 speakers would work best with the amount of power i'm working with? Looking to spend around 100-200 on these speakers + tweeters.







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    Re: Best 6 1/2 speakers to go with a PPI 900.4?

    What vehicle is this equipment for? Year, make, model, premium audio package?




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    Re: Best 6 1/2 speakers to go with a PPI 900.4?

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    What vehicle is this equipment for? Year, make, model, premium audio package?
    03 Nissan 350z, no premium packages.




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    Re: Best 6 1/2 speakers to go with a PPI 900.4?

    You'll need to buy or build spacers to fit aftermarket speakers. For your budget you can get components or a component+coaxial package. I recommend CDT Audio a lot as they give a lot of value for the money. With the current sale you can get the front/rear package for $199 plus shipping or just components for $149 plus shipping.
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    Any speaker set is going to need a safe high pass filter frequency on the amp as well as proper gain adjustment. That should not be a problem as long as the gain knob is not treated as a volume knob or "% of max power" knob. I have a customer who has a P900.4 powering stock speakers that has been operating that way for over a year with no issues at all, so it's about proper use of the equipment.




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