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    Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Just want opinions of which components and 6x9's do you guys like better. Polk or JL. I know JL is more expensive but I am not worried about that. Just for your information I have a 2004 civic EX coupe.







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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Go to Circut City to hear the Polks for yourself and see if you like them. I like them, but I do feel that you could get better speakers for the prices they are asking. As for the JL, I've ONLY heard from others that they are really good in the Sound Quailty department. I've never heard them myself.. of course where you put the tweeters for the components will play a part on what sounds good.




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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    i can't even remember the last time i was in someone else's car and thought "wow, their highs sound awsome", i'm so used to mine nothing really feels as good, but thats just my opinion.



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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Quote Originally Posted by RiPPiNiTuP7
    i can't even remember the last time i was in someone else's car and thought "wow, their highs sound awsome", i'm so used to mine nothing really feels as good, but thats just my opinion.
    what kind do you have?




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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Quote Originally Posted by Boltonic
    what kind do you have?
    2 sets of the xr525's.



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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Quote Originally Posted by RiPPiNiTuP7
    2 sets of the xr525's.
    and they sound sweet? Cool




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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Quote Originally Posted by Boltonic
    what kind do you have?

    Its in his sig...




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    Re: Polk Components and 6x9 vs JL Components and 6x9s

    Why do you want 6x9's? round speakers have always sounded better to me but if you must go with 6x9's, I would choose the JL's




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