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    upgrading to component speakers

    hey everyone. i was juzt wondering what would you guys recommend for a great set of comp speakers? i am running 2 S12L7's if that helps any. i have a 98 ford escort se. 6.5's front and 6x9's rear. i was possibly looking at this set of comp's: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_2024.html# does anyone know if these would be any good or is there better for the money? any input is appreciated!







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    Re: upgrading to component speakers

    the type rs will b much better than the type s's, or u could look into infinity, pioneer, rockford, jus to throw some brands out there



    Car - 04' Honda Civic Si, silver

    Deck - Clarion ProAudio DXZ835MP
    Fronts - Alpine Type-R SPR-136A (5.25" comps w/ 1" tweet)
    Speaker Amp - MTX Thunder404
    Sub - 1x Rockford Fosgate RFP3412 ported box
    Sub Amp - Rockford Fosgate Punch 150S
    Wiring - power/ground 4guage, speaker 16guage

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