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    Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    has anyone ever heard of the FNQ series components. i went on rockford fosgate and cant find this. can someone give me some background on these. are they an older model of a type rf or a power or what? also how do these sound lookin to get a 5.25 as my car only allows no bigger. 100rms 200 peak look pretty bad ***. remind me of the old type rf amps in the futuristic style but i cant find those anywhere either they must be an old model also.







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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    yah man those are pretty nice speakers
    feed them the nice clean 100w that the request and they will sound very very nice



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    Sub - 1x Rockford Fosgate RFP3412 ported box
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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    anyone else heard of this component set?




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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    I owned a set of the 3614 and they are very nice sounding speakers. Pretty smooth and not to harsh on the aluminum tweeter. In my opinion a good speaker for the money.



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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    what would be better for the same price? the fanatic q 5.25 component set or the Power series 5.25 component set. both sets run $200 even and stats seem very similiar. im goin with 5.25s i guess since 6.5s would require cutting and i dont think its worth it.
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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...oductID=14413#

    2004 power 5.25 components


    http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=12520
    or the 2003 type rf 5.25 components


    same price...
    thanks a bunch




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    Re: Rockford Fosgate FNQ3514

    dude get the fantic q

    those power are newer, yes, but there a model below

    the fantic q are a year older model of the TYPE RF which is 1 model higher than the POWER series



    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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