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    I have a 2004 colorado ext cab and I have 6.5's and tweeter spots up front and 6.5 in spots in the back. Now should I get 1 set of Oz audio Matrix elite comps for the front, or 2 pairs of there Vector comps one set in front and one in back?Ok what do you guys think would sound better?



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    One set of comps for the front stage.




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    its generally personal preference. a properly setup front set of speakers wont even need rears. however, if u drive people around a lot and care about them, u might want to get 2 sets of speakers then.




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    If you must have rear speakers, then just keep the stockers in there and run them off the HU for now. But pick up the Matrix Elite's for the front right now.




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