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    Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    I kinda want opinions on which of these options would be the best keeping in mind the price. Ive got a lot of options in the 140-160 range here, and im wondering which of these would be the most worth the money, then ive got a few for about 220-230 range. For the money, which would be my best deal?


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    2 12" Eclipse SW7124DVC.T4's (221$)
    2 12" Eclipse SW6123.4's (141$)
    2 12" Pioneer Premier's TS-W126DVC (150$)
    2 12" Kicker Comp's CVR12's (175$)
    2 12" Rockford Fosgate P212S4's (159$)



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    I'd say the Type Rs, then Kicker, then Pioneer. Take the other three, throw them in the air and whichever one hits the ground first gets 4th place.



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    type r , then cvr



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    Quote Originally Posted by germanyt
    I'd say the Type Rs, then Kicker, then Pioneer. Take the other three, throw them in the air and whichever one hits the ground first gets 4th place.

    what he said



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    you should take a look at my sig for sale thread. I have 3 different pairs of 12's for sale for a great price



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    this is impossible, i know the type r's and the higher end eclipses are gonna be better, but i wonder if they are that much better that i should spend an extra 75$ for them, and the ones right around 150, i have no idea, ive never heard any of them, so thats just a toss up, so i really would just like to get as many opinions on these as possible, but thats for the input.



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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    Type R's

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    Re: Which one of these is the best bang for the buck?

    Ditto type R's




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