So I found these old school components....

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They don't make em like this anymore









 

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Look how big that x-over is!

Where on earth do you mount something like that?!

 
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JoshC

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Look how big that x-over is!
Where on earth do you mount something like that?!
Lol I'm going to run them active, but yea there heavy as hell too

 

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Look how big that x-over is!
Where on earth do you mount something like that?!
Under the seat works great!!//content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/thumbsupwink.gif.129404938effda6ad9cca39e7f4b58a3.gif

 

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My vehicles have plenty room under the dash.

 
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From what im reading these are some of the greatest audiophile grade speakers the late 90s produced

 

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Poly caps, ribbon coils.. No expense spared in that crossover.

I doubt the drivers themselves are that special compared to what's available these days, but those "high end" component sets of days gone by gave you some really nice passive crossovers.

 
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