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I'm going to upgrade my stock speakers, but i don't know whether to get 4 3-way speakers or a pair of 2-way component sets. My car is a sedan, so i don't know how the component sets would sound without rear fill. Also, any suggestions on speakers or components? I plan to spend 200 to 300 dollars on either one.

 

DJ FURY
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Components man.I have a a great set of components up front with no rear fill and it sounds great.spend that 300 on a higher end comp system as opposed to 2 middle of the road components.

 

desi_daru
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i like how my front sounds, but imma still drop some cash on rear fill, personal preferance. plus i want every1 in my car to b like fuk it sounds good in front n back but then again thas jus my opinion.

 
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