Stock speakers are blown looking for replacements

audiobaun

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Hu I have a 99 g20 and my stock speakers are blown and need to be replaced. I'm looking at some speakers around 200$. I have a jvc kd-x370bts head unit and a JL 300/4 amp already.

Speakers I'm leaning towards right now.
Polk DB coaxial

Been hearing good things about CDT and they are having a sale on some speakers
COM-626CR Front Rear Package.

Open to other options, Im looking for good bass I listen to mostly hip hop but a little of everything else too.
Thanks
These would be just fine in the rear doors on the amplifier also

 

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If I get that CDT set I should just run one channel from my amp to eash for 75watts rms each or bridge it for the fronts and run the rears off the head unit?
I would bridge it for the front and run the rear off head unit. you can always try it both ways and see how it sounds.
 

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For a replacement mid I'd run some silverflutes. At 35bucks a door they are a steal. Only downside is you ideally would crossed them over at 2600hz and down which means you would want a larger format tweeter in order to play down to the crossover point of the mid. Or a 3 way with a 2-3inch midrange.

Personally I don't do rear fill.
 

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I'm leaning towards the pyle pdmw6 but also found these
Might be good for good midbass for the rear deck, what u guys think?

Also have heard a lot of good things about those silver flutes.

I'm just mainly looking for bass out of the rear speakers
 

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Had time over the weekend to pull out those image dynamics and boy was I in for a surprise.
I had previously only took off the driver side door panel and took those photos. When I got to the passenger side I found DLS ultimate series woofer and tweeter. So that explains those crossovers, and bad sound quality.

So I'm now looking at a new set of speakers for the front, looking to spend 100- 200$

Replace them with new image dynamics and than I would have backup woofer and tweeter?

Nvx N series
https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item-193675-NVX-NSP65KIT.html

Nvx v series what's the diff bc same price as N series

Nvx x series

Alpine type s
https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item-145659-Alpine-Type-S-S-S65C.html


Jbl stage 3

Jbl club
https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item-189377-JBL-Club-602C.html

CDT hd65s

Ct strato

Ct meso


Deff looking for bass and soft sounding tweeters.
Door will be open baffle for now but will seal it later down the road. I have sound deadening and fast rings for now. Any suggestions much appreciated thanks
 

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FYI.. Ive never had any issues with any of my CDT speakers. Great speakers.
 

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Ended up ordering the nvx v series and installed them over the weekend. They are sounding great just working on tuning.
I am have some bad luck tho got everything in and was driving around for about an hour and my 500w alpine v power just cut out. Regular light is on indicating power on no flashing or anything. If I turn everything off and back on it will play for a few seconds and cut out again. All connections are solid, amp was warm to touch but cooler than my JL that's right next to it. I don't believe it would be the sub itself but going to check the impedance before I do anything else.
Did find a JBL 600w amp sale on Amazon for 150, are these any good or should I buy a used alpine?

Will repost amp q in amplifier section
Thanks for all the help guys
 
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