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Planning on running a 100W X 4-channel amp through component speakers in the front and Alpine SPR-69s in the rear deck. I welcome suggestions on possible 100RMS component speaker choices under $200.

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Image dynamics CTX'S, sundown SA CS6.5's, rockfords T2 line with the new silk tweets. All good and under $200

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MS-62C is no longer available for under $200 for NIB sets from authorized sources. The original source of the $180 special got their hands slapped for not following the MAP policy.


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On their own, the watt ratings of speakers mean pretty much nothing. Ignore.

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