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HELP with Comp. 6.5" Speakers--NEW Alpine Type X or JL C5650 or Infinity Perfect 600

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Hi Guys

 

I'm looking at these 3 sets that the local show has. I like that they have the 1" tweeters so that I can use them in the stock tweeter spot.

 

Witch of these 3 do you like the best and why?

 

Thanks for any info.

 

JL C5

C5-650 - Car Audio - C5 - Component Systems - JL Audio

 

Perfect 600

https://www.infinityspeakers.com/component-sys/INFINITY+PERFECT+600.html

 

Alpine Type X

https://alpine-usa.com/product/view/x-s65c

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This set.https://www.cdtaudio.com/main_series/cl/cl62.php

But add the 550i xover and drt26 tweeter. They will run about 380 or so.


i told wife guy on here pm'ed me wanting to buy my amp she said tell him it not fs (cause she knows i'll spend more $ on new one) and told her i wanted d2 sub for bday next week she said tell ya'll i'm to old to go down to 1ohm lol..

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out of those I'd lean on the alpine. if the tweeter wasn't too big I'd suggest the new Memphis viv components but it's tweeter I'd much larger.

 

now while I'm prolly not 100% factually true it is my experience that smaller tweeters have issues crossing over at low frequencies say 2500-3000hz and that most people typically cross them higher at 2800-3500hz to prolong tweeter life.

 

if you have to cross that high the mid now has to make up foe it by playing higher in the band pass. some mids get muddy when you cross them high. typically a light paper/cellulose cone helps with this and a nice strong motor like the neo in the alpine should also help.


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I looked at the Perfect's and they look good but I have never heard them. The cross over is BIG.

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Hi Guys

 

I'm looking at these 3 sets that the local show has. I like that they have the 1" tweeters so that I can use them in the stock tweeter spot.

 

Witch of these 3 do you like the best and why?

 

Thanks for any info.

 

JL C5

C5-650 - Car Audio - C5 - Component Systems - JL Audio

 

Perfect 600

https://www.infinityspeakers.com/component-sys/INFINITY+PERFECT+600.html

 

Alpine Type X

https://alpine-usa.com/product/view/x-s65c

 

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I tend to believe JL Audio backs up the complicated scientific principals when it comes to the higher end products.

 

 

 

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None of the above. The Cdt or the hertz or even just build a set. You might be better off that way


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I really like my Perfect 600's.


Head Unit: Pioneer Avic-5201NEX

Amplifiers: Orion XTR1000.4, Alphard DB-2000.1D

Front Speakers: Infinity Perfect 600 Components

Rear Speakers: Image Dynamics ID6.5

Subwoofers: 2 JL Audio 12TW3-D4

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I really like my Perfect 600's.

 

You have the Perfect 600's ? I would love to hear what you think of them and what other speakers you were looking at when you got them?

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