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Old 03-09-2017, 06:15 AM   #37
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If they're 4 ohms and at least 30w RMS, they'll work. If you buy a component set, you'll just end up paying more for a set of tweeter that you won't be using (although if they're on liquidation, they might be less expensive then the speaker set only).

Look for speakers that can go as low as 50-85Hz, although even a speaker rather to 50hz won't go that low unless it's a real subwoofer.

Kenwood is good, same for JVC, Pioneer, etc, but they also make cheap stuff so beware. I find them expensive for cheap quality sometimes compared to real professional brands, that's all. I have Rockford Fostgate Punch tweeter in my car and they are kick ass. They Punch Pro series speakers are bad ass too, but they're about $70 each, so that's out of your price range.



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Old 03-10-2017, 07:37 AM   #38
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If they're 4 ohms and at least 30w RMS, they'll work. If you buy a component set, you'll just end up paying more for a set of tweeter that you won't be using (although if they're on liquidation, they might be less expensive then the speaker set only).

Look for speakers that can go as low as 50-85Hz, although even a speaker rather to 50hz won't go that low unless it's a real subwoofer.

Kenwood is good, same for JVC, Pioneer, etc, but they also make cheap stuff so beware. I find them expensive for cheap quality sometimes compared to real professional brands, that's all. I have Rockford Fostgate Punch tweeter in my car and they are kick ass. They Punch Pro series speakers are bad ass too, but they're about $70 each, so that's out of your price range.



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It's not a problem to buy components and have 2 extra tweeters that I don't need. Maybe someday I will replace the stock tweeters with the others from the component package. I just have to figure out how to remove the a pillar.

I want to buy the best possible, for that amount of money. If components are better then I will go for them. If not I will buy mid bass speakers.

Hmmm it needs so much search to find the best buck for the money

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