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ok i've got a clarion head unit with a clarion 6 disc changer and a crunch 400 watt amp ith an MTX thunder 6000 12" sub, any ides for some good speakers?


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How much $$ you got? On, the low end there's Infinity Kappa's (what I have), on the high end, there's Focal (what I want).


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What kind of speakers are you looking for? Highs, mids, tweets???? I would get rid of that Crunch amp and invest in a quality amp to drive your sub!!!! As far as speakers go, for the money, I would recommend JL's XR-650CSi component system. This is one of the best comp systems available for the price and the sound is incredible. I have had Focals, MB Quarts, Boston's and I would have to say that these JL's run neck and neck with some of the outragiously expensive compontents. Of course, you also need a quality amp to drive a set of components.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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what they mentioned are all good also check into Image Dynamics Chameleons. My first and second choices for SQ are the ID Chameleons and the Focal's Utopias or polykevlar. Can't really knock any of the infinity line even the reference which in my estimation when purchased on line is the best bang for buck componant speaker money can buy. Also stay away from metal tweets if you have a leather ie reflective interior they will be too harsh, if you have cloth you should be fine. I personally prefer silk tweets anyhow. I am assuming by your question that you will not be going with horn tweets. My 2 cents and any questions you have please shoot my way.


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Yeah, silk tweets are much warmer.


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