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Old 03-01-2008, 01:35 PM   #1
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I'm replacing the component speakers (@ last) and I've narrowed the pack down to the Pioneer TS-A1702C or the Alpine SPS-600C. The Pioneers have a standard crossover and the Alpines have an in-line crossover. I don't know if the crossover will be any more effective one way or another. Anyone have any experience with either? Wich would you choose? There both in my budget W/ an amp and wiring, distribution block, etc.
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inline crossover is where the crossover is built on the speaker, standard is a little box that you have to wire in before you go to the speaker, the infinity perfect components i have now have a standard one with adjustments you can make on it. It doesn't make a difference in your case because it doesn't look like either one is adjustable...just go with which one sounds better to your ear.
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Good to know. Thanks again. Do you trust Jensen amps for a 4-ch. ?
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Also, what do you think about speaker baffles? Are they worth it in door speakers?
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Personally I don't trust jenson with any of my audio stuff, I have used rockford fosgate, infinity, coustic audio, mtx, alpine, with good luck...I have not used speaker baffles, but if you can get them for cheap, I would go ahead and do it.
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