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Old 03-14-2007, 10:43 PM   #11
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I would personally get these if i where you ... Coustic HP693.4 6" x 9" 3 way speakers. I have them in my car now with a loud system they sound really nice..
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I have sony xplode 220w 6x9 in the rear, and rockford fosgate P152C 5.25'* up front in the doors. I have a pioneer supertuner 3D 200w HU and this thing thumps hard without my subs 2 obicon 1000w hooked up to a sony XM-SD22X amp. its not a bad a$$ system but I love music and it sounds alot better than the factory system did. I also bought all these things for around $800.
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I have a set of Pioneers that have done real well for me.

And if you need any help putting them in, give me a yell. I goto UC so I'm probably only about 30 mins or less away and have helped several people install them. (And on spring break this week wooooot!)


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I finally got me a pair of 6x9'* also and went to try to remove the old and install the new and by time I got one loose my freakin back locks up ...

I had to plop myself down in the back seat in a somewhat fetal position ...for 20 min before I could get out....

In think the big guy upstairs is trying to tell me something.....so I am off to craigslist to pay someone to install them,how sad is that...
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If your running the stock deck you dont want to get something needing too much wattage. Probably go with some low end pioneers or something.
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