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View Poll Results: Rear 6x9's
Sony Xplod 2 20.00%
JBL 7 70.00%
Kenwood 1 10.00%
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Old 05-19-2003, 11:17 AM   #11
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Okay if you wanna go with cheap and sound good then I would go with Kenwood or Pioneer they are fairly cheap and sound pretty good also.
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Well have you ever checked ebay for your audio needs? you can find some really good sets for little or nothing. i can guarentee that you will find top notch for under your $89 limit :P
look up... CarAudioShoppe....they are the people that just sold me my 600.1 kicker amp for $250(brand new sealed box), at the local stereo shop here they are asking $499 for the same exact amp!
Kicker 6x9'* for $60 too! just look man, you can get some cheap stuff, brand new too.
That is, unless you wanted to just buy somthing now instead of waiting a week....

Here, i just found these. check em out, $68!
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=3025200873
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go to ikesound.com
free shipping
great prices
almost half of on all products
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Pioneer is a go0d choice.
- 5-way 6x9s $99
www.onlinecarstereo.com
-I run 4 of the premeer, and my ears hurt.
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Hey, go my route... I will guarantee you will have better treble and less muddy bass. I have a pair if Rockford Fosgate 6.5" coaxials, i bought them for 69.99 usd a couple less than xplod'*... I cut a 5" hole in my rear deck, and inserted a XFC foam baffle, then the coax. Fasten it all down and you have a custom rear deck with a little more cash in your pocket.

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Get the ECLIPSE 6X9 they only cost 150 a pair and they have a three year warranty.So when you get your 98 you can take them with you.Infinty hasnt been worth a crap since they stopped making the BETTA they have no low end they fall on they face with any real power and no you dont have 300 watts
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Polk Audio!

These are very reasonable for the SQ- http://www.polkaudio.com/car/product.php?name=gxr69
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FYI- Circuit City has them for 99.00...
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Thanks guys...I'm off to take a look at what I can get. Might check out whats availalbe when we go to that car show in Barrie too....

Hey Nytro...no Circuit City in Canada , we need an Autozone too...
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really? Bummer! whats the comparable store up there? i would get them here for you and ship them if it wasnt for them damn border charges!
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