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Old 03-31-2006, 06:09 PM   #1
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cool i finaly put new speakers in my car... well just replaced the stock ones, didn't add any subs yet. but those are next

heres what i got...

Kenwood KFC-1389ie 5-1/4"
http://www.crutchfield.com/*-QNGyFh7...0&I=113KFC1389



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These kick ***!!!
Audiobahn AS96Q 6x9"
http://www.crutchfield.com/*-QNGyFh7...400&I=037AS96Q


man just doing those make it sound a he11 of alot better.
the 6x9 Audiobahn'*, man they are almost like haveing small subs....!!!
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Nice choices. I've had Kenwood and Audiobahn before
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cool.....glad that your happy with your decision....isnt that all that really matters
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I just got a set of audiobahn'* for my fiero, even the 4x10'* kick pretty good, and they don't distort at ALL. Good purchase!
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did u need an amp for those audiobahn'*?
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You dont actually need an amp for any of the speakers. But yes, the audiobahns can take a lot more. I have a set of 3 way 6x9'* and 3.5'* and i am actually using the 6x9'* as subs. As in they are in a large box in the trunk and are amped. This is just a temporary kinda thing. I am not saying they are good though because they are known for being low quality speakers. I think i got my two for 25 plus shipping on ebay new.
I actually have a vid here of the bass-ness but my wireless conection and putfile dont mix.
Finally.. This is the vid. NOt the music i usually listen to but for a vid like this i had to use this music.
http://media.putfile.com/some-dumb-kid
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I cant see the video. What do I need to view it on Putfile?
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can you detach that tweeter from the 6x9 and put it somewhere close to the speaker and still have the high'* come through it? like on the stock audio system in the back the tweeters are placed in a different spot than the woofers
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