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Thread: Hardest hitting 6x9s?

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    Yah stock is the only issue I've ever had with ED but they won me over on that one too so they won me over on that issue. Also I've never noticed the so called censorship at ICIX, and any personal experience I've had with him has been great, I may not be credible to some of you guys but just because someone you think is credible thinks their junk doens't mean they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMillet
    I may not be credible to some of you guys but just because someone you do thinks their junk doens't mean they are.
    hrmmm....I'm going to have to keep this in mind next time I do someone

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    I've actually heard an Earthquake SWS-10 in a ProBox for a '05 F250 King Ranch edition that hit suprisingly well for a single 10 and only eating 4-5" depth max.

    The ProBox was made to mount under the rear seat and stay all factory, and is CNC machined which has a little to do with the good sound versus a hand-made box.

    It was powered by an older model Punch 150 and sounded quite nice.

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    I installed these 6x9 in one of my coustomers cars the other day. They had really clean midrange and very good base response. They were running off deck power I would have liked to hear them off an amp.

    http://www.polkaudio.com/partners/press.php?id=26

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    Ive Got JBL GTO 936e's in my rear, mainly as;
    1) i was on a budget
    2) i love old school 6x9's
    3) cbf'd making adaptor b**l****

    they are stunningly clear and crisp and do not give out tons of pass (HP'd i think they are?)

    People say Splits are Better for some applications and yeah of course they are, but for the rear 6x9's are awesome, especially if you love heavy metal/rock, 6x9's murder any other speaker

    (just my opinion:P)

    For $135AUD these were money well spent

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    I'm glad you made a choice man. What's pass? The noob in my decided to rear its noobish head to get bopped

    Quote Originally Posted by Red GTi VR6
    hrmmm....I'm going to have to keep this in mind next time I do someone

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    LOL sorry!
    i meant BASS! not pass....i'll check over what i write next time

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    more reason to laugh
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