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what type of component set/ coaxial has good sound reproduction

Discussion in 'Audio' started by gtkustoms, Nov 3, 2002.

  1. gtkustoms

    gtkustoms 1/2 ton status

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    want to know what you all think sounds clear to you

    thanks
    travis
     
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    I really like the Infinty Kappa component speakers. I like the sound quality of them.
     
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    I have a set of boston acoustics proseries 6.5 componets in the front ( cost to much though ) and a set of 62.5i infinity kappa coaxials ( c.m.m.d cone )in the back now to me they sound really good, espacially for the money, although there not a true componet they do have external crossovers and there like $103.95 on the net
     
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    Hey Travis..

    I put some MB Quart 6.5" Coaxials in the rear panel and some Infinity Kappa 3.5" in the dash....The Quarts are SOOOO clear...the bass is kind of lacking b/c of the way the speakers are mounted...I am going to be building a box for the quarts and getting some 3-way components in the kick panels...I love MB Quart, Focal, Dynaudio, and Diamond Audio...You realy can't go wrong with any of them...I also depends if you like really bright, sharp highs or a more mellow, soft high freq. The Quarts are pretty sharp b/c of the Titanium dome but the Dynaudios are mellow but still crystal clear...You are welcome to come over and listen to the quarts if you want...

    Chris
     

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