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    Ive heard really good things about Digital Designs components. I have some crappy MDX's but they are better than stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by screaminchicken View Post
    Ive heard really good things about Digital Designs components. I have some crappy MDX's but they are better than stock.
    You cannot go wrong with anything from digital designs. Very vert high quality stuff.

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    I have never heard bad things about any of the brands mentioned. Be sure and get an amp with enough power to push said component system, your aftermarket deck just won't be enough (for best sound quality).
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    no to highjack the thread but i got the type S component set and they sound pretty good but i was jw whats a good amp for them im running them and clerion 6x9's in the back?
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    Just make sure your amp rms output matches the power handling of your speakers. Example. A pair of four speakers that can handle 75w rms each need a four channel amp that pushes 75w rms per channel.
    Brand is personal preference for the most part. Pay the most attention to the rms power. Sony xplod amps are labelled with their max wattage, rms on a 1000w Sony xplod amp is only about 200-300 watts. A Rockford Fosgate power 500.1 actually pushes 650-750 watts rms. In other words, don't fall for the gimmick, research and buy a good amp. I like Rockford punch and power amps because they are powerful, efficient, and leave a small footprint.
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    Just put a nice set of components in my G8, Polk's for $200, I really like them.

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    these are what i got: SPR-17S ALPINE 6.5" TYPE R COMPONENT SPEAKERS SPR17S

    Type-R 6-1/2" 2-way Component System
    Power Handling:
    Peak: 660 watts per set / 330 watts each side
    RMS: 220 watts per set / 110 watts each side
    Impedance: 4 ohms
    Hybrid layered-pulp woofer with rubber surround
    1" Textile ring-dome tweeter
    External crossovers — 12 dB/octave (high -pass) and 6 dB/octave (low-pass) crossover points
    Frequency response: 65 Hz - 27 kHz
    Sensitivity: 87 dB
    Top-mount depth: 2-5/16"
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    Quote Originally Posted by darnie1987 View Post
    these are what i got: SPR-17S ALPINE 6.5" TYPE R COMPONENT SPEAKERS SPR17S

    Type-R 6-1/2" 2-way Component System
    Power Handling:
    Peak: 660 watts per set / 330 watts each side
    RMS: 220 watts per set / 110 watts each side
    Impedance: 4 ohms
    Hybrid layered-pulp woofer with rubber surround
    1" Textile ring-dome tweeter
    External crossovers 12 dB/octave (high -pass) and 6 dB/octave (low-pass) crossover points
    Frequency response: 65 Hz - 27 kHz
    Sensitivity: 87 dB
    Top-mount depth: 2-5/16"
    These are the same ones i got n i love em. Got a alpine 55 x 4 Watt rms running them and they will make ur ears bleed at half volume.


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    nice... well now i know what to get
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    Not to hijack Ray, but what do people usually go with to replace with stock speakers with something other than components? In case they dont want to use an amp to power the speakers.
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