6.5" coaxials for under $100

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  1. bigman7903

    bigman7903 OT Supporter

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    ok, to make a long story short, the cheap phoenix gold octane-r 6.5" coaxials that i bought nearly 3 years ago are finally dying, so i need a replacement, i dont need anyhting real specialized or anything, just some nice all around sounding speakers for direct replacment. i dont have subs or anyhting like that, all i would have is the front speakers.

    i have a planet audio VX2004
    50w rms x 4 channels @ 4ohms
    and IIRC 100rms x2 channels @ 4ohms

    id like to keep it below $100

    Thanks
     
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    Pioneer REV 6.5's...

    Amazing choice, when limited to 6.5" and $100...

    Buy them new from a reputable ebay store...

    :)
     
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    kicker kx
     
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    KX are amplifiers ;)...

    KS possibly? If so, they are RATHER harsh ;)... but solid performers. Jut be prepared for a VERY bright tweeter.
     
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    that's what i meant. still working off of old part #'s. :o even then, they were 02k60s. Oh well, I always thought they worked well off of HU or small amp power. decent effeciency for a coax.
     
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