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I think you already know what I think of them. :) PM me if you need some additional info on them. I'm really happy with them.
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I think you already know what I think of them. :) PM me if you need some additional info on them. I'm really happy with them.

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dont get infinity they are too picky for power you need to give them exact rms they need, anything more they blow. i recomend checking out elemental designs. http://www.edesignaudio.com/edv2/ thats to the home page. get a set or one of the sq 10s 5yr warrenty. or an 11kv.2 or 11kv.3. they do there sizes different they list them 1 size over what they are, so an 11 is actually a 10 and 13 is a 12. some of there stuff depending on price ships for free. get 2 nine.2 amps bridge one for the sub or subs and then the other for the front speakers. get a set of the 6000v.2 components. and a kicker 0/1 gauge wiring kit off of ebay for like $75 you will have a great system. headunits i like my clarions other than that i like alpine for processing reasons. all i recommend is getting a nice cd player that has 4v front,rear and sub preouts. alpine 9885 is a nice unit. i only run elemental designs for my speakers i havent run the amps in my cars yet, because i was happy with my jl 500/1 and 300/4 and my alpine for get the model number that is in the truck. i have installed many of them and they are soild amps that our underrated. and CUSTOMER SERVICE IS GREAT!!!
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dont get infinity they are too picky for power you need to give them exact rms they need, anything more they blow. i recomend checking out elemental designs. http://www.edesignaudio.com/edv2/ thats to the home page. get a set or one of the sq 10s 5yr warrenty. or an 11kv.2 or 11kv.3. they do there sizes different they list them 1 size over what they are, so an 11 is actually a 10 and 13 is a 12. some of there stuff depending on price ships for free. get 2 nine.2 amps bridge one for the sub or subs and then the other for the front speakers. get a set of the 6000v.2 components. and a kicker 0/1 gauge wiring kit off of ebay for like $75 you will have a great system. headunits i like my clarions other than that i like alpine for processing reasons. all i recommend is getting a nice cd player that has 4v front,rear and sub preouts. alpine 9885 is a nice unit. i only run elemental designs for my speakers i havent run the amps in my cars yet, because i was happy with my jl 500/1 and 300/4 and my alpine for get the model number that is in the truck. i have installed many of them and they are soild amps that our underrated. and CUSTOMER SERVICE IS GREAT!!!

so, how hard do they hit? Are they clean?
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never had a problem with my kappa perfect. i dunno what he is talking bout.
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never had a problem with my kappa perfect. i dunno what he is talking bout.

Yeh. Ive never heard of a sub blowing because of that lil over powering. Maybe ilke 100+ watts. Everyone i know that has blown a sub, its because of extreme over powering or underpowering.
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I have never heard of what he is saying as well, From what i have read its best too have a little more power then they need, a little over power is better than under power. Underpowering the subs you drive the amp into a square wave and damage the subs due to overheating.
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elemental designs builds there speakers for sound quality, and they hit too. i have 2 9kv.3s(black coned kv.2's) in my truck and not a day goes by that i am not amazed with the bass they deliver. go to there forum and ask questions http://www.icixsound.com/vb/forumdis...aysprune=&f=24. i used to buy all my equipment from shops and best buy and CC, i have run alot of different stuff and so far the only sub/subs i have had that are a close second was my 12"type R i was gonna put that in the truck but didnt want the weight so i sold it. i am not gonna steer you wrong, i worked as an installer for 2 years and now do it on the side.
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elemental designs builds there speakers for sound quality, and they hit too. i have 2 9kv.3s(black coned kv.2's) in my truck and not a day goes by that i am not amazed with the bass they deliver. go to there forum and ask questions http://www.icixsound.com/vb/forumdis...aysprune=&f=24. i used to buy all my equipment from shops and best buy and CC, i have run alot of different stuff and so far the only sub/subs i have had that are a close second was my 12"type R i was gonna put that in the truck but didnt want the weight so i sold it. i am not gonna steer you wrong, i worked as an installer for 2 years and now do it on the side.
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no problem and good luck over in iraq m buddy might be going over the for a military contract sometime soon.
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i have a Diamond Audio D6 for sale in the 10" size.

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