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Home audio is a completely different venue. Okay okay so I should have said entry level system. For those that have a grand or two to blow on components break my ***** by all means. For people with realistic budgets Boston Acoustics is the way to go.
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BTW components in the rear are worthless. the best soundstage is in the front, the rear fill is useless in all, and i repaet all vehicles. you need to do some homework before you go off in here.

Im with you on that one! I mean think about it ppl....when you go to a show where does the sound come from? Yeah thats correct, in front of you. Some 2-ways in the rear, a sub, some components up front and a 1/2 DIN center is the makings of a killer system, well at least us SQL ppl think so
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Some 2-ways in the rear, a sub, some components up front and a 1/2 DIN center is the makings of a killer system, well at least us SQL ppl think so
Amen, thank you god for a SQL guy!!
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SPL is a waste....Id like to somewhat hear when im old....i mean dont get me wrong....i jam way loud to post hardcore/screamo music as well as Raffi, but IMO ghetto bass is lame and doesnt do a thing for me. There is nothing like hearing the full spectrum of an awsome acoustic song one moment and then feeling the face melting solo of an electric guitar the next....SQL > SPL
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I like a hard, tite kick drum and snare... and classic electric guitar, acoustic too.
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Oh yeah...snares and hi hats with a double pedal beatin down on the bass drum....dool..... you have to be able to feel the music, but not just the bass though.
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yep
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or even CDT audio... or SEAS Lotus... well, there's even home audio speakers that sound 100,000,000,000x better than any car audio speaker.
yes i have a set of CDT EF-61i's for sale if ya know anyone interested. DYnaudio is well known for their home audio excellence
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I'm interested, but i'm broke too.... give em to me for free and i'll put your sticker on my truck...lol.
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yes i have a set of CDT EF-61i's for sale if ya know anyone interested. DYnaudio is well known for their home audio excellence
i'm going to be doing a 7.1 surround in my basement for our theater room once it's done (im in the middle of building it)... i'm definately trying to push for dyn's...

they're still on my to-do list for a set of mids for my truck.. sadly any money i have these days has to go towards bills, etc..
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I'm interested, but i'm broke too.... give em to me for free and i'll put your sticker on my truck...lol.
170 shipped in the US. i have the 560 Sat Net crossover upgrade so it puts these at 650 retail.
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so no sticker-free speaker deal....oh well, it tried... JBL and SoundStream didn't like that idea either...lol.
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hey fernando, does your shop you work at carry dynaudio?
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I'm sure they can order it... home audio stuff, right? It's hard to find on the net...
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I'm sure they can order it... home audio stuff, right? It's hard to find on the net...
i was thinking of a set of mids that i've been looking for for my truck, but yeah, home audio stuff is on the list too, lol.

realistically... i don't have the money right now to put anythin in my truck, i was just curious to see if his shop held them or not. there's a shop around the corner from me that has sold dynaudio for only about a year or two now, and i've fallen in love.
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which ones you lookin at? 130s or 170s??
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hey fernando, does your shop you work at carry dynaudio?
yes we do, we have a special for the 3 way 360's for like 900 shipped +/- if we had to ship them out but typically dont. our new shop is gonna be mainly Soundstream and some DD.
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Home audio is a completely different venue. Okay okay so I should have said entry level system. For those that have a grand or two to blow on components break my ***** by all means. For people with realistic budgets Boston Acoustics is the way to go.
CDT, Rainbow offer great sounding components that hands down kick BA in the guts with sound/price point. Dynaudio also has decent 2 way systems for no more than 400.
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which ones you lookin at? 130s or 170s??
mw170's. i found a site that has them online, and that was it, lol.. every now and then i'll see them on ebay
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i think off the top they go for 550 but i dont have a price in front of me so i dunno
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