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aaron6

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Big bump! Playboyb dont have a car atm. Wink

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Posted 7th Sep 2013 at 16:35
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what a nugget i just looked at the date again. reading lessons for me i think.
Posted 7th Sep 2013 at 16:53
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LOL

Easy done.

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Posted 8th Sep 2013 at 07:12
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i have a sony bluetooth headunit 4x52w output with 4x vibe 6" 80w cones.

bluetooth headunits kick ass. combine it with your phone and you never need to make another cd again. plus it works wonders as a handsfree kit. defo get a headunit that bluetooth compatible

id steer clear of amps and subs. there for boy racers and people who enjoy haering nothing but bass and all the loose parts in their car rattling

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Posted 16th Sep 2013 at 16:20
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And another that read it properly. ..

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Posted 16th Sep 2013 at 18:48
doon1988

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Did anybody manage to recommend/ find a decent set of component speakers for the front they could recommend for fitting in a six?

I've got a new Pioneer DEH-X9500BT Bluetooth head unit coming on Wednesday along with a sub and 2 amps. Im thinking of using the setup recommended on the first page i.e. good headunit, decent front component and a sub using 1 amp to power the front speakers and one to power the sub.

Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 11:35
aaron6

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I got Alpine Type R's in there and Armz got some decent Vibe ones in. Wink

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Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 13:11
doon1988

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Cheers Aaron, do you know if they needed any fiddly bodging up to fit or were they straight replacements that would fit behind the standard grill/ mesh of the factory speakers?
Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 14:30
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I bought a pair of these to replace my fronts connected to an oldskool Calibre 2 ch amp. They sound amazing without clipping on full wack(noticed during testing) and they go into the standard holes without having to butcher any part of the door as they have a shallow depth magnet.

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Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 16:47
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vibe all the way......

word of warning

most after market speakers have a deeper profile than the pug standards so they may not fit under your rear parcel shelf plastics and most definately wont fit under your front door plastics without some dremmeling

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Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 18:32
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and my tuppence worth.......kenwoods go straight in no cutting requiredThumbs up
Posted 14th Oct 2013 at 23:02
aaron6

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The Alpines are very tight. Maybe too tight. But they sound. Smile

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Posted 15th Oct 2013 at 20:34
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jimmyhackers wrote:
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id steer clear of amps and subs. there for boy racers and people who enjoy haering nothing but bass and all the loose parts in their car rattling


Speak for yourself with your Vibe cones Big grin

All amped setups doesn't necessarily mean rattle n' bass Roll eyes

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Posted 16th Oct 2013 at 12:59
aaron6

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Really Jimmy? I got an amp'd up 9 speaker system (all alpine) running through a lovely alpine head unit and it sounds crisp and clear.

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Posted 17th Oct 2013 at 00:22
webster

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jimmyhackers wrote:
i have a sony bluetooth headunit 4x52w output with 4x vibe 6" 80w cones.

bluetooth headunits kick ass. combine it with your phone and you never need to make another cd again. plus it works wonders as a handsfree kit. defo get a headunit that bluetooth compatible

id steer clear of amps and subs. there for boy racers and people who enjoy haering nothing but bass and all the loose parts in their car rattling


Amazing, so running your speakers underpowered from a headunit no less, is what you would advise others rather than to purchase amps / speakers / Computerized EQ etc?

Must sound brilliant Roll eyes

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Posted 13th Dec 2013 at 08:14
aaron6

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I an amped up 9 speakee speaker set up. Its all Alpine and has 4 speakers, 4 tweeters and a 10" sub. Ive got it like this for sound clarity. Volume however does come with if you want. I just like it nice and clear. Smile

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Posted 13th Dec 2013 at 20:00
pete26

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aaron6 wrote:
I an amped up 9 speakee speaker set up. Its all Alpine and has 4 speakers, 4 tweeters and a 10" sub. Ive got it like this for sound clarity. Volume however does come with if you want. I just like it nice and clear. Smile


Listening to buddy holly and 50s music was a treat for my ears LOL

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Posted 14th Dec 2013 at 17:12
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Clear though huh. LOL

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