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Old 04-17-2013, 07:33 PM   #11
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My goal is to be loud while keeping sound quality.
Pretty broad, but that's my goal.
What kind of loud? Like huge substage to keep up with or just to show off? Why does it need to be loud instead of just normal levels?
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Old 04-17-2013, 07:37 PM   #12
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Is the $500 budget for an amp as well or just the mids and highs? Also I assume you are looking to just replace the current speakers in the OE locations.
You're correct, I'm just looking to replace my current speakers and my amp as well.
The 500$ is just for the mids and highs.
I currently have 300/4 Slash as for my amp, I'm thinking of buying the C1100.4 but I don't know what to run them with.
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Old 04-17-2013, 07:40 PM   #13
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What kind of loud? Like huge substage to keep up with or just to show off? Why does it need to be loud instead of just normal levels?
Enough to keep up with 2 15s and sound clear.
In addition, when you mean normal levels do you mean in normal listening volume?
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Enough to keep up with 2 15s and sound clear loud.
that slash is good no need for another amp
and yes the nendo components will acheive your goals with current amp and some proper tuning ...well under budget


but simply asking how does something compare ......is not a gr8 way to choose you "good sq" set up
what i mean is every one likes diff things..so you need to listen , do research etc.....while advice is valuable nothing will compare to your ear and what u like
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Enough to keep up with 2 15s and sound clear.
In addition, when you mean normal levels do you mean in normal listening volume?
some people do 150's, 140's, and 130's with a pair of 15's, gotta be more specific.
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that slash is good no need for another amp
and yes the nendo components will acheive your goals with current amp and some proper tuning ...well under budget


but simply asking how does something compare ......is not a gr8 way to choose you "good sq" set up
what i mean is every one likes diff things..so you need to listen , do research etc.....while advice is valuable nothing will compare to your ear and what u like
I'll keep that in mind.
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I live in Jacksonville.
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The mezzo series looks to be a good SQ set.
I plan on running 2 sets for a front stage.
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You really need to listen to them.. if I say my true opinion then I'll sound biased.

For $500 only ONE company builds their own speakers... the rest are "manu-packers" not manufactures...

So buy third party or buy a from a real manufacture.
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