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wingnut980
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wingnut980 Dec 3, 6:54am - #341970 
2000 white Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Dec 2004
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Jersey
WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK ABOUT THIS SYSTEM? LEMME KNOW THANKS

HELLO,
i posted a few days ago on ideas for what kind of system to upgrade to for xmas thank you for all of your help and replies.. here's what i was leaning toward, currently im stock speakers,xtant 600 watt 604x amplifier,2,10 inch jlw6 subwoofers(not v2's)its loud but im looking to make it louder and clearer..heres what i was going to buy let me know your thoughts: thanks

Polk Audio db6500 6.5" component speakers for the front doors and rear seats
and i found instead of the JL w7 which i have not enough money for id like to use either the:
3 10" MTX Thunder4500 subwoofers in a box made by crutchfield it's 400$ or
1 10" Kicker solo-baric L7 subwoofer(vented enclosure) also from crutchfield 450$
this will all be run off of my xtant 604x 600 watt amplifier im also going to get a capacitator which would you guys recommend..WHICH SUBS WOULD MAKE THIS SYSTEM SOUND THE BEST, I LISTEN TO ALL KIND OF MUSIC(ROCK,RAP,DANCE,ETC.) IM LOOKING FOR A CLEAN HITTING AND CLEAR SOUND..ALSO I WILL DYNOMAT THE WHOLE TRUNK!
THANKS LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS
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badceli
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badceli Dec 3, 7:57am - #341971 
2002 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Yes, your last topic on this is still up. You can still talk on that one. I even responded to it, but you didn't respond back.

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Anonymous Dec 3, 7:33pm - #341972 
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Your w6's will hit tighter than either of the other 2 subs you have mentioned. If you want quality stick with those but for SPL (quantity) solobaric
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