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Old 06-02-2008, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Audio buffs - 6x9's vs. 6 1/2's what do you recommend?

Going to get a pair of speakers tonight to replace my old 6x9's. Just put a new deck in my car a week ago and need something new. The rear panel in my car can take 6x9 or 6.5's. Any advice on which sounds better, etc would be appreciated.
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not my field....but i think the 6x9's give you more lower tones like if you were running a system with no sub's you might get 6x9's cuz they produce a little more bass for the low tones.....if you have sub's in the back already you could go with the 6x5's and throw a little more power at them and achieve really clear highs...i dont know if this helps but my head definatly hurts....
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not my field....but i think the 6x9's give you more lower tones like if you were running a system with no sub's you might get 6x9's cuz they produce a little more bass for the low tones.....if you have sub's in the back already you could go with the 6x5's and throw a little more power at them and achieve really clear highs...i dont know if this helps but my head definatly hurts....
Thanks cold. I was talking to a couple people today from the audio-shop down the street and they said pretty much the same thing. 6x9's will throw a little more bass and aren't as clear as the 6.5's. For now I will just replace my blown 6.5's and skip the 6x9's altogether. Gonna get my amp hooked up for the low tones Gotta pick-up some subs.
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