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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-08-2002, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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question for audio peeps

currently i have
I have an Audiobahn amp (A2601X)
which is throwing out 2X150 WATTS RMS, to my 2 Subs which is 10" Audiobahn (AW1051X) NATURAL SOUND, STAMPED CHROME BASKET DUAL 4HM.. which works great.. but then i had no highs or mids.. so i replaced my stock fronts with Audiobahn's
AS57PC 5X7 PLATE PLY CONE W/ POLY SWITCH PROTECTION.. which work great.. but are 4ohm and max out at 100 rms i think.. anyways they work great..but now i need mids.. i was looking at Infinity Kappas ? everyone tells me they sound good.. but i have no clue what ones to get.. plus.. when i get a freakin job.. i wanna get an amp to run the fronts and mids with..
so.. my questions..

1) what should i reaplace my stock rears with in the Infinity Kappa line? (6x9 3way?)

2) what 4 channel amp to run the fronts and rears with? (50-100x4?)
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-08-2002, 08:45 PM
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The clarity on the 3 way kappas are great as long as your pushing them with enough power and have them going through some sort of crossover.
As far as amps go.........
Stick with what you like.
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-09-2002, 10:46 AM
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I agree with what fun said....I had a set of infinity kappa componets in the front of a stereo show car and they gave me excellent front staging. As for the amp...You buy what you think sounds and is a good price for you. I ran a kenwood four channel sounded great and it was only 400 bucks. But it is only up to you.
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