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we had them on the hertz display, never really bothered with them, its the same tweeter as the mlk165s

what are you trying to do with them? depth restrictions?

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we had them on the hertz display, never really bothered with them, its the same tweeter as the mlk165s

what are you trying to do with them? depth restrictions?

Yeah because my doors aren't that deep.

How do the MB Quart RSI 216 sound or are they as good as Hertz and Focal?

2002 Toyota Solara SLE V6

Headunit - Pioneer DEH P3900MP

Door Speakers - Polk Audio db6501 6-1/2" 2-way

Component System

Rear Speakers - Polk Audio db691

Speaker Amp - DD C4b

Sub - 2 12" Alpine Type R's in a 2 @ 33hz

Sub Amp - DD M2A

Electrical - Big 3 - Stinger HPM 1/0 guage Wires, Optima Yellow Top Battery, 180/120 DC HO Alternator w/ MLA

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Now feel free to go crawl back under that rock and leave this to the professionals....

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never used either, mb quarts i would assume are gonna be harsh compared to hertz, just hear say, never used any

might want to try diymobileaudio.com for better results

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Rockford T40001bd

Rockford T6004

Rockford T4002

Rockford 3Sixty.2

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bamaboy, what hi end components would you recommend for limited depth? (I'm going for sound quality comps)

2002 Toyota Solara SLE V6

Headunit - Pioneer DEH P3900MP

Door Speakers - Polk Audio db6501 6-1/2" 2-way

Component System

Rear Speakers - Polk Audio db691

Speaker Amp - DD C4b

Sub - 2 12" Alpine Type R's in a 2 @ 33hz

Sub Amp - DD M2A

Electrical - Big 3 - Stinger HPM 1/0 guage Wires, Optima Yellow Top Battery, 180/120 DC HO Alternator w/ MLA

Confuscious say "he who say it can't be done shouldn't be bothering man busy doing it"

Now feel free to go crawl back under that rock and leave this to the professionals....

refs: DC_Power_Kyle

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ive grown accustomed to hertz, none of their stuff has let me down, i love my MLKs, i would even run their high energy ones, they sound awesome for the money

can you not use plates and get any extra depth?

if you can i would reccommend the hsk's, the new remodeled version, if not im sure the space sets are good sounding, they are really neat speakers when you look at them in person

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Hertz MLK2 Active

Rockford T40001bd

Rockford T6004

Rockford T4002

Rockford 3Sixty.2

4x DC LVL 4 12s

HO Alt

Summer 09': Operation pull wall out and put something smaller in...DONE!!

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Nice, I'm not sure but I'll ask my car audio man whether or not he could add some more depth so I can put some speakers in.

How much are the HSK? (Just need an estimate so I know how much I have to save)

2002 Toyota Solara SLE V6

Headunit - Pioneer DEH P3900MP

Door Speakers - Polk Audio db6501 6-1/2" 2-way

Component System

Rear Speakers - Polk Audio db691

Speaker Amp - DD C4b

Sub - 2 12" Alpine Type R's in a 2 @ 33hz

Sub Amp - DD M2A

Electrical - Big 3 - Stinger HPM 1/0 guage Wires, Optima Yellow Top Battery, 180/120 DC HO Alternator w/ MLA

Confuscious say "he who say it can't be done shouldn't be bothering man busy doing it"

Now feel free to go crawl back under that rock and leave this to the professionals....

refs: DC_Power_Kyle

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I have the first gen Spaces' (the heavies,handle more power)....just running off h/u power,till i get the rest of the system in...they sound damn good..i have the larger chambers on the tweeters...im thinking i paid somewhere in the neighborhood of 4XX.XX for the set.You wouldnt be disappointed ;)

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I have the first gen Spaces' (the heavies,handle more power)....just running off h/u power,till i get the rest of the system in...they sound damn good..i have the larger chambers on the tweeters...im thinking i paid somewhere in the neighborhood of 4XX.XX for the set.You wouldnt be disappointed ;)

Only around $400 or more for the set?

I might stick with the space k then lol.

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2002 Toyota Solara SLE V6

Headunit - Pioneer DEH P3900MP

Door Speakers - Polk Audio db6501 6-1/2" 2-way

Component System

Rear Speakers - Polk Audio db691

Speaker Amp - DD C4b

Sub - 2 12" Alpine Type R's in a 2 @ 33hz

Sub Amp - DD M2A

Electrical - Big 3 - Stinger HPM 1/0 guage Wires, Optima Yellow Top Battery, 180/120 DC HO Alternator w/ MLA

Confuscious say "he who say it can't be done shouldn't be bothering man busy doing it"

Now feel free to go crawl back under that rock and leave this to the professionals....

refs: DC_Power_Kyle

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srp on new HSK's are like 420$

i think the spaces will sound good though, just cost a little more but you're getting a nicer tweeter

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Hertz MLK2 Active

Rockford T40001bd

Rockford T6004

Rockford T4002

Rockford 3Sixty.2

4x DC LVL 4 12s

HO Alt

Summer 09': Operation pull wall out and put something smaller in...DONE!!

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