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Old 28th March 2006, 13:09   #31
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ummm...whats a CS205 Sam?? Is it a JBL coz I can't seem to find that model number on the site.

CS205 is a 5.25" coaxial speaker from the new CS series by JBL
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Old 28th March 2006, 13:25   #32
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These are nice. A friend of mine got them for his Santro. Now he wants to add a amp and sub. ha ha ha.
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So the CS is better than the GTO? What about the P552? What's the difference between the 3 of these?
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GTO is more expensive than CS. CS is a sorta stripped down version of the GTO but offerns better VFM. Sam suggested it for the back since the back speakers need not be as critical as the front. My son wont allow this so I use comps for the rear too.
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And where does the P552 fit in??
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The P552 is an excellent speaker but a total waste of money where your setup is concerned.
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P552 > GTO > CS right said Sam?
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navin,my all door spk produce very impressive tight & punchy bass at medium to high volume.Then sometime i do turn off subw just to enjot bass from all door spk.
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which speakers do you have rsj??
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which speakers do you have rsj??
infinty kappa60.7 compofront and infinty kappa62.7 coax for rear
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Old 29th March 2006, 12:12   #41
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Doc we were refering to 4-5" speakers. a 6" woofer has about twice the Sd of a 4.5". see post #28.

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Doc we were refering to 4-5" speakers. a 6" woofer has about twice the Sd of a 4.5". see post #28.
no...navin,it was just a piece of information and not an advice.
It was only for YOU as u r big infinity fan,like me.lol
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I am a fan of good sound. I am not married to any one brand. Infinity does provide a good quality and at their price they are good VFM. There are better but the price/value equation is a bit skewed by my book. BTW it is not for nothing that you find so many Alpine-Infinity combos on the car audio forums.
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P552 > GTO > CS right said Sam?
Absolutely correct my man
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I have Kicker 6" component in front, Pioneer 6" coaxial in rear, Blaupunkt 12" sebwoofer, Sony 500W amplifier, and a Pioneer 3950 Cd player.
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