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Old 5th July 2010, 10:38   #16
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jatin, am just curious on how you plan to fit 6.5" components in a 800. I believe the doors don't have sufficient depth to accomodate even 5.25" drivers, let alone 6.5"ers.

And I totally agree with navin, DerAlte here. I'd recommend buying from India unless the price abroad is less than 50% of the Indian price.

Good luck!
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Old 5th July 2010, 12:16   #17
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Ok thanks I have relatives in Uk whom I would be visiting so eBay address issue is not a problem now question is which compos to get?
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jatin, am just curious on how you plan to fit 6.5" components in a 800. I believe the doors don't have sufficient depth to accomodate even 5.25" drivers, let alone 6.5"ers.

And I totally agree with navin, DerAlte here. I'd recommend buying from India unless the price abroad is less than 50% of the Indian price.

Good luck!
Hehe you will be surprised its easy to install components in 800 than in Alto.

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-a...75452_3921.jpg

Pics from noidaboy's install
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Old 6th July 2010, 00:09   #19
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The lord I am already runing 6.5' blau coax on the front so I think compos should not be a problem..

Options am getting are
Ground Zero
coustic
focal
diamond audio
MTX

please gurus suggest me something?
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Does anyone have any reviews on ALPINE 171A Components?
and Pioneer TS E170Ci?
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Old 10th July 2010, 02:29   #21
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Guys Please Help

am getting the following components in my budget:-

Alpine SXE1750s(dont know if the set actually came with xover or not from the factory itself)
Alpine SPS171A
Coustic CS602(not confirmed if they come with cross overs or not from the factory itself)


All are 6" please help me as I am planning to buy those by tomorrow.
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If the description of the item says 'components', it will come with the matching XO.

Of this lot, the Alpine SPS171A is likely to be the best.
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Hey people
Finally bought coustic 6.5" compos which have silk dome tweeters.
Bought the set for just 2.5k

which is cheap by any means cause in Mumbai you dont get components so cheap anywhere brand new.
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