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Old 15th March 2006, 01:27   #1
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hey guys can any of you suggest me as to which speakers should i go for
i recently got alpines from singapore my budget is rs10,000
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I'd suggest JBL is the best VFM + quality brand.
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Old 15th March 2006, 02:01   #3
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I'd suggest Pioneer's.. when it comes to car audio and the range u specified.. nothing can beat it..
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Old 15th March 2006, 02:51   #4
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in 10 k for speakers get JBl.you can get components for the front and coaxials for the rear.which car do you need it for by the way ??


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ps there is a duplicate thread on the same topic please delete it.the link is

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mine's a xing i dont think components can be fitted on a xing can i really
get 4 speakers including sub-woofers etc if its possible can bangy tbhpians suggest some good accessories shop here
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Contact mclaren1885. He's good at ICE .
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Hi Chetan,

Welcome to Team-BHP. I think Xing takes in 4" comps in the front, im looking for something similar for my 2002 zipdrive.

Regarding car accessory shops take a look here @ http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...bangalore.html

Use the search function next time, this is one forum where the search is actually pretty darned good!!

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if the xing can accomodate only 4 inch speakers in front then geta good pair of 4 inch coaxials as i dont think you get 4 inch components.and get a good pair of 6X9 speakers for the bask because you wont be able to fit and amp and a sub + 4 speakers within 10k


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Kicker 4" compo availible apparently, one of the members here(prince) has them on his esteem. Kicker Ex-4.2

I found 4" compo by Xenos, but then they arent known for audio... so not recommended.
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Yes the Kicker Ex-4.2 is a lovely set of components and they just rock the front sound stage in my esteem. These and Jbl Gto 936 at the rear if you are not planning to add a sub in the future.
5k + 4.7k = 9.7k
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hi,,
the stock location in a xing is 4",, but if you make a mdf ring then you can get a 5 " fitted as well,, try installing 5" components,, they will give you better sound stage,,
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mine's a xing i dont think components can be fitted on a xing can i really
get 4 speakers including sub-woofers etc if its possible can bangy tbhpians suggest some good accessories shop here
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I'd suggest Pioneer's.. when it comes to car audio and the range u specified.. nothing can beat it..
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Pioneer Speakers!?! Aint it time you restocked your ear buds, buddy?
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B&T not all Pios are bad. on another thread I saw a 12" that had a Xmax of 22.5mm linear! :-) but I think you are refering to their fullrange speakers right?
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B&T not all Pios are bad. on another thread I saw a 12" that had a Xmax of 22.5mm linear! :-) but I think you are refering to their fullrange speakers right?
Of course Navin! In fact I was recommending that he hangs on to that sub for life in that thread.

But I'm quite allergic to their products that start with 'TS-A'.
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