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#31 10 years ago

+1 for the Logitech Z series. Friend of mine has a set of 5500s which can easily rearrange his living room if he's not careful.

That's what I'll be replacing my ageing Creative Inspire set with...once I get paid. ¬_¬




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#32 10 years ago

Rookie;4934886+1 for the Logitech Z series. Friend of mine has a set of 5500s which can easily rearrange his living room if he's not careful.

That's what I'll be replacing my ageing Creative Inspire set with...once I get paid. ¬_¬[/QUOTE]

Oh yes, the z5500s if tuned right, bass boost is set high enough, volume is loud enough, you can easily destroy a room, if not a house. :P I can get mine loud enough to have stuff falling off my counter top in my bathroom.

[QUOTE=*The.Doctor;4934782]Holy shit....

Fosgate does make some pretty good subs, but the bass isn't very tight on some of them. One of the best sub makers is Alpine if ask me, but i would go with something else for your 6.5" sets. Look for some Infinity Kappa 63.9i's, Those are about the best 6.5" set your going to find at a reasonable price (around $100). What's the RMS rating on those speakers? Max watts is good and all, but the RMS rating is where it really counts.

Good choice on the Pioneer player though. I love my Pioneer Premier i have in my Jeep, my Sony in my truck sounds like ass compared to it, even with the same speakers.

For one, the Fi BTL's are my subs. Rockford Fosgate subs wouldn't stand a chance against the way I listen to music. The Fi BTL's are DVC 1.3 ohm, which is what I have them wired to. I'm using RF amps. And the 6.5 set I have, I think the RMS value is 300 watts each. I'll check though. Nope, 100 RMS, 200 Peak. And I mis read my amp. It's the T1000-4. I wouldn't be surprised if I blow them. I keep them under control though with my EQ and head unit. Just adjust the +/- values of them and there you go. But eventually, I'll probably fry them. I've had the BTL's for...oh...4-5 months. I went to them after I got rid of 15" Kicker L7s and my old box. So much cleaner sounding, and yet they still hit hard as hell. I got a Termalab reading of 146.3. Which is loud enough for me. :P Gotta love dbDrags.




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#33 10 years ago

*The.Doctor;4934782Holy shit....

Fosgate does make some pretty good subs, but the bass isn't very tight on some of them. One of the best sub makers is Alpine if ask me, but i would go with something else for your 6.5" sets. Look for some Infinity Kappa 63.9i's, Those are about the best 6.5" set your going to find at a reasonable price (around $100). What's the RMS rating on those speakers? Max watts is good and all, but the RMS rating is where it really counts.

Good choice on the Pioneer player though. I love my Pioneer Premier i have in my Jeep, my Sony in my truck sounds like ass compared to it, even with the same speakers.

For one, the Fi BTL's are my subs. Rockford Fosgate subs wouldn't stand a chance against the way I listen to music. The Fi BTL's are DVC 1.3 ohm, which is what I have them wired to. I'm using RF amps. And the 6.5 set I have, I think the RMS value is 300 watts each. I'll check though. Nope, 100 RMS, 200 Peak. And I mis read my amp. It's the T1000-4. I wouldn't be surprised if I blow them. I keep them under control though with my EQ and head unit. Just adjust the +/- values of them and there you go. But eventually, I'll probably fry them. I've had the BTL's for...oh...4-5 months. I went to them after I got rid of 15" Kicker L7s and my old box. So much cleaner sounding, and yet they still hit hard as hell. I got a Termalab reading of 146.3. Which is loud enough for me. :P Gotta love dbDrags.