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boarder_x 05-16-2006 9:48 PM

Ok, right now I'm running about 90W RMS to 2 Alpine type R 6X9's. Today I blew one. Anyone know of a good set of 6X9's, that can handle the power? I can hear these at 70' (not well, but you can hear the music). I would like to maintain or improve that. <BR> <BR>Thanks, <BR> <BR> Robb

why_i_work 05-16-2006 9:53 PM

Polk Momo great sound quality speaker that can handle power.

boarder_x 05-16-2006 9:56 PM

Thanks Greg, <BR> <BR> If I get the MMC690's, can I mount the crossover in the boat? Or does it need to be closer to the speaker? <BR> <BR>

lukeduke95 05-16-2006 9:57 PM

The Pioneer 6x9s that everyone raved about are well worth the money. I have 3 sets on my tower, with another set coming and I love them. Loud, good quality, nice sound. About $50-70 a set. <BR> <BR>PIONEER TS-A6991S <BR>

redv215 05-16-2006 10:00 PM

Robb - I too have the Pioneer 5way 6x9's. You know how they sound.

boarder_x 05-16-2006 10:02 PM

Luke, I had those. Didn't like them. The Alpines actually sounded much better. Thanks though. Maybe mine sat on a shelf way too long. (Yes, I know that won't hurt them, it was a joke).

pittsy 05-16-2006 10:35 PM

i always go with JL..IMO they are the best!!

jetskiprosx 05-16-2006 11:39 PM

I have 4 audiobahn 6x9's with horns and I am sending 125 RMS to each speaker. I only ride at 65' but can hear them loud and clear at that length! They can be found on ebay for pretty cheap but they are power hungry...120 RMS...I really think I should be giving them around 150 RMS but oh well.

hillbilly 05-17-2006 3:32 AM

I like my Boston Accoustic's NX-97 I think was the model #. Kinda pricey but sound really good.

junglesmacks 05-17-2006 12:26 PM

Audio Formz 6x9" Infinity's... <BR> <BR> <BR>SICK

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