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The baskets also look similar to the rainbow slc 265 ng. I know that probably means nothing with regard to performance but its hard not to notice the similarity.
Too bad Bikin isn't running the klippel. It would be interesting to see some data.
kind of makes you wonder if they all share a similar build house. I'm not saying they do. I'm just saying they all do indeed look a lot alike in many regards.

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Off the shelf baskets are much better nowadays then they used to be. There are a few well done ones. Not like back in the day anymore, when a company would get their own basket cast specifically for them.
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Here we go with baskets looking the same...

How many subwoofers use the same baskets? Are they all built at the same place?
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Here we go with baskets looking the same...

How many subwoofers use the same baskets? Are they all built at the same place?
You should know the answer to this question. It's a lot more "yes" than it is "no". Besides, look at the hole patterns and the not-so-hole patterns. I'm not saying the specific speakers here are mfg by the same source. Just agreeing that the baskets do indeed look similar. No conspiracy needed.


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I put them in a friends car....also at a shop.

The type R's also go on the "deals" list.......Looks like the new type S is going to trump that in the $ performance ration as well!

Its really a good time to be buying mobile audio!!
Have you heard the Polks MM 6501's... if so, could you make a compairson.
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Here is the install manual for them, http://www.jbl.com/images/media/MS62C_SS_EN.pdf
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Have you heard the Polks MM 6501's... if so, could you make a compairson.
Sorry, I dont have a lot of experience with the MM's......The only polks I have used in the last several years have been the SR components and subs.....
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kind of makes you wonder if they all share a similar build house. I'm not saying they do. I'm just saying they all do indeed look a lot alike in many regards.
It would make sense seeing as how Harmon is probably not immune to lowering piece part cost. In this economy it would not be out of the question that they outsource stuff like baskets, spiders, etc. I've dealt with that for my entire career (not in car audio btw).
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The tweets really do sound great playing cymbals and snare. Very detailed and complement the mids well, which have a very smooth sound. Still finishing the install so I might add more to this.

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The tweets really do sound great playing cymbals and snare. Very detailed and complement the mids well, which have a very smooth sound. Still finishing the install so I might add more to this.
Please do, I just need a little more convincing for this to be my next set of comps.
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Are the tweeters sold by themselves?
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The tweets really do sound great playing cymbals and snare. Very detailed and complement the mids well, which have a very smooth sound. Still finishing the install so I might add more to this.
ANy new thoughts? Are you using the passives or active?

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inquiring minds want to know.
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no joke.
Based on what I have read I might just pull the trigger. Seems for the price they cannot be beat. Hell if I don't like them they will go in my wifes van. LOL
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I'm using a 9887. I haven't had a lot of time to do the final install of the tweets. Nor have I done any tuning. Right now I feel the mids have some issue I need to address. Sometimes it seems they just make a lot of noise and I can't necessarily make out the instruments very well. BUT, this is not in any way my final thoughts on them. I haven't even tinkered with slopes, T/A, or crossover points. Right now at 3.2KHz.

BTW, I called SE to see if I could buy another set because they had the BYGO half off sale. They were $200 so I figured hell I'll take a second set for $100, but no. They raised the price back up to $250 and he wouldn't let me because I bought before the deal had started.

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If you call sonic, you can get a set of these for 250 and a second for 125 right now.

Thats below dealer cost.

$375 shipped for two sets!

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Buy JBL MS62C 61/2 component system for $169.95
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can anyone compare this to cwm6?
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I'm using a 9887. I haven't had a lot of time to do the final install of the tweets. Nor have I done any tuning. Right now I feel the mids have some issue I need to address. Sometimes it seems they just make a lot of noise and I can't necessarily make out the instruments very well. BUT, this is not in any way my final thoughts on them. I haven't even tinkered with slopes, T/A, or crossover points. Right now at 3.2KHz.

BTW, I called SE to see if I could buy another set because they had the BYGO half off sale. They were $200 so I figured hell I'll take a second set for $100, but no. They raised the price back up to $250 and he wouldn't let me because I bought before the deal had started.
It's been about a week schmidd, Whats the deal?

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yeah, ^^ what he said

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1999 Accord sedan. Tweets on-axis on A-pillars. Mids in OEM location in well sealed door with .36" HDPE ring.

Well I am super impressed with them. Very transparent. I find the mids need to be crossed low (63Hz 24db) to get an accurate representation of the music and to blend with the sub, but since I have little experience with installing/tuning SQ setups this might just be what I prefer. The tweeters sound great at 2.5KHz 24db. They really draw the stage up and they don't seemed stressed with 75W available.

Previously I mentioned, "I feel the mids have some issue I need to address. Sometimes it seems they just make a lot of noise", well that has been improved with T/A and lowering the crossover point. So far I have only EQ'd down the top end to -1. I have tried many other EQ settings but the comp set sounds pretty natural as they are, even on-axis tweets.

I plan to do some more listening/tuning and get a second opinion from some experienced people. Just been really busy.
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awesome, that's good stuff to hear. 75watts to your mids too? and I assume your mids are low passed at 2.5khz? any idea what the crossover point is on the passives?

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75W to each speaker.

Bandpassed, yes.

No clue on passives. I will hook them up sometime, but not sure how close I can get at guessing the xover point/slope.
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Sorry to derail a bit, but these caught my eye as well: jbl P660C. Look beefy, fairly low price... Is Harman hitting a nail on the head with these budget friendly options?
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