View Poll Results: Best SQ Components around 115
Not Even Worth Messing With 8 15.38%
Pioneer TS-D1720C 15 28.85%
JBL GTO608C 10 19.23%
Massive Audio VK 6 0 0%
MB Quart ONX216 4 7.69%
Infinity Reference 6030cs 0 0%
Precision Power PPI A2.65C 7 13.46%
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well ive looked over the other thread countless times, but i was thinking some of those options are way out of what i and most people would call "budget" $300 comp sets arent crazy but some of us cant afford that much scratch so why not do another one. The limit is 115 bucks at the absoloute most...GO
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vifa tweets($30) and silverflute 6.5" ($60)

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The Focal Access Line is pretty darn good for cheap. You can find them cheap used. I've got a 5 1/4" Comp set in the for sale section. I was asking a little more Then that for them, but PM me if your interested. Wasn't really trying to Pimp them, I just love them and sold my wife's Car they were supposed to go into
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Dayton audio RS75-4 3" Reference Full-Range Driver ($40) Silver Flute 6.5"($60)
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Thanks for the replies but i would think the raw driver set up probably wouldnt be the way to go considering the budget going active would be very difficult and idk if u could make passives on that budget.
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The Memphis Power reference components are pretty nice in this price range

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Bravox CS50K Kevlar Series 5-1/4" Component Speaker System 269-506

I got a set, I haven't installed them yet but tested them in my living room off a t-amp. i was impressed for the price.
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I'm happy with my pioneer tsd1720c, got the latest set for $98 shipped..
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I'm happy with my pioneer tsd1720c, got the latest set for $98 shipped..
Good choice. Nice for the money for sure.
DIY drivers are a nice way to go. But totally understandable if budget doesn't allow active.

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Every single JBL audio component I've ever owned I've been happy with. And if you can wait a little while, I'll sell you a set of used (barely) JBL MS-62c's for $100 plus shipping. I'm going to fatefully attempt an active three way system. We'll see how that goes, considering I have no f'ing idea what I'm doing with the 3SIXTY.3.

Also check out the websites and stores (including small audio shops) for clearance deals. I built my Nissan years ago on clearance deals and I ended up with hella cheap Eclipse speakers up front, Polk 6.5 midbasses in the back (which were great, despite recent polk quality), MTX amps (which I still must have ina box somewhere somehow), and Image Dynamics IDQ 10" subs from a closing shops display board (which got stolen by some raving bitchholes), and I controlled it all with an Alpine deck display model for 50% off. Spent less than $800 abouts and it was an awesome system for a high school/college student.

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Totally agree that an active, raw driver setup has more potential than equal cost packaged component sets. But for a guy like me who has limited knowledge, time and budget I decided to make the easy-safe choice. I've got two sets of the tsd1720s now, for the money I'm very happy with them.
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I saw a good test/review of MB Quart ONX on avtozvuk.com. I'd give them a try considering how cheap they are (like $80 online last I checked).
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I'm a fan of my Pioneer TS-D1720c......Doing a full budget system of all Pioneer gear...to me they just sound smooth and clear

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Just picked up a set for a friend of mine.. I run the 720PRS midbass and love it.. ive had 3 different PRS sets im my hands.. the 1720 shares a lot of PRS tech

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The price point on the TS-D1720c is a great value.....Going to start with basic gear first because not looking to spend tons of money on Car audio gear

The Stage 4 gear is nice to but way to pricey for my blood

I don't see it on the list but I think a good 2nd place budget system could be Hertz or JL entry line

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Just picked up a set for a friend of mine.. I run the 720PRS midbass and love it.. ive had 3 different PRS sets im my hands.. the 1720 shares a lot of PRS tech

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I am running the Pioneer 1720's active in my girls car. Not bad for the money. If the MS-62c's were able to be found for the initial $169 price when I bought the Pio's I would have gone for them though.

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I am running the Pioneer 1720's active in my girls car. Not bad for the money. If the MS-62c's were able to be found for the initial $169 price when I bought the Pio's I would have gone for them though.
Each has its pluses. I currently run the MS comps passive. I'll hold off my final verdict until I go active, but they're severely limited while being run passive. If you try to bump up the gains for better midbass response, the tweeters start to cry out. It somewhat belies what you'd think the combination of a woven fiberglass cone and metal dome tweeter should be able to produce. I think if I were to run these active, I'd probably end up replacing the tweeter, though, only out of personal preference for soft domes.

It seems like a tossup between the JBLs and the Pios, though. While the Pios have impressive midbass response, their fatal flaw is in the passive crossover's selection points. The JBLs, on the other hand, are very impressive, even with the included crossover points, but are lacking the punch and impact that other JBL sets I've run in the past have promised. For active, you can go wrong either way.
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Looking to hopefully pick up a set of the TS-D1720C for the wife's Car soon. The Polk DB6501 seem to perform pretty well also.
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Looking to hopefully pick up a set of the TS-D1720C for the wife's Car soon. The Polk DB6501 seem to perform pretty well also.
I used to run the Polks. There is very little midbass out of them though. But the tweet can be decent in a good install. They sucked firing across my dash. The 1720 tweets do much better firing straight across and the mids have much better midbass.

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Thanks for the heads up. I was definitely leaning toward the Pioneers. A buddy is running the db6501 in his Silverado and is pretty happy with them.
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I think there's multiple ways to achieve budget SQ.

IMHO, if you put the headunit into the equation, you'd be able to make a lot more S's and Q's by getting a decent headunit with three way crossovers, TA and a "more-than-5-band" EQ. You may even get away with running the front speakers without a separate amp.

I tested running my front system active directly from the Pioneer 880 headunit once, and I was suprised by the amount of Power actually getting lost in the passive crossovers. Also, when compared to running passives on the headunit's "front" outputs alone, which most people have tried at least once, you get at least twice the Power to each driver doing this. Maybe around 12-14 clean watts RMS per channel, so probably at least 20 clean watts combined per left/right side, to the drivers, instead of maybe 12 watts divided between the tweeter, mid and the loss in the passive crossover.

The 80PRS can be set to "pro/three-way mode" and easily power a reasonably efficient set of mids and tweets to comfortable listening levels without audible distortion.

Also, there's the midbass + full range option. A decent full range, like the Tang Band 3" bamboo or the like, doesn't need too much EQ to sound OK. I hear the Dayton RS75 or even the RS100 sound decent too, and they're cheap! I have the RS100's, but haven't tested them yet...

IMHO, if the headunit is a cheap/crappy one you already own, and you have no intention of upgrading it, I'd recommend getting some midbass drivers with strong, clean bass/midbass (and not necessarily the best upper midrange around) for the money - like a pair of 4 ohm Dayton 8 inchers, and a pair of out-of-the-box-smooth-sounding, paper (or similar material) cone full ranges, then run the speakers off a cheap (used?) 4ch amp with usable crossovers like the pretty much standard ~200hz HP/LP.

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I think there's multiple ways to achieve budget SQ.

IMHO, if you put the headunit into the equation, you'd be able to make a lot more S's and Q's by getting a decent headunit with three way crossovers, TA and a "more-than-5-band" EQ. You may even get away with running the front speakers without a separate amp.

I tested running my front system active directly from the Pioneer 880 headunit once, and I was suprised by the amount of Power actually getting lost in the passive crossovers. Also, when compared to running passives on the headunit's "front" outputs alone, which most people have tried at least once, you get at least twice the Power to each driver doing this. Maybe around 12-14 clean watts RMS per channel, so probably at least 20 clean watts combined per left/right side, to the drivers, instead of maybe 12 watts divided between the tweeter, mid and the loss in the passive crossover.

The 80PRS can be set to "pro/three-way mode" and easily power a reasonably efficient set of mids and tweets to comfortable listening levels without audible distortion.

Also, there's the midbass + full range option. A decent full range, like the Tang Band 3" bamboo or the like, doesn't need too much EQ to sound OK. I hear the Dayton RS75 or even the RS100 sound decent too, and they're cheap! I have the RS100's, but haven't tested them yet...

IMHO, if the headunit is a cheap/crappy one you already own, and you have no intention of upgrading it, I'd recommend getting some midbass drivers with strong, clean bass/midbass (and not necessarily the best upper midrange around) for the money - like a pair of 4 ohm Dayton 8 inchers, and a pair of out-of-the-box-smooth-sounding, paper (or similar material) cone full ranges, then run the speakers off a cheap (used?) 4ch amp with usable crossovers like the pretty much standard ~200hz HP/LP.

I like how MiniBoom thinks, I recently did a budget SQ system in my friends car, we used Vifa XT 25 small neo version mounted on axis in the sails x @ 3500hz 6db Cap $50 for both and $5 for caps the Peerless Nomex cones that were a PE buyout $60 both with a coil @ 3000K to give some overlap and have everything 90deg out of phase. Using a JBL GTO 1004 which we got one special for $100 and two 12 alpine type s we got on special at best buy for $35 each, mounted ib in the ski pass. Total cost $400 installed, including the materials for install and amp kit, super cheap system for the sound.

Everything in his system sounds really nice, highs are crispy and clean not harsh but a little bright, and the nomex cone makes a really smooth nice midrange sound. Those subs in IB are not good but for now he is happy and when we have time we are going to open up his rear deck and seal them in a box in the trunk.

Best part is that building the passive just involved wiring them in parallel with the Cap and coil and cost less then $20, this franken comp set sound in my opinion better then the $300 boston pro 50 I used to have in my last car.
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If you can afford to spend slightly more, I'd say the JBL P660c is an excellent budget friendly Component. They going for about $120-$140 online.
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