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I think that you would know since you have actually ran them before. I ran a pair of 2" small peerless and CDT speakers that way and they were nice, but one set was poly with an aluminum dust cap and one set was treated paper.

I was contemplating running either the PPI or the SoundStream set in my Lexus. I was going to run the mid in the door and the 2.5" and tweeter in the stock location on the dash, which is not a huge obstacle. I would have to fabricate a bracket because the factory sound system is configured with just a tweeter there. The Mark Levinson system has a mid and a tweeter on the dash so there is room there.

I opted to try a two-way system with the mid in the door and the tweeter in the dash location. My factory system also has a center channel in the dash so I will have to work to blend it in and try to get the best stereo separation and center image that I can. I think that I am like you in that I like to try to keep it as simple as possible.

Are you still liking your Boston SPZ's??? I ran the Boston Pro Series back in the early 90's in a competition car and I absolutely loved them. I also was running all SoundStream DII series amplifiers. I had a center channel in my car in 1990 using a Boston Pro 4.2 set with an Audio Control ESP-3. It was a lot of work removing the entire dash and fabricating brackets and etc... but it was well worth it in the end. I am going to run a Polk MM6501 set in this car just because I want to try something different.

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I think that you would know since you have actually ran them before. I ran a pair of 2" small peerless and CDT speakers that way and they were nice, but one set was poly with an aluminum dust cap and one set was treated paper.

I was contemplating running either the PPI or the SoundStream set in my Lexus. I was going to run the mid in the door and the 2.5" and tweeter in the stock location on the dash, which is not a huge obstacle. I would have to fabricate a bracket because the factory sound system is configured with just a tweeter there. The Mark Levinson system has a mid and a tweeter on the dash so there is room there.

I opted to try a two-way system with the mid in the door and the tweeter in the dash location. My factory system also has a center channel in the dash so I will have to work to blend it in and try to get the best stereo separation and center image that I can. I think that I am like you in that I like to try to keep it as simple as possible.

Are you still liking your Boston SPZ's??? I ran the Boston Pro Series back in the early 90's in a competition car and I absolutely loved them. I also was running all SoundStream DII series amplifiers. I had a center channel in my car in 1990 using a Boston Pro 4.2 set with an Audio Control ESP-3. It was a lot of work removing the entire dash and fabricating brackets and etc... but it was well worth it in the end. I am going to run a Polk MM6501 set in this car just because I want to try something different.
I am interested in the SS 3way setup. The tweeter has me intrigued and the midrange is the same (great decision there and the midbass I believe has a little more excursion capability so I think it would be a moderate or possible upgrade over the ppi set (to me anyway). In a vehicle like a lexus I think the ppi set could really shine. Sounds like the stock locations would actually be perfect for them. I am pretty sure the set (xover etc) was designed for that placement exactly.
I am still loving my SPZ's! I still have a LOT of work left to do with my install to get them prime. I am finishing my ported center console for my BA G510 today (hopefully). Its been built and tested with pretty good results so I have to finish making it pretty!

WOW you were doing a center channel WAY before it was cool or common! GOOD for you! I am sure it was an assload of work (better you then me The rest of the setup was pretty killer too!
Let me know how the polk's work out. They seem like EXCELLENT comps and have been getting some really rave reviews.
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When you have a certain Grand National sitting next to you in the judging lanes, you better do something unique to get some attention. At one point on IASCAs' judging sheet you received extra points for using processors. However, there were some purists out there that thought that processing was a band-aid and did not want to use it.

When I first decided to do the center channel I took some depth measurements and realized that I would have to slightly modify a/c duct work. I actually went through two dashes getting it right. Fortunately, they were not too expensive from the local pick and pulls because there were a lot of totaled Mustangs that were in like new condition!!!

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Rexroad, have you ever heard the Pioneer PRS 720's? How would these compare? Thinking about these two setups....
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I owned the prs set for a very short time. I was not a fan but I didnt give them much of a shot.... Lacking install locations and didnt get a chance to go active on it so my opinion is not exactly an acceptable one. The set had some legit potential though... As far as a comparison???? I dont think there is one.... First of all as a three way setup vs. two way there are going to be some clear distinctions..... (in my particular install). The PPI midbass is no where near as robust as the PRS..... The tweeters are a big difference also....being metal vs. soft.... I actually like metal dome tweeters because of my install location being pretty off axis. The PRS tweets did NOTHING for me... but then again I think active would have helped a great bit...I also assume being more on axis would yeild different results... I will say this, the midrange that comes with the PPI set is worth the retail price alone...this makes the set IMO. I also think that the xovers are well designed (although I HATED the terminals on it)..... Sorry I cant be of more help with your comparison...I really didnt do either set justice as far as time and or install plan... I would like to have time with both sets again
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Gonna put them in a 96 Saturn SL2 Front doors and A pillars, power is a fosgate power 500a2, also have another power 500 running 2 10" Diamond M5 Subs. Sound deadened the trunk, rear deck and doors with 45 mil EPDM, replacing some Diamond M5 6" components that have seen better days.... The M5's seem to have lost alot of the tight mid bass they had when I had them in a 01 New Beetle.... looking to regain SQ - I can live with a bit less volume if I gain clarity and articulation, but I do like a great song loud.,... mostly rock and any kind of great guitar work....
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i actually lusted for it.. until soundstreams rf3.6c's came out.. looks like a carbon copy or exact copy of ppi's 3.65c *sigh
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The midrange is the only thing shared actually
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So what are the actual differences between the 2 sets?
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The xover points are different (I think) and you cant run the 3way as a two way, the midbass is completely different...Grizz talked about all the differences but I dont recall all of them, and the tweets are a great deal larger and different materials.. Cosmetically they are moderately similar. I would love to try them out personally, as the PPI set was INCREDIBLY impressive, especially for the cost!
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I would like to try a set of either by I'm not sure which. I love the copper color of the ppi set but have read the mid bass is lacking.
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Awesome,
I am also thinking of installing this system in my '04 dodge ram. Do you think it's possible to mount the midrange in the door above the switches (behind where the side mirror mounts)? Do you think the imaging would be any better?
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Default Re: NEW PPI PC3.65C Review!

I emailed grizz on the differences between the 2 sets. The only real difference between them is the tweeter. The rest is just cosmetics. I ordered a set of the ppi's. Maybe I can instal them in the next couple weeks. I plan to try the mid and tweet in the factory mach 460 sail panel in my mustang. With a little work of course.
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I emailed grizz on the differences between the 2 sets. The only real difference between them is the tweeter. The rest is just cosmetics. I ordered a set of the ppi's. Maybe I can instal them in the next couple weeks. I plan to try the mid and tweet in the factory mach 460 sail panel in my mustang. With a little work of course.
? I could have swore that the midbass was a bit different... More xmax or something to that degree? I will have to look up what he said before.... Eitherway....The ppi set is great!
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From what he told me the ss has a cast basket and different heatsink (magnet) shape but the drivers perform the same.
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What kind of mounting options do you have with the tweeters from this set?

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If I remeber correctly it was only flush mount and the setups for it were terrible! (metal clips that go in the back?)
I didnt use them...I made my own...
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I'm thinking of picking up a set of these to replace my PPI 365cs. Do you think it's an upgrade?
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LMAO!
I have three sets of these and I still don't know what they sound like mounted.


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LMAO!
I have three sets of these and I still don't know what they sound like mounted.


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Wrong link dude

http://www.ceoutlook.com/2014/01/03/...h-amt-tweeter/

Those are ugly as hell though
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Wrong link dude

No. It isn't. The link I posted to was to a press release about the new Precision Power "Power Class" 3 way components with AMT Tweeter.
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Lol!
Don't do this to me. ><
Wow...they've changed everything in the set.


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The midrange in that set looks huge. Would be hard to install.
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Default Re: NEW PPI PC3.65C Review!

Looks like a normal size mid to me. It is an ugly ass set though. I loved the look of the previous set. And I wonder why they moved away from using the neo motors
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