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chejeff
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Joined: 06 Oct 2005
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Location: Kuala Lumpur

PostPosted: Thu Nov 03, 2005 3:58 am    Post subject: Component Speakers System Reply with quote

Hi everybody,

1: Component with Mid-Bass Speaker
2: Component with Woofer

Q1: Can anyone explain what is the diff between this two?



Planning to buy:-

FOCAL POLYGLASS 165V2

6 1/2" COMPONENT SYSTEM
Woofer: 165mm.

Voice Coil: 25mm.

Magnet: 72mm.

Tweeter: Tioxyd TN 47.

Crossover: 2-way 12dB/octave (with adjustable tweeter level).


Q2 : Is this a good SPEAKER? (of is this even a speaker?)

Q3: Do i need to buy another component speaker after i install this?

Q4: Is RM500 a reasonable price for a New unit?

Q5: Any recommendation if i would like to pair it with Pioneer DEH-P7750MP HU? (Budget arounf RM500 for decent component)

All sifu Advice is very appreciated

Thanks in advance
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KCKS
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Joined: 10 Aug 2005
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2005 9:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For component speakers system, normally will include a pair of tweeters, a pair of mid-bass speakers and a pair of Passive crossover. The woofer should be not include in the component system.

For our Accent, the stock speakers for the front doors is 6" and 6 1/2" for rear speakers. But we can changed the entire speakers system to standardised of 6 1/2" speakers with adding a 1/2" thickness spacer and abit mod at the rear speaker board. So for the car, we should use 2 sets of 6 1/2" components set.

For compactibility/matching sound of the speakers with the headunit, you should consider the power handling rating of the speakers to the headunit. I suggest that you better choose a good headunit before considering to match the suitable speakers to it. Wink
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