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Which speakers (not including subs) are the best all around?   190 votes

  1. 1. Which speakers (not including subs) are the best all around?

    • Infinity
      26
    • JL Audio
      16
    • JBL
      27
    • Rockford Fosgate
      11
    • MB Quart
      14
    • Alpine
      46
    • Bose
      14
    • Cerwin Vega
      3
    • Pioneer
      23
    • Kenwood
      10

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62 posts in this topic

If you have a different brand in mind then reply with that one.

here are some others that aren't listed.

sony

lightining audio

jensen

jvc

clarion

blaupunkt

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MB quart (which i voted) are brilliant.. no disortion at all and the clarity is amazing!

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Not to hot on car audio speakers although JBL do ten to be superb, haven't heard the Nakamichi car audio kit, if it's even close to their home audio or sound space range then I would pay a fortune for it.

I have the Soundspace 5 system (one of the smaller ones at www.nakamichi.com) and the sound quality is unbelievable, such a small system but I heard it at the same time as a comparable bose system and the nakamichi won hands down, 10 out of 10 for me.....

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Sub - JL Audio

2 Way Component Speakers - Infinity or MB Quart

2 Way Speakers - Alpine

6*9 Speakers - Alpine

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why are there so many views to this post but only 4 votes?! come on people

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best speakers in the world....

Focal utopia speakers...

if you havnt heard a full utopia system in a car, youve never heard a good system. they are amazing. but they do come with a price tag that you could buy a small carribean island with.

700 quid for some 6.5 components!!

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Here's a list of the kit I had in my previous car (Rolla GTi)

1 x Alpine 3555 4 x 120watts amplifier

1 x Alpine 3550 4 x 70 watts Amplifier.

2 x JBL TC12 tweeters (on top of dash)

2 x JBL TC40 4" mids (in original Speaker positions)

2 x JBL Tm930 6" x 9" 3 way speakers (in custom built parcel shelf)

2 x JBL GTi 1200 watt 12" subs (in custom built enclosure in boot)

MB Quart 160qx 6" speakers (in custom built door pockets)

So I guess you know what I voted for B)

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sorry DYNAUDIO make the best mobiltronics, but try find a supplier, in the UK

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recently heard the Polk Audio Momo Components in an M3... my god are they crystal clear! not as puchy as you expect from £400ish, but damn clear at any volume... just what i want from my speakers really.... acoustic clarity comes before punch, thats what the sub is for...

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Polk are good, as are Boston Acoustiks, and Rainbow

:thumbsup:

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kenwoods electronics are very good i.e. their amps and headunits etc nut their speakers are w*nk.

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I don't think much to their amps, but they do a good line of budget head units for those who want to stick an aftermarket CD player in for less than 100 notes.

Steve.

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yeah i agree with steve,

they should have stuck to making food processors and the like as supposed to specialising in ICE. i dont rate Kenwood at all... :mellow:

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Diamond :thumbsup:

Planet audio B)

Simon

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:blink:Huh?

No panasonic whats up with that?

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sorry DYNAUDIO make the best mobiltronics, but try find a supplier, in the UK

I second that....

DynaAudio is sweeeeet.

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When it comes down to it, stereos are only as good as their weakest component. The best speakers in the world sound bad through a lowsy system.

I like jbl, been around a long time. They make concert speakers and recording studio speakers. I don't own jbl car audio components yet. but when I do they will be jbl without a doubt. I do own a pair of control 5's and the sb5 sub from jbl and I love them. over 10 years and still sound great.

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alpine all over

ooze quality

in my opinion anyway

:thumbsup:

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I've got 2x JL 10w3's in the MR2 and 6 1/2 polk components.

A Phonex Gold amp and a BBG amp ..

Sounds awesome ..

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I drive with alpine, koveaudio and usamps inside. And it sounds great ! :P

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I would say focal. Focal is a really nice but abit expensive and not many dealer around. It has been voted the speaker of the year.

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Im a student on a budget so i say Sony Xplod rule all round.

+Excellent quality :thumbsup:

+Looks great :thumbsup:

+2/3 ways havent distorted once :thumbsup:

+Simple wiring and setup :thumbsup:

+Easy to fit in my car, very little DIY needed :thumbsup:

+Red / Silver design goes with my car's blue/Black exterior/interior B)

Also they were the one of the cheapest brands around and when i bought it all i was very surprised at the price. £60 for my 2/3 ways :lol: (then £120 sub £160 amp £120 head unit but thats a kenwood :wacko: )

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Infinity! soon 2 b full infinity system bar head unit and amp

my amps a kenwood 1500w monoblock because it came up for £50 bargain

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