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Old 05-14-2012, 08:32 AM   #1

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Question for Camaro Hertz speaker owners

Im using HSK165 in the doors, using Pheonix gold sub/6ch amp pkg and having a hard time deciding on rear speakers. Are you running same as front? Stock?(mine are BA), or maybe go with HSK165xl in rear? Or go 6x9's. Thoughts?? Please only respond if u have Hertz as i wont put other brand back there.

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Old 05-14-2012, 09:24 AM   #2
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Just use a set of ECX690 (Energy series 6x9) if you want to upgrade from your stock BA. They run about $200/pr and will do fine plus be easy to install. You don't need much rear anyway. Focus on the front. This is unless you want to get trick and relocate a second pair of 6 1/2" coax drivers to the side wall rear panels. This option works WAY better but is a little involved.

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