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March 28, 2012 Good Quality For The Price
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T-town from Tulsa, Oklahoma
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A little background. Replaced the factory setup in a 2011 Toyota Prerunner (4 door) pickup. Used ID 12 sub behind the seat. a Set of CTX-65's n the back doors. and 65 series components in the front doors. Running the CTX's off of head unit power believe it or not from a Kenwood Excelon.These really would sound great at about 125 watts give or take each of clean power but I did not want the headache of pushing the stock charging/battery system to power another external amp. intention of these speakers in the doors is to fill in between the sub and the front anyway. Great mid bass! mid range is decent not exceptional and the tweeters are good at the 25 or so watts running though them. Crossed over at 60HZ on up th eo do the trick. They would not hit as hard as the component set no matter what the power but are close and a great compliment. Both the CTX-65 and component equivalent are bass heavy which suits me fine. I also have deadened the doors and interior with Fatmat a great idea for many reasons...run these with a minimum of 60 watts each of good power and they'd be fine or use them to simply fill in and transition between the sub and front and you can run them with less power but cross them over for clean sound. I run Linear Power amps modded by TIPS to put out about double wattage at .001% distortion on the rest of the system and these fill in fine but wouold be awesome at 60-100 watts of clean power I may add an amp for them later on currently the entire system is right at 1300 total watts.
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