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    Default Polk db570 vs Polk Dxi570 vs MTX

    I don't know which to choose between Polk db570 vs Polk Dxi570 they are offering me in the same price, also they told me to get an MTX http://www.crutchfield.com/p_236RTX6....html?tp=49590 or something similar that it will sound better than a regular speaker, is this correnct? (will use amp)

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    is this going in a mustang ? Not to clear on what your asking

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    Looks like they gagged that midwoofer. That is absolutely hideous.

    The Polks are essentially the same speaker. Get whichever you can get the best price on.
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