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    Default MM6 Component Speakers Cheap!!

    I just ran across this. Cardomain.com is selling the MM6 component speakers for $190!! Isn't that real cheap?! Isn't this a great deal?! What's stoppin' somebody from buyin' 'em? Is Cardomain.com an authorized dealer?

    'Nother set of questions, lol. How come their sensitivity is so low? And, how come the new carbon fiber component speakers will dig so much lower? And, would it still be better to get these MM6s for such a low price? And, last, what's the smallest opening that the woofer would fit in? The current speakers in my '95 Jeep Cherokee are 5.25". lol. I know that won't work, but, what's the smallest hole the MM6s will go in?

    Thanks!`

    Edit: Oh, and here's the link: http://www.cardomain.com/item/POLMM6
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    Also, when I look at the MM6 and the db6750, the db components go a lot lower. What's the difference? Why would I rather have the MM6 components? I could use a sub and it would theoritically be the same set-up, I'd just hafta use the sub starting at a higher frequency with the MM6s, but would it be better to have the db's? And have more of the bass coming from the front?

    I'm thinkin' I may ask for some speakers/subs for Christmas, so I'm beginning to research this stuff again.

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    the mm6s go plently low
    and that special has been on cardomain for a while
    the mm6s are 6.75" speakers...theyre very large and very deep
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    The MM6 is tons better than the DB675. Amps you can judge by specs, speakers you cant.
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    you can make any speaker fit... it just takes a little work...

    I've got 5.25" holes in my dakota and i'm putting mm6's in there... how much work is involved depends on the car
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    Well depth will be the main problem. If its way too deep itll be sticking out of the door panel! That of course is where custom fiberglassing would come in. Not to mention $$$$$ if you dont how to do it yourself.
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