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    Default Polk/Momo MMC6500 VS SR series 6.5?

    what is the main benefit to upgrading to the SR series 6 1/2? I have the Momo MMC6500's and the MMC690's right now and they are Amazing, but i just heard about your SR Series and cannot believe there is something better then the MMC6500's i have now!

    I noticed the Price differance is about doubled with the sr's, so what is the main benefit to upgrading?

    and will they push good with my current 400.4 MOMO Amp?

    one more question while im at it why is there no Component 6 x 9's out?...I love the components alot better than my old MMC650's i had, is there ever gonna be a possibility of a MMC6900?

    thanks
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    The SRs sound a lot better. Not that the Momos are bad... the SRs are just very very very good.

    The C400.4 being used to biamp the SRs are a great fit.

    The MMC690s are technically component speakers since they have an outboard crossover. I wouldn't expect to see a seperate tweet since no one else does it and not many people would probably buy it.

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    MB Quart makes a pretty good component 6x9 but Brian is right that nobody would buy them because they think they wont sound as good. Id rather have a 6x9 mid over a 6.5 assuming it was good quality.
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    BTW, the SR6500 comes with a 6x9 adapter in the box.

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    ok thanks for the feedback, im assuming these are not gonna be available in stores such as "Circuit city, best buy, Fry's electronics" anytime soon are they?

    where is the best places to buy these speakers?...strictly online?

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    Tweeter sells them.... online try Crutchfield and Sounddomain.
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    Anyone know what Tweeter family store is out in Phoenix? I know they have a couple different names. Still the same annoying guy Chris on the radio commercials, just him talking about a different store name.

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