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Old 05-26-2007, 08:23 AM   #1
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which speakers? how many watts? heres some specs

hi guys, the amp is a pioneer gm-4000f, says it has Continuous Power (4 ohm) 35W x 4 hope this info along with the headunit which is a pioneer
DEH-P3800MP head unit, 50 wx4. will help you to help me pick the speakers for the rear , kickpanels and tweeters for my 84 318i. crossing my fingers.
thanks so much
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Old 05-26-2007, 08:57 AM   #2
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well, if you want to continue the pioneer trend, look at the TS-C1353 (5 1/4 component set) for the front, and the TS-A6972R (6x9 coaxial) for the rear deck. however, i've heard that pioneer doesnt make the best speakers, so ill give you some choices from clarion as well (my preferred brand).

front - SRS1326 (5 1/4 component set) (kicks+tweets)
rear - SRR 6986 (6x9 coaxial)

i have a source for clarion, so i may be able to get you prices below msrp if you live somewhere nearby me (stoney creek) or if you wouldn't mind me shipping them. its up to you.
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