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i would reccomend fusion kit. i've had mine for over 12 months with no problems. Upgraded the fromt speakers to Fusion Encounter 16.5mm Components (£49.99). Then got Fusion Powerplant 6x9s (£79.99) and then got 2 Sony Xplod Black Pentagon subs (£62 each). I'm not blowing my own trumpet or anything, but it sounds pretty good. I dont get any distortion and with the head unti set up properly its like having a massive home stereo.
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I have a Pioneer MP3 headunit, 17cm Alpine speakers in the doors and Alpine 6 x 9 in the rear quarters, it sounds fine to me.

No rattles or distortion at reasonable levels.

Was thinking of installing one of my 2 Alpine amps to power the speakers, but decided against it, so might be selling them

and a 10" Pioneer Sub!!!

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I have a Pioneer MP3 headunit, 17cm Alpine speakers in the doors and Alpine 6 x 9 in the rear quarters, it sounds fine to me.

No rattles or distortion at reasonable levels.

Was thinking of installing one of my 2 Alpine amps to power the speakers, but decided against it, so might be selling them

and a 10" Pioneer Sub!!!

 

 

Sorry to crash the post but its on the subject! Where on ebay can i get some good but cheap sound proofing? and is it a case of just taping it to the inside of the door or?

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I have a Pioneer MP3 headunit, 17cm Alpine speakers in the doors and Alpine 6 x 9 in the rear quarters, it sounds fine to me.

No rattles or distortion at reasonable levels.

Was thinking of installing one of my 2 Alpine amps to power the speakers, but decided against it, so might be selling them

and a 10" Pioneer Sub!!!

 

 

Sorry to crash the post but its on the subject! Where on ebay can i get some good but cheap sound proofing? and is it a case of just taping it to the inside of the door or?

 

Did'nt think to ask that ginger9991.

 

I agree with ginger9991 where on ebay can we get some good but cheap sound proofing?

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I have a Pioneer MP3 headunit, 17cm Alpine speakers in the doors and Alpine 6 x 9 in the rear quarters, it sounds fine to me.

No rattles or distortion at reasonable levels.

Was thinking of installing one of my 2 Alpine amps to power the speakers, but decided against it, so might be selling them

and a 10" Pioneer Sub!!!

 

 

Sorry to crash the post but its on the subject! Where on ebay can i get some good but cheap sound proofing? and is it a case of just taping it to the inside of the door or?

 

Did'nt think to ask that ginger9991.

 

I agree with ginger9991 where on ebay can we get some good but cheap sound proofing?

 

Found a few but donno whats any good! just searched soundproofing.

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It's alright, it's what i've thrown in mine. It's by far not the best, but it's half the price of everything else. There was a test done for the slightly better version of this which faired averagely against the market leaders........
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change of subject I know, but is there anything I should know before I put my Kenwood head unit into my Escort mk6? I mean is there anything I need to buy before I go ahead and put it in?

 

That facia adapter if you just have a standard ford in. And probably the connectors in halfords. about 15 quid the lot i think.

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