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Component war: CDT or DLS ?

Old 01-15-2004, 05:36 PM
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Okay guys... this is the last peice of the puzzle,for my setup...
I'm getting rid of my JBL coaxials, and replace them with a nice set of Components.
I know you can't go wrong with any of the components I mentioned, but what would you choose and why ?


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ps: I'm getting an awesome deal on the DLS. (can't say from who though) [img]graemlins/deal4u.gif[/img]
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Old 01-15-2004, 07:58 PM
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Just go with what fits your budget, what will fit in the car and what will fit properly with the power you have from your amp.
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Old 01-15-2004, 08:59 PM
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Originally posted by scarlemthug:
Just go with what fits your budget, what will fit in the car and what will fit properly with the power you have from your amp.
So basically, I cant go wrong with either ? Right?

Then I will go with DLS for sure, simply based on that I'm getting super deals on them !! [img]smile.gif[/img]
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Old 01-15-2004, 09:20 PM
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I have not heard either so I will not state an opinion. Which sounds the most natural on voice and unamplified instruments? Is there a volume difference? Assuming both will fit... which looks best? Any other advantages to either? And of course cost. Several of these could be a show stopper and the real question in all this is what is important to you?
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Well, I want awesome detailed sound, and must be as clear as possible..I have the right amp + deck for that... [img]smile.gif[/img]
This is the last peice I need to complete my stereo.
I havent heard any of these components, so I'm basically just going on from what I hear (Just like when I bought my e8a sub)
I am leaning towards DLS, simply because of the deal I'm gonna get !

Thanks for the opinions guys . [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]
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Originally posted by DWVW:
My favourite car at IASCA finals ran DLS, Scott Buwalda's Nissan.
Is he using DLS now???

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^ Ditto


without hearing them you are really just winging it. You want to trust us??? Heck I am a Yankee what do I know
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Scott is not running the 240 anymore. He's racing it. He went to finals with a Nissan Altima and DLS gear.

Which DLS component set are you getting a killer deal on??? I may be able to shed some light.

And regardless of what you buy, if it's a KILLER deal and nothing wrong with the set, if you don't like it (and it was a "KILLER" deal), you should be able to flip the set easily and get your money back out of it. So hard to loose on a KILLER deal, UNLESS something is wrong with the set. And no, I'm not involved in the sale of this set whatsoever. It has nothing to do with us as far as I know.

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