Stilo Speakers too big

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Stilo Speakers too big

volxstu

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Hi i want to put a set of components in the front and rear of my 3dr stilo but i want them to be of a Large wattage so the magnets i guess will be too big too fit. So does anybody have any good ways around this. Any suggestions would be a great help as at the moment the only option is to invert and cross phase.
 

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How much space do you have to play with depthwise? Try to find something that'll fit (or you could find something near enough and build a slim baffle if necessary)
 
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How on earth do you know of this company they only have one distributor in the uk as far as i can see, also i dont think that this distributor are likely to sell anything for a reasonable price as it looks like they primarily deal with bespoke car equiptment. But if you know more than me (which you clearly do) then details would be appreciated.
 
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Would you be interested in mine? I've just bought a new set of comps (rapidly heading towards financial ruin now!) and will be returning to running a passive front end with more power from bridging my M44.
 
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Would you be interested in mine? I've just bought a new set of comps (rapidly heading towards financial ruin now!) and will be returning to running a passive front end with more power from bridging my M44.

Possibly but i only have £100 in the budget for the first set of speakers.
 
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