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Some Pioneer bullshit

 

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Username: Sweatyogre

Erie, PA USA

Post Number: 123
Registered: Mar-06
I used to think Pioneer subs were pretty good, despite what people told me. Then yesterday my TS-W300R's surround decided to separate itself from the basket. You can imagine how that sounds flapping around.

I learned my lesson, I'm ordering a pair of Alpine type S 12s.
 

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Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 902
Registered: Feb-06
should have listened to people and saved your money:-)

but why not step it up from the type s to the r?
 

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Username: Sweatyogre

Erie, PA USA

Post Number: 124
Registered: Mar-06
I was thinking about the type Rs, they're obviously better, but the 2 ohm DVC version I want is a little out of my price range, so I'm just gonna get the 2 ohm DVC type S's.
 

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Username: Jonez788

Marshalltown, Iowa

Post Number: 187
Registered: Jun-04
Yeah, the Pioneer stuff sorta stinks until you get up into their Premier line, like the 3004SPLs and such, those are pretty good.
 

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Username: Southern_bass

Paris, Tennessee U.S.

Post Number: 2317
Registered: Dec-05
ct said why not get type r's .. heres how i see it ... sealed = type s , ported = type r
 

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Username: Theweasel

Steamboat springs, Colorado U.S. of A

Post Number: 437
Registered: Mar-06
sealed r's are better then the type s. the type s is just a hair better then the type e imo.
 

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Username: Camaro823

British Colu... Canada

Post Number: 393
Registered: Jun-05
^^^ agreed type e = type s, little difference
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