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satdiver 
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hey all i am thinking about getting focal 270v3 polyglass components.
does anyone have an opinion on these speakers?? or any focals??
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Have a look here first.
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Ah the search key! focal component speakers -- posted image. Who would of thought!

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Huh... Mr. Obvious? Thanks, you're a lifesaver.
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a friend of mine has some in his mustang and they sound amazing..the tweeters are really loud....just good speakers overall..
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I have the focal polyglass and I love them.  In my opinion they are the best sounding components on the market.
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nate3510 wrote:
I have the focal polyglass and I love them.  In my opinion they are the best sounding components on the market.
Gah... Have a seat in MY car. Sure, for an off-the-shelf, mass market set, and if you LIKE that kind of shrill, hot-sounding tweeter, you can't go wrong. Overpriced as all get-out for what you get, I love 'em. NOT!
It all reminds me of something that Molière once said to Guy de Maupassant at a café in Vienna: "That's nice. You should write it down."
nate3510 
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haemphyst wrote:
nate3510 wrote:
I have the focal polyglass and I love them.  In my opinion they are the best sounding components on the market.
Gah... Have a seat in MY car. Sure, for an off-the-shelf, mass market set, and if you LIKE that kind of shrill, hot-sounding tweeter, you can't go wrong. Overpriced as all get-out for what you get, I love 'em. NOT!

So what are you using?

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Adire 6.8, as a mid-bass, specially modified (by Harmon International - they WERE destined to be mid-range drivers in a home theater center channel that never materialized) Vifa 4 inch carbon fiber/kevlar fiber, and the JL Audio VR series silk dome tweeters, tri-amplified with Alpine PDX series amplifiers, for 1200WRMS, with AltoMobile UCSPros in a three way, 48dB/octave crossover configuration.
No, really, I got CDT's, or Pyramids, I forget which...
Which are you gonna believe?
Yep, I'm a smartass! focal component speakers -- posted image.
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Focals are good for heating up grilled cheese sandwiches. Put on some speed metal, hold the bread and cheese between the tweeters, viola!
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