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whats the difference between component speakers and regular speakers, other than components come with tweeters? should i switch from regular infinity speakers to infinity component speakers?

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Regular speakers are easier or simpler to mount. Components give you the flexablity of setting up your tweeters at the level you want but they are more of a hassle because they usually come with bulky crossovers. In my personal oppinion I like round speakers better than oval because they sound better to me. I have 4 in my car the 2 in the back i use as highs. The 2 in the doors are component that I use as midbass and the tweeters are mounted on the doors also but on the very top next to the window. So with components and their cross over you can better seperate the bass from your highs. With regular speakers with the tweeters aready connected to them (2-way, 3-way, 4-way) you can do this also but you have to know what your doing or you will damage your subs. Both set ups are good. Which is better? It depends on your taste and your and the vehicle it will be in.

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