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Kenwood 6*9s. KFC-6907
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Old 28th May 2012, 01:47 PM   #1
kristyon is offline kristyon
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Default Kenwood 6*9s. KFC-6907

So, just wondering, I have a pair of these and was thinking of using them in a vented box. Trouble is, being car speakers, specs on them are hard to find. All I can find is frequency response, 28-28kHz. Seems dubious about lower end...
Anyone have any idea of a good size vented box to put them in?
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