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Old 31st May 2005, 09:35 AM   #31
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I have C-Quenze 4" units in my car (although they did get some boxed an open baffle work before I put them in the car) and ATC SCM100ASLs (and SCM100As) at work. VERY tough call, the ATCs have a certain richness to the midrange while the C-Quenzes are a little more delicate and fluid sounding to my ears, both are excellent products though and I doubt you would be unhappy with either. I think the deciding factor would be do you need the mids to drop that much lower. the ATCs are good to 300Hz, the C-Quenzes down to 150Hz, do you need/want that extra extension?
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