Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Port Arthur, Texas
I replied on the other forum but I'll add this as a personal note.
I started with a Cerwin Vega B2 and the Kappas, wasn't happy. Don't get me wrong, it's a good setup and 90% of us would be happy with this, or the J&M or the Hog Tunes. This is the category I'd lump all these setups in, MUCH better than stock but there's another couple of tiers out there that offer much, much more!
Got a Rockford Fosgate TM400x4, better but needed better speaker quality.
Got some Moto 602's, WIN! but I couldn't leave well enough alone...
Arc moto 6.2's, nope not loud enough.
Titan II's, nope to bright.
Hertz Millie Pro's, just not for me.
Focal PC 165, uhmmm yeah! Something that doesn't quit have the bass of the Moto 602's but the SQ is incredible and they do hit hard.
I heard the Focal KRC's on my friend bike, yeah they sound better than the PC 165's. I like them enough that they ARE on my list as a next purchase.
Point being, take a look at what you want to accomplish. If I could give anyone one piece of advice it would be to do it right the first time and be done but that can sometimes be tough.
If you want to keep the cost down and you'll be happy with something that is loud and clear but maybe not the best SQ out there, the Biketronics kit fills that niche.
If your an audiophile then just stop listening to all the opinions and get the Soundz Customz setup.
Personally, I wish I would have just listened to the very first audio guy I talked to who recommended the Focal KRC's. I just wasn't looking at spending $1100 on a 2 speaker setup (that was with a Focal amp too and installation, you can get the setup for much less).