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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-24-2013, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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I an thinking about getting one of the Yaffe kits with speakers and amp has anyone used any of his audio stuff?

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Depending on which set you want I would suggest piecing it together thru amazon and eBay and save your self some serious $$$$$

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Save yourself a bunch of money and build your own setup. You can buy everything in that kit online(amazon) that Yaffe offers and save huge.

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I wouldn't purchase anything from Yaffe as their Customer Service is the worst.
That's just my opinion based on what I have read about them.
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I purchased the items they advertise separately and I'll say this, the set up rocks and I saved a great deal of money. I am really happy with the sound and the price. Build it yourself, good bang for the buck.
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As all the other post have said, you can save over 50% buying and piecing it together yourself, everything is available online, and you can buy the mounting plates for the amps here on the forum.

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I an thinking about getting one of the Yaffe kits with speakers and amp has anyone used any of his audio stuff?
I have the 4 speaker amp set. Its a good beginner set I think but as the others say its cheaper to piece it together. Live and learn right? LOL I would lean towards hertz and JL audio parts those seem to be the best bang for your buck from what I hear. That's what I am leaning towards for winter

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One thing I have noticed on this and other forums, is that nobody has complained about Hertz or Jl audio speakers & amps. That is the direction I'm going. Other have alpine, Hawg wired , focal, and are happy.

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