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Fate710
08-09-2005, 01:25 AM
Alright guys needing some help. I'm going to be custom making my door panels and I'm wanting to put a component set and a midbass. I'm needing something that is really good on the high notes because my 4x6s aren't putting out enough high notes for my liking. I would like something that hits the highs and still puts the bass down. I have the bass part but I'm wanting some good crisp sounds.


I have thought about putting in a set of 6.5" comps and an 8" mid bass.

bri487
08-09-2005, 01:26 AM
are you going to be powering these with an amp? what kind of budget do you have.

Fate710
08-09-2005, 01:46 AM
no budget really. I'm wanting something really good and crisp sounding.


Yes I would like to power these with an amp. The 4x6s can be powered by the headunit but i would like the comps and the midbass' to be powered by an amp and if I can get ahold of some or if it would help I would like some horns.

kuijo
08-09-2005, 01:51 AM
You wouldn't need a tweeter if you got the horns, people with horns and tweeters usually cross them over at about 17-18000hz and up, and is really only for an RTA to pick up the diffrences. You probably wouldn't care either way.

Fate710
08-09-2005, 01:58 AM
well what are my options on my speakers.

kuijo
08-09-2005, 01:59 AM
You said no budget, but you should really give a better idea. 500, 1000, 2000?

Fate710
08-09-2005, 02:00 AM
well for components no more than lets say 550 and for midbass no more then 300 and for an amp no more than 500

OlogyAudio
08-09-2005, 02:09 AM
well for components no more than lets say 550 and for midbass no more then 300 and for an amp no more than 500

You have a PM.

bri487
08-09-2005, 03:22 PM
the new zapco red cone components are just plain pimp ****. i would definitly go that route if i were to change my setup right this second.

Fate710
08-09-2005, 03:30 PM
well I think I may go with a comp set from Ology Audio(very nice setups if you ask me) and the 6.5" XXX Midbass. I think it should sound pretty sweet being pushed by a Viper A502

bri487
08-09-2005, 03:37 PM
well I think I may go with a comp set from Ology Audio(very nice setups if you ask me) and the 6.5" XXX Midbass. I think it should sound pretty sweet being pushed by a Viper A502
those zapco components will give you everything you need. if you run them, i guarantee you will have all the mid-bass you need. you will be more than happy.

Fate710
08-09-2005, 03:59 PM
i am wanting a complete system and with the Ology Audio setup he does all the testing before he sends them out. I'm just going with the XXX midbass because I want some more umph in the front.

bri487
08-09-2005, 05:11 PM
i am wanting a complete system and with the Ology Audio setup he does all the testing before he sends them out.
same with zapco. each product comes with a birth sheet. each product is tested by an actual human.

OlogyAudio
08-09-2005, 11:40 PM
same with zapco. each product comes with a birth sheet. each product is tested by an actual human.

Mine isn't? :) Its all assembled by hand.. tested by hand... I keep the xovers within ~1% of eachother typ. -- 2% is my absolute limit... He is also operating at well below his budget getting sound that he would normally have to spend more than his budget for...

What do they show on their birthsheets anyways? Impedance and FR?

bri487
08-10-2005, 05:15 PM
Mine isn't? :) Its all assembled by hand.. tested by hand... I keep the xovers within ~1% of eachother typ. -- 2% is my absolute limit... He is also operating at well below his budget getting sound that he would normally have to spend more than his budget for...

What do they show on their birthsheets anyways? Impedance and FR?

i never said it wasnt. jeez, loser. just admit that those zapco components are ******. someone who cant give a little credit to another company with good/exceptional products sounds like they should be a used car salesman at hal's autorama.

OlogyAudio
08-10-2005, 05:20 PM
i never said it wasnt. jeez, loser. just admit that those zapco components are ******. someone who cant give a little credit to another company with good/exceptional products sounds like they should be a used car salesman at hal's autorama.

Lol read it wrong -- pullin long days tryn to multitask doin too many things at once :uhoh:

Sorry about that

They as well as many other companies out there like say rainbow are indeed ******