View Full Version : DLS MS6 question

08-15-2005, 03:02 AM
Wheres the best place to get these, I saw on the board that infinitecaraudio has them for just under 200, so I was about to buy them from there, but I guess its worth asking here before I do.

O and what amp would you run to them ^.^

-Thanks for any input.

08-15-2005, 03:34 AM
Thats a good price.
They dont need much power, a good 50-60W amp will power them just fine.
I installed these in my friends car. I like them a lot

08-15-2005, 03:47 AM
I've got em in my car and I'm very happy, they sound extremely clear.. I found that mounting the tweeters just to the side of my door handles, and aimed at mine and the passengers head was ideal, it's almost like you can't even tell where the sound is coming from, it's like the music is playing INSIDE of your head :D I set the tweeter crossover to the lowest setting, since they are mounted up fairly high.

Midbass is also very good on the MS6 set.. I was subless for about a week and I was running an estimated 50 watts rms each to these and it basically sounded as if I had a decent 8" sub in a sealed box in my trunk.

I bought them from www.uscaraudio.com and they were really good.. shipped the speakers out within 24 hours and e-mailed me a fedex ground tracking #. I ordered two subs from them last week and they shipped out in 2-3 biz days which isn't half shabby either.

08-15-2005, 04:02 AM
The tweeter is super insanely loud on the highest setting.
The mids are pretty good, just need to deaden the doors properly and they will shine.
They sound great with time alignment

08-15-2005, 09:49 PM
Jbl P180.2 or the JBL P80.4 ?

08-16-2005, 03:38 PM
P80.4--Will give them 160x2 bridged, as opposed to 90x2 from the P180.2. Its always nice to have the extra headroom, and you also won't be demanding as much from the 80.4 amp to put out the same power.

08-17-2005, 02:26 AM
its not actually limited to those 2 amps, but I have a 1200.1 and either of those will probably "look" better back there.

08-17-2005, 03:50 AM

usamps I/S 2080 or 2100