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bigbangtheory
09-27-2005, 12:43 AM
Was wondering if I took out my eclispe 6x9" 3 ways out of my factory location in the rear of my cavalier and placed a set of MB quart 5 1/4" Dicus componets in it(customized that is) would it sound better than my coxials? I know alot of you dont like rear fill anyway but I do for some reason. Thanks:D

bikejunkie223
09-27-2005, 02:04 AM
the 6x9's would probably give you more bass, if you have a sub, who cares about that. I run my rear fill bandpassed @ like 180hz or so. I understand what you mean about it though, it's nice to have the car full of sound. though I am gradually converting to a front stage only guy.

bigbangtheory
09-27-2005, 02:22 AM
I have the bass end down for sure. Just trying to get some good high end in there to match the bass. I find myself turning down my bass so my highs can keep up. :(

DiamondFanatic
09-27-2005, 02:26 AM
I would swap for the components... not sure I would highpass em at 180 though.... you're throwing them on an amp right? (you're looking to put you're old speakers in the back?)

bigbangtheory
09-27-2005, 02:49 AM
I would swap for the components... not sure I would highpass em at 180 though.... you're throwing them on an amp right? (you're looking to put you're old speakers in the back?)


The speakers I am talking about are in the back already. I want to swap out the 6x9's for the componets but I am afraid they might not sound as loud as the coxials. They will be running off a 4 channel clarion amp.

SSS 18734
09-27-2005, 02:52 AM
why wouldnt they be as loud as your coaxials? I'd keep the coax's if its just for rear fill but another set of comps might sound nice.

DiamondFanatic
09-27-2005, 02:52 AM
Oh I thought that you had Type X's for fronts.. my bad man. Yeah I would put some nicer round speakers in the back and ditch the ovals.

bigbangtheory
09-27-2005, 03:34 AM
LOL I do have the x's in front. I want to put the new mb quart componet set in the back to help me with my high end to match the bass better.