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BIGTOSH
10-05-2007, 12:38 AM
anyone have imfo on a good 3way comp set, 6.5midbass 4'' midrange 1" or whatever size tweet. will be ran with around 150wts a side.

dB-SPL
10-05-2007, 12:53 AM
Rainbow CS 360.30 :)

-Bill-

gamecock guru
10-05-2007, 02:54 AM
very nice sounding 3-way. they sound very clean and will crank like hell. i'd run the tweet and the midrange in the pillars. point them right in your face. can't afford them? save your money. the best cost :)

http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&Product_ID=5547

zeeman918
10-05-2007, 04:03 AM
Rainbow CS 360.30 :)

-Bill-

GEEZUS CHRIST!!! 10 grand???

gamecock guru
10-05-2007, 04:31 AM
GEEZUS CHRIST!!! 10 grand???

yep, severely over-rated and over-priced. i wish people would get off rainbow'a nutz on this forum. anytime somebody post a new thread asking about what comps they should run you can gurantee atleast 5 idiots will recommend rainbow. out of those 5 maybe 2 people actually own rainbow's. fvcken sad

genxx
10-05-2007, 09:08 AM
Well I have owned Rainbows and still own some Rainbow stuff. The Rainbow Profi Van 365 and Rainbow Profi 365 if want to step it up a little then get the kick sets. You will not be disappointed with them. These sets will run in the $900-$1000 range. 150W per side is a little weak for running 3-ways.IMO I would get an amp with more power if you are going to do this.IMO

Dynaudio System older series 340, 360 newer series 342, 362
If you can find the MB Quart 3-ways they are also very nice.
Diamond Audio D641 + D641 D6.0MX3 and the HEX S400 + HEX S6.0MX3
Morel 3-way
Genesis Absolute 1.3 and 2.3
Hertz HSK 163, ESK 163 S, MLK 3
CDT HD642, ES-642i, 0642i, 0742i

I am sure there are others I am leaving out

What is you budget? Is really the question here.

Flipx99
10-05-2007, 10:16 AM
I had the SLC 365 as an entry level kit.

To be honest, I perfer two way active over 3 way passive unless you really know how to install.

If your ability is sketchy, two way active is a little easier

Flipx99
10-05-2007, 10:16 AM
yep, severely over-rated and over-priced. i wish people would get off rainbow'a nutz on this forum. anytime somebody post a new thread asking about what comps they should run you can gurantee atleast 5 idiots will recommend rainbow. out of those 5 maybe 2 people actually own rainbow's. fvcken sad

More people run rainbow than you think....

:fyi:

6spdcoupe
10-05-2007, 11:21 PM
yep, severely over-rated and over-priced. i wish people would get off rainbow'a nutz on this forum. anytime somebody post a new thread asking about what comps they should run you can gurantee atleast 5 idiots will recommend rainbow. out of those 5 maybe 2 people actually own rainbow's. fvcken sad

Im sure your speaking of such vast experience and knowledge having owned and used all of their lineup right? :rolleyes:

I also guess all people that use Rainbows are idiots? Looks like Exactly what you just said.

BIGTOSH
10-05-2007, 11:31 PM
Well I have owned Rainbows and still own some Rainbow stuff. The Rainbow Profi Van 365 and Rainbow Profi 365 if want to step it up a little then get the kick sets. You will not be disappointed with them. These sets will run in the $900-$1000 range. 150W per side is a little weak for running 3-ways.IMO I would get an amp with more power if you are going to do this.IMO

Dynaudio System older series 340, 360 newer series 342, 362
If you can find the MB Quart 3-ways they are also very nice.
Diamond Audio D641 + D641 D6.0MX3 and the HEX S400 + HEX S6.0MX3
Morel 3-way
Genesis Absolute 1.3 and 2.3
Hertz HSK 163, ESK 163 S, MLK 3
CDT HD642, ES-642i, 0642i, 0742i

I am sure there are others I am leaving out

What is you budget? Is really the question here.

round$700

genxx
10-06-2007, 05:11 AM
For $700 contact 6spd that posted above you and see what he has that meets your price range.

Flipx99
10-06-2007, 04:03 PM
I'd vote the dyns if you could swing them.