View Full Version : Most, clean midbass with 100 watts

12-16-2011, 11:58 PM
What set of components would be the best if I were to run 100 watts to em, for a reasonable price? Looking for brand new, no buys off of people here(its gonna be in the future, sox)

And when I say best, I mean the bassiest midbass with cleanest sound. Highest effiency I should say

Why So Cereal?
12-17-2011, 12:37 AM
Pioneer TS D1720C. Very tight, punchy midbass. I use the mid from the set as dedicated midbass in my 3 way front stage and it pounds. I run 125wrms to jus the mids so they'll take some power too.

12-17-2011, 10:22 PM
A lot of people like Massive Audio CK6 components because the woofers can play tight and loud bass. The price is very budget friendly too.

My Hybrid Audio Imagine speakers also put out strong and very musical midbass. No issues with bottoming out or sounding harsh at high volume if high pass crossover is used at 70Hz or so. I have them running on 60watts RMS but they should have no problems with 100watts or more powerful amplifier in an active mode. The set is a little pricey.

12-17-2011, 11:48 PM
Hertz Mille MLK-165

in a fully deadened and sealed door - you almost don't need a sub. outstanding midbass and some of the best midrange available from a 6.5" driver. they are comparable to reference studio monitors.

here is a build with them

12-18-2011, 12:26 AM
The new Exodus midbass woofer is probably in the top 3 most ****** ones out there. I have their old mids and they are very nice.

12-18-2011, 12:49 AM
mpyre :)

12-18-2011, 01:02 AM
I have Hertz HV-165s in my doors and they womped on 50 and actaully hit on 90 lol and i have yet to get my deadner in there. Gunna sound way better after i do

12-18-2011, 01:20 AM

12-19-2011, 03:59 PM
I'm not sure of a correlation between efficiency and "clean" sound. For a great midrange driver that has some punch to the midbass, but is also efficient (93.1 dB), I suggest the CDT Audio HD-6. Talk Audio TV celebrates the 20th year of the CDT Audio HD6 driver - YouTube (http://youtu.be/cvA4bnAz2rw)

12-19-2011, 11:37 PM
A few years ago I bought some Ascendant Audio 6.75" midbass woofers for $35/ea right from AA. Not sure if you can still get them but I have always cherished them.

12-26-2011, 02:46 AM
Is there such thing as best????

If i where to look into clean,smooth or detailed mids with a nice tonality, i think i would look into these speakers
Scan Speak
SB Acoustics
Aurum Cantus

12-27-2011, 08:38 AM
Is there such thing as best????

If i where to look into clean,smooth or detailed mids with a nice tonality, i think i would look into these speakers
Scan Speak
SB Acoustics
Aurum Cantus

You should put Diamond Audio on there as well. Very good drivers.

12-27-2011, 09:38 AM
^^ diamonds do work. i have about 300rms at 4 ohms to each side of my fronts, the Diamond audio hex speakers sound great...150rms woofers, amazing tweets. cant wait until february when the release the new version.
any of their speakers i am loyal to.
Eton is the manufacturer/designer.

12-29-2011, 01:14 AM
Yes the diamond hex which are built by ETON, do make a excellent speaker.

hey hispls, so you have the older Exodus??
i didn't realize there was older vs newer?

Yes the exodus mids are probably the best midbass driver i've owned.
I mean the midbass is very smooth with a clean tonality, in the lower end.
It has a metal cone, big magnet, yes it's a very heavy driver.
you only need around 100rms of clean power.
I felt like i had a sub in my doors.
If your'e looking to do a F.A.S.T. setup then i would pick the exodus driver over any other midbass.

If you want a really good or great driver i would look into scanspeak or aurum cantus.
I really like detail in my music.
Tonality is very important to my ears.
i really like the aurum cantus mids.

Each car environment is different.
I have a scion tc which to me is one of better cars to make sound good.

Look at HAT products.
They win almost every comp,which i don't know why.
There speakers aren't my cup of tea.
I think Scott does a excellent job which with his products, but to my ears in my car i don't want to bright which HAT products are.

Everyone hears music differently.

I like strong vocal's with a lot of detail, heavy midbass , & lots of low end, no not heavy boom boom

12-29-2011, 01:20 AM
There are a lot.