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jmcinvale
07-24-2013, 11:37 AM
Anyone have any experience using a DB Bass Inferno BIM 6CS Pro Audio Midrange Speaker in car audio?

I needed to replace one Pyle Pro midbass driver and come to find out the Infinity rear door speakers I have are rated for 75 watts RMS so I decided to replace all four speakers.

At first I was a bit hesitant because the price is so low, but I remembered how Dayton audio speakers are low cost, but a great product so I decided to give these a try as they look more well built than some of the bigger brands of speakers do.

I would also maybe need to add tweeters to the rear door speakers. I have a couple tweeters, but am not sure how and where I want to mount them.

naughtyca
07-24-2013, 01:02 PM
why dont you get the pyle pro audio ppa6 from parts express they are only $10 and they are loud

jmcinvale
07-24-2013, 01:21 PM
why dont you get the pyle pro audio ppa6 from parts express they are only $10 and they are loud

Depth 3.30" = too deep for my application.

naughtyca
07-24-2013, 02:33 PM
have u looked at PRV's, the Bass inferno amps are very very very very low quality amp not even close to their DB drive maker. they are like the Boss

jmcinvale
07-24-2013, 03:34 PM
I'll have to look at them.

Will get those speakers in tomorrow then will install them and give a listen. Hopefully they will sound great.

jmcinvale
07-25-2013, 04:45 PM
The speakers arrived today. First thing I noticed is on the rear of the box all the driver specs are listed.

Also the speakers look to be well constructed.

Testing one speaker on a 150 watt amp with the speaker sitting in its box and so far the speaker sounds good. Maybe a bit harsh in the upper midrange, but that's without the grille on.

jmcinvale
07-30-2013, 11:00 PM
I got the speakers installed. Only did the front doors. Had to use the speaker grill mount in order for the speakers to clear the window. So far they sound great for what they are.

Did not do the rear speakers yet as these speakers don't have much treble response above 10 KHz.