ok as most of you know i'm pretty unsatisfied with my current midbass. it's not really that i'm unsatisfied i feel that it's lacking. check my sig for my equipment but i feel like the HD mids although sound amazing just aren't cutting it in the lower spectrum say sub 120hz and i'm currently running an active setup
i've thought about changing out the midbasses or adding a dedicated midbass, but IMO i think that it's going to cost way too much to fiberglass an 8" + another amp (which i don't have room for). RIGHT NOW I"M LOOKING FOR A HIGH EFFICIENCY COMPONENT SET. tell me if this would work well..... get a set of components that will be efficiently powered by 100rms/side (channels 1/2) then get a set of 6.5" dedicated midbasses (something along the lines of 100rms @ 4ohm or 200rms @ 2ohm, that's what my amp puts out in channels 3/4). i don't think it would be too hard to fabricate 6.5" in the door. i'm looking for sql mostly sq with the ability to get loud if i want it to.
now would my amp be sufficient in that setup/will this work? recommend me speakers that would work best in this setup, with the given power i have to work with. right now i'm thinking:
COMPONENTS - alpine SPX-177R: i've heard people say 60-70rms is perfect for it but i'm not sure if they meant perside or per driver (60rms for mid, 60rms for tweeter or is it just 60rms for the whole side). also their site also states that the crossover is "3-Way/Dual Midbass Ready" and "Bi-Amp/Bi-Wire Capable" i won't be biamping them because i only have 2 channels to work with, and i won't need the 3way option because each midbass will have it's own dedicated channel so in a way i'm "biamping" because basically i have on driver from 60hz-250hz(mid) and another "driver"(components) that go from 250hz-20khz. IS THAT HOW IT WOULD GO? I"M UNSURE IF IT WOULD WORK THAT WAY
MIDBASS- re xxx 6.5": lots of midbass (it's what i'm looking for)