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    Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Looking for something else...the Morels aint cutting it. My Utopias sounded better with less power and with passive xovers. I want something that can handle the power and still provide accurate mid bass. They must be 6.5 and they will be in the doors (stock location).

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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    are these gonna be strictly midbass, or are you pairing them up with some tweets and gonna use it as a midrange as well?




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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    xxx mids maybe?



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by iceteebone
    are these gonna be strictly midbass, or are you pairing them up with some tweets and gonna use it as a midrange as well?
    judging by his sig midbass and midrange, if thats the case probably count out the xxx's unless he gets horns also



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    dynaudio mw160+ will take the power






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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by iceteebone
    are these gonna be strictly midbass, or are you pairing them up with some tweets and gonna use it as a midrange as well?
    With the Morel tweets and as midrange as well.



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    budget?

    I love seas drivers. look into those.



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    tweet doesnt = midrange....



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by alphakenny1
    budget?

    I love seas drivers. look into those.
    $400-$600...maybe more if I'm really impressed.



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Bryan, shoot me a PM or gimme a call. I have a few ideas..




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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by CHIT0WNZHUSTLA
    tweet doesnt = midrange....
    he was answering the question that the mid going to be midbass and midrange as well.

    Wow you got a nice budget. I can't say enough about my lotus refs. Midrange on these frickers are awesome along with nice clean tight midbass. The great thing about these drivers is they don't much power to get them going but they got balls to handle anything you throw at it. slain93gsr on here is giving his lotus refs 300 per mid and he said they straight laugh at that kind of power. while me, i'm giving my mids 75 and they love em as well.

    besides that i can't think of any other 6.5 mids you can purchase by itself that can compare to them (not saying that there isn't anything else, but just can't think of them ).



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6spdcoupe
    Bryan, shoot me a PM or gimme a call. I have a few ideas..
    Would it be easier to give you a call? I can call tomorrow if that is good with you. Can you PM me your number?



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by Worlddre
    dynaudio mw160+ will take the power
    My thoughts exactly.

    Or how bout some QM's??



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by alphakenny1
    he was answering the question that the mid going to be midbass and midrange as well.

    Wow you got a nice budget. I can't say enough about my lotus refs. Midrange on these frickers are awesome along with nice clean tight midbass. The great thing about these drivers is they don't much power to get them going but they got balls to handle anything you throw at it. slain93gsr on here is giving his lotus refs 300 per mid and he said they straight laugh at that kind of power. while me, i'm giving my mids 75 and they love em as well.

    besides that i can't think of any other 6.5 mids you can purchase by itself that can compare to them (not saying that there isn't anything else, but just can't think of them ).
    The Lotus was in my top 3 w/ the Morels (trying to match w/ the tweet) and the Dyn 160's.



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    Re: Mids that can handle 175-200 watts

    Quote Originally Posted by brypink
    Would it be easier to give you a call? I can call tomorrow if that is good with you. Can you PM me your number?

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