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    Custom active 3 way frontstage....

    Well to start out i have a 2000 GMC Jimmy SLT. Current deck is a pionner premier 780mp. I have a pair of DD 6.5's i would like to use in the doors for dedicated midbass'. Im looking for ideas for 4"s for the dash and tweeters in the pillers. I like loud but mellow highs. Also will the 780 do active 3way? Im fairly sure it cant but i might be wrong. Im lookin to spend $100-150 on the midranges and tweeters (Amplifiers havent been decided yet).

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    Re: Custom active 3 way frontstage....

    The 780 will do 3way active.

    But you're looking at a 4way active system if you still want to use a subwoofer.

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    Re: Custom active 3 way frontstage....

    http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/index.php?

    Great forum with a ton of good info for DIY frontstages




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