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    Nice components with good midbass

    I have searched and found these in my price range sort of
    Elemental Designs eDi 6000s v.2 System
    http://www.edesignaudio.com/edv2/pro...products_id=49

    CDT Audio CL-61A
    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_id=1090

    Crystal Mobilesound SSCS6
    http://www.realmofexcursion.com/stor...roducts_id/139

    Phoenix Gold ZR6.5

    CDT Audio CL-S60A
    http://woofersetc.com/index.cfm?fuse...0840C2DBB6E8B5

    EF-61FG'
    560 xover upgrade

    Mb Quart QSC216
    http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/4448

    I have found these comp sets and my price range is around 150 and 225 would be the most willing to spend. I want a set of compents(6.5") that can play from around maybe 40+hz(this is only me guessing)
    what do you guys think about these or can you suggest anything better



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    40hz? Why the hell do you want to run it all the way down to 40hz? Without looking at any of those you are gonna get 60hz (from the passive crossover most likely or higher most probably) if you are lucky with minimal power (60wRMS or so) your best bet would be to cross them @ 80hz or even 100hz if you want to really push power to them. 40hz is sub-bass. My old CL-61 set (http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=1088) is passed @ around 60hz and it doesn't really like much power @ that setting.. If I cross them @80hz I can run up to 120wRMS fine.
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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    I just put 2 sets of kicker RS 6.5's in my ride...1 set per front door...
    And the midbass on these are amazing off of a ZX350.2
    I'm impressed by them.





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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    okay change the 40 hz to around 60



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    BTW, woofersetc.com has been sending people CL-61A's when you order the CL-S60A. And you get the 24mm, TW-24 tweeter as well.




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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    Quote Originally Posted by rvpps2rocks View Post
    okay change the 40 hz to around 60
    with most off the shelf component sets, you arent going to get much, if any authority at 60hz, even 80hz off a MIDRANGE.

    if you want that, you need a dedicated midbass. and a midbass is designed to play more like 125~150hz, not 40~60 anyway.




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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    what about the cdt m6



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    I'm not sure what power the M6 takes at 60-80hz but I know @100hz you can put 250wRMS a side. I'm gonna have mine @ 80hz with about 120wRMS on them. A team mate has them doing mid-bass duty and he says they are crazy, so I can't wait to try them out for mid-range.

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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    let me know how they sound im starting to think to get those



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    dude I ordered s60a's and they sent me 61a's check it:

    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=218424



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    I will add another to the mix. The pg rsd comps. Ide bet money that it would give them all a run for the money, and surpass That would be my vote for a cheap comp set, but high end sound.



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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    I like the Quarts in that price range, but the Crystals' will potentially play lower.... they have more excursion. MTX TXC6.1 also have high excursion mids.




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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    oops. never mind. I was going to reccomend some Pioneer Premier 720-prs components but they are a bit out of your price range.
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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    SLC 265's




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    Re: Nice components with good midbass

    My whole front component set would be over $1000 retail, but if you just got the M6's and a simple crossover with Drt-26 tweeters or something I think you would be more then impressed.

    Quote Originally Posted by rvpps2rocks View Post
    let me know how they sound im starting to think to get those
    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniabOY5 View Post
    IIRC. . . . ED drivers were made by CDT or if not by. . . it was a copycat of the CDT driver.
    The crossover and driver I'm pretty sure is done by CDT for eD.. The crossover says CDT on it but I'm not quite sure which one it is. I think it's the 456satnet (Maybe the 480). The mids are HD-6's I think.



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