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    midbass

    So i just installed my first system:

    infinity reference 611a
    infinity kappa perfect 12.1 (sealed)
    pioneer deh-p680mp
    Polk Momo 650mmc coax (6.5" front door)

    I lack midbass and would like to replace my dash and rear speakers.

    I have 6x9 in the back and a 4x6 slot in the dash

    I really dont want to spend too much money so if you can point me towards some budget Midbass speakers that will fit id appreciate it.

    thanks.

    PS. running speakers of HU power (50wrmsx4)







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    Re: midbass

    For midbass you're going to need to deaden your doors, use some type of foam or clay around your speaker. These will help stiffen the sheet metal the speaker is attached to and help the midbass output more. Think of it as attaching your subwoofer to a 1/4" sheet of mdf compared to a 1" sheet. The 1" sheet won't flex near as bad as the 1/4" sheet, and the output will be noticeably "better" overall. You can use closed cell foam for noise dampening, but that would be last.



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