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    making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    i have ts-a6991r 6x9's for the rear, and ts-g1341r 5 1/4 for the front.

    Im happy with how they sound. close to what i was going for but what can i do to make it sound better? crossovers or an equalizer? if so what brands do you suggest that aint gonna break the bank for me.



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    Re: making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    Quote Originally Posted by danolimitpro View Post
    i have ts-a6991r 6x9's for the rear, and ts-g1341r 5 1/4 for the front.

    Im happy with how they sound. close to what i was going for but what can i do to make it sound better? crossovers or an equalizer? if so what brands do you suggest that aint gonna break the bank for me.
    ts-a6991r = 60 RMS
    ts-g1341r = 25 RMS


    i honestly believe they are going to suggest u get a amp thats about 60 RMS x 2 @ 4 oms... to conect the 6x9..


    and leave the 5 1/4 powered by the head unit...




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    Re: making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    Quote Originally Posted by babo954 View Post
    i honestly believe they are going to suggest u get a amp thats about 60 RMS x 2 @ 4 oms... to conect the 6x9..
    and leave the 5 1/4 powered by the head unit...
    pretty much all you can do is
    a. add a amp
    b.play with xover on said amp till you either get the sound you want or as close as you can get
    c.throw some sound dead on the door
    d. tune with radio eq ( if you have one)



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    Re: making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    Adding in an amp that is around 4x50w rms @ 4 ohms would make a huge difference.



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    Re: making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    for the 6x9's it showed examples of different ways to mount the subs. free air and sealed.

    should i make a box for the 6x9's to if im adding a nice lil amp



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    Re: making my pioneer speakers sound better?

    Add an amp or deaden the hell out of the doors and rear deck, this will create alot more clean clear soudn with more bass.






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