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    DIY Mids And Highs

    Ok well getting ready to start work on my van and looks like im going to have to make a few slightly changes. The plans were as followed

    Midbass 60-100hz : Sundown Audio SD-1 10" x4
    Mids 100-2500hz : PHL 2002 x2
    Mids/Highs 2500hz + : Image Dynamics CD1E Mini x2
    Mids/High Amps : Sundown 100.4 x3 (Bridged To Each Driver)

    Here is the problem, i dont have the space under the dash or anywere to mount my ID horns. I deffintly want to keep the midbass. So what i need is suggests for mids and highs drivers. What im looking for is an extremly loud and clean sound mids ands highs set up to keep up with my wall. Power will be coming from sundown amps.

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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    Quote Originally Posted by massiveaudiocw View Post
    Ok well getting ready to start work on my van and looks like im going to have to make a few slightly changes. The plans were as followed

    Midbass 60-100hz : Sundown Audio SD-1 10" x4
    Mids 100-2500hz : PHL 2002 x2
    Mids/Highs 2500hz + : Image Dynamics CD1E Mini x2
    Mids/High Amps : Sundown 100.4 x3 (Bridged To Each Driver)

    Here is the problem, i dont have the space under the dash or anywere to mount my ID horns. I deffintly want to keep the midbass. So what i need is suggests for mids and highs drivers. What im looking for is an extremly loud and clean sound mids ands highs set up to keep up with my wall. Power will be coming from sundown amps.

    Corey
    this is the worng place to ask for help concerning this matter. check out d.i.yforum.com

    what your looking for i'm looking for.




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    I think you meant diymobileaudio.com




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    Quote Originally Posted by kross View Post
    I think you meant diymobileaudio.com
    i think... nobody was talking to you. get somewhere




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    well that seems awfully high to cross those horns at but since you cant do those it doesnt really matter...horns unfortunatly are not a "plug and play" driver and you generaly have to cut and move stuff around to get them to fit and sound proper....also that is to much power for those horns....there highly efficient and will make your ears bleed with little power...i honestly would say a couple sets of the new type r's(i know i recomend them to everyone) with 300-500rms to each set of mid and tweet...they get loud have a ton of midbass and a strong tweeter...




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    Quote Originally Posted by spudracer326 View Post
    well that seems awfully high to cross those horns at but since you cant do those it doesnt really matter...horns unfortunatly are not a "plug and play" driver and you generaly have to cut and move stuff around to get them to fit and sound proper....also that is to much power for those horns....there highly efficient and will make your ears bleed with little power...i honestly would say a couple sets of the new type r's(i know i recomend them to everyone) with 300-500rms to each set of mid and tweet...they get loud have a ton of midbass and a strong tweeter...
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    i had a set of type r's a couple of years ago. wasn't too happy. what's soo speacial about them now?




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

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    i had a set of type r's a couple of years ago. wasn't too happy. what's soo speacial about them now?
    they still sound like arse




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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    And 4 10's for midbass? Jeez.






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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    Quote Originally Posted by kross View Post
    I think you meant diymobileaudio.com
    You can find all the info you need at the site Kross listed.

    Why in the hell are trying to run 4 x 10" for midbass. Complete overkill.IMO



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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    so what is your budget in all of this?



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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    Quote Originally Posted by spudracer326 View Post
    well that seems awfully high to cross those horns at but since you cant do those it doesnt really matter...horns unfortunatly are not a "plug and play" driver and you generaly have to cut and move stuff around to get them to fit and sound proper....also that is to much power for those horns....there highly efficient and will make your ears bleed with little power...i honestly would say a couple sets of the new type r's(i know i recomend them to everyone) with 300-500rms to each set of mid and tweet...they get loud have a ton of midbass and a strong tweeter...
    300 to 500w on a set of type-r comps? lawl. Their RMS is only 70w. You fail.



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    Re: DIY Mids And Highs

    you should make the horns fit anyway.




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