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    Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Looking for a good midbass in the 4" region......special application...

    Not looking to spend much over $150

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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Ugh. Tough. Phoenix Golds... http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/3850

    Only 26 bucks...but if you want any bass, they are gonna need to be amp'd.

    PG is of course the forum boner... there's also some Alpine..... http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/4418

    According to Alpine specs..these respond down to 50hz, with 92db/w sensitivity.
    The PG's cutoff on low end is 100hz, and only 89 db/w sensitivity.



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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Rap/hip hop is not an extremely demanding midbass application...




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    they will be amped with 100 wrms each

    may be asking too much, but I would like to keep the round profile like 5.25's and 6.5s have

    also, I am looking for mainly a midbass rather than a coaxial




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/6873

    MB quart has a good reputation for quality.



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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    I'd rather go Seas or Vifa.




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    would love links to what you guys are suggesting.....

    Also, never been a big fan of Quarts




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Lol, i'd rather go with 6" or 6.5"s!

    But you gotta work with what you got.



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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    The MB Quarts are very nice...and for a 4" very good quality...I'm speaking for the original German versions...I have a set BNIB of the MB Quart German made componets I've been trying to decide what to put them in.....right now I don't have anything for them




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by got_focus? View Post
    would love links to what you guys are suggesting.....

    Also, never been a big fan of Quarts
    Browse Madisound...




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by Tehgregzor View Post
    Lol, i'd rather go with 6" or 6.5"s!

    But you gotta work with what you got.
    I will be doing another 6.5 in my doors, but I have a spot I can fit a 4" mid, and in a couple cars I have sat in, I really liked how their 4" mid sounded.........just don't recall what brands/models they were




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    These look nice for the price... http://www.madisound.com/catalog/pro...7bfa5a3b89f83a

    I like the midbass output of my DLS R4s, but you'd have to buy the component kit to get a pair.




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    those pg's are garbage fo real. I had the 4x6's they dont need an amp and can't handle it anyways.

    The alpines wont be much better.

    Infinity kappa 4" 2 ways or dls ps4 2 way components would be my recommendation.

    If you are looking for strictly midbass' like you said and not full component sets check out madisound.com. I would look specifically at the seas prestige 4.5's.

    In all honesty though, no speaker under 5-6" is going to have adequate midbass for any acceptable volume.

    Mb quart has 4" component sets if you like very lively and also very detailed tweeters.



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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by got_focus? View Post
    I will be doing another 6.5 in my doors, but I have a spot I can fit a 4" mid, and in a couple cars I have sat in, I really liked how their 4" mid sounded.........just don't recall what brands/models they were
    So then you want a midrange, not a midbass, yes?




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    Re: Any good 4" midbass speakers???

    In all honesty though, no speaker under 5-6" is going to have adequate midbass for any acceptable volume.
    Maybe not in a car




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