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    best 4" midbass

    What is the best 4" midbass...I'm looking for something that will hit low on about 100rms each...It is for an older Toyota 4x4 with no door locations...only a 4 on each lower corner of the dash....




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    Re: best 4" midbass

    are they going to be IB in the doors?



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    Re: best 4" midbass

    http://www.madisound.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=1607

    Probably some of the best midbass you can get out of a 4"er that can run well IB...if you don't mind the 8ohm imp.



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    Re: best 4" midbass

    Quote Originally Posted by RyanM923 View Post
    http://www.madisound.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=1607

    Probably some of the best midbass you can get out of a 4"er that can run well IB...if you don't mind the 8ohm imp.
    I'd have to agree. I can think of other options, but for what your asking, and the location you're looking to use, I think I'd go with the Peerless as well.

    The Seas L12RCY is a very nice driver itself, and definitely digs deep for a 4". However, being in the dash, adding the cone breakup that an aluminum cone presents would not be a good idea due to reflections.

    The Seas CA12RCY is a good woofer, with a much smoother response than the Peerless, but it's almost double the price. However, you can never go wrong with any Seas driver that has the letters "CA" in front of them.

    http://www.madisound.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=1598

    So, the Peerless is a great option, especially for the money. The Seas CA12RCY is another option if you're looking for more options.



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    Re: best 4" midbass

    a/d/s, Morel or Vifa should have something nice you could put in there. Try Madisound, Parts Express, or eBay.



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