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    Adding tweeters?

    Ok so I have RE coax 6.5"s up front now, would this be dumb or would it not work to add a crossover and tweeters to help with highs?



    Head unit: Alpine CDA-9883
    Wire: (2) runs of hyperflex 4 awg
    Front Stage: RE 6.5" Coax
    Subwoofers: (2) RE SE 12"
    Amps: AQ1200D and Powerbase 600.4
    Box:4.9 cubes @ 29Hz (4) 4" ports

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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    also have the same question




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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    why do you think your hi's are lacking so much ?



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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    They're not lacking as much as they're not, I guess, detailed and defined. Maybe crisp would help too.



    Head unit: Alpine CDA-9883
    Wire: (2) runs of hyperflex 4 awg
    Front Stage: RE 6.5" Coax
    Subwoofers: (2) RE SE 12"
    Amps: AQ1200D and Powerbase 600.4
    Box:4.9 cubes @ 29Hz (4) 4" ports

    Bought from: (Skip01) Traded with: (Ridinhi) Sold To: (xxxbasshead)

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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    Put some comps up front & sell the coaxials or use them for rear fill



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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    i wouldnt. you dont want two different kinds of tweeters with completely different parameters and responses playing the same frequencies over each other.

    if you're just looking for "more highs" they'll give you that, but it wont sound the way a properly set up component set or a good coaxial would.



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    Re: Adding tweeters?

    Ok thanks man, I'll end up getting a good component set then.



    Head unit: Alpine CDA-9883
    Wire: (2) runs of hyperflex 4 awg
    Front Stage: RE 6.5" Coax
    Subwoofers: (2) RE SE 12"
    Amps: AQ1200D and Powerbase 600.4
    Box:4.9 cubes @ 29Hz (4) 4" ports

    Bought from: (Skip01) Traded with: (Ridinhi) Sold To: (xxxbasshead)

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