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    Midbass in the rear doors

    Would replacing my rear door speakers with 6.5 mid bass have any point? Having my rear speakers on or off seems to not have an affect with my preference although I am seeking some more mid.



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    i'd spend the money on a better set of fronts before i put it towards installing and amping a second set of 6.5's - behind me - for midbass duties - any day. You CAN get all the midbass you want from your frontstage...just gotta have a well deadened, sealed up and well amped set of ****** fronts



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    I wouldnt do it unless the passengers you frequently carry complain about the sound. If its usually just you driving the car, spend the money on something else.



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    Spend the money on upgrading your front stage, maybe more deadener, a better baffle, a deflex pad, or new speakers, or a new amp with moar power



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    I have deadened doors in the front and have plenty of power I believe. However the doors are not completely sealed. Guess ill get some more Seconds Skin!



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    Yeah you dont really want to pull the focus of the stage to the rear at all. Keep it all upfront



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    Re: Midbass in the rear doors

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyB View Post
    Yeah you dont really want to pull the focus of the stage to the rear at all. Keep it all upfront
    I agree.

    Midbass is so pronounced, you want to keep in the front. This is why I highpass my rear speakers @ 100 hz usually.




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