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    Help me set up my front stage/ midbass on my budget/ skill

    Ok. This will be going in an '08 Civic SI Mugen. Powered by a fosgate 400.4 (100 wrms x 4 @ 2ohms.) Rear channel is also bridgeable.

    It has 6.5's in the door, tweets up by the windshield, 5.5's in the rear deck, and an 8'' "sub" in the rear deck as well.

    Now I am definately a noob when it comes to setting up a front stage/ midbass, so I need some help.

    I was thinking of going w/ a set of decent components in the front, and an aftermarket 8'' in the rear deck to handle the midbass. (not sure if this is a good spot) I already have a sub, so I don't need this setup for anything below 75 hz or so.

    Also kicks are pretty much out of the question for now.
    Also, budget is $250 for speakers.

    Thanks.



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    Re: Help me set up my front stage/ midbass on my budget/ skill

    For that amount of power and budget look into

    JBL P660C 2ohms
    Focal 165 Polyglass 4ohms
    Hertz ESK 165 4ohms
    Rainbow Soundline 4ohms



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    Sub: AQ HDC312

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    Re: Help me set up my front stage/ midbass on my budget/ skill

    i doubt you're interested and hate pushing sales, but i got a set of rainbow cmx kicks which are basically built for midbass, that im looknig to get rid of

    one thing tho i will tell you about them is.. alot of people say they would take like 250-300 watts. no.. they dont. . period.. but they do take a solid 100-150, but they are so efficient, they're basically the same as almost every other speaker on 250-300 watts..



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    Quote Originally Posted by Etac View Post
    i doubt you're interested and hate pushing sales, but i got a set of rainbow cmx kicks which are basically built for midbass, that im looknig to get rid of

    one thing tho i will tell you about them is.. alot of people say they would take like 250-300 watts. no.. they dont. . period.. but they do take a solid 100-150, but they are so efficient, they're basically the same as almost every other speaker on 250-300 watts..
    Pics? Price? And are they just midbass?
    Come with kick pods?
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    Re: Help me set up my front stage/ midbass on my budget/ skill

    Can someone recommend a good 8'' for the rear to help w/ the midbass, or is this a bad spot for midbass?



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    Re: Help me set up my front stage/ midbass on my budget/ skill

    i wouldn't mouth the midbass in your rear deck.

    http://www.hertzaudiovideo.com/default_en.htm

    you could looking rainbow which also has 8's & kicks
    which you can mount in your doors
    you will have to make some mounting rings.

    put 1 10 inch in your trunk

    try to keep your front stage up front,it does make a difference




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