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    How can I match the "bigness of sound" from my bookshelf speakers?

    How can I match the "bigness of sound" from my bookshelf speakers?

    I was testing a power supply I bought off diyma.

    I just ran my Mission bookshelf speakers 6.5" 2-way ported 8 ohm
    speakers off my hifonics series vii vulcan (50w x 2 @ 4 ohm). It probably
    put out only 30w to each. It sounded so big. They are about .7 cube
    ported.

    Is it possible to match that type of sound from a door speaker? Or are
    proper enclosures just to hard to beat with a reasonably doable daily install?







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    Re: How can I match the "bigness of sound" from my bookshelf speakers?

    bigness? wat?

    most car speakers are designed to perform well in an open environment (open meaning a door panel). The drivers in a bookshelf system are ussually designed to perform in a box.

    Its all in the install, so yes.



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    Re: How can I match the "bigness of sound" from my bookshelf speakers?

    you'll go broke trying to.




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