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    need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    Recommend me some cheap tweeters for mpyre 65 mids .







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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    no body?




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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    budget?



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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    40 dollars




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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    Bump up your budget a little and get the Seas Neo's from Madisound for $32 each.




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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    i can remove the flange of those tweeters?




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    Re: need tweeter for mpyre 65m

    Quote Originally Posted by makatc View Post
    i can remove the flange of those tweeters?
    No, but here's one without:

    http://www.madisound.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=8354



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    Doors: 24ft Damplifier Pro, Second Skin D-flex pads, eggcrate foam, sealed up.
    Tweeter: SEAS 27TFFNC
    High Amp: Audison Lrx-2.150
    Subs: Two RE SE 12 d4's
    Box: 4 cubes net at 30hz
    Sub Amp: Sound Stream Van Gough 1600.2
    Electrical: Knu Flex 1/0, Batcap 2000 in back
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