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    My midbass *****

    I had my Type R 6.5 components installed today and the mid bass response ***** ***, Is it true that sealing the door and using dynomat + defelx pad will help improve my midbass response?







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    Re: My midbass *****

    Nope. Components sound better with plastic baffles and holes galore...



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    Re: My midbass *****

    Indeed.




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    Re: My midbass *****

    I have a 95 Impala and there are alot of openings and holes in the door... would it be better to just dynomat the door or seal up all the holes using plexi glass?




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    Re: My midbass *****

    lol yea plastic adds teh bass.



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    Re: My midbass *****

    ^^ lol, sound deaden your doors and let us know what you think.... should sound heaps better




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    Re: My midbass *****

    I was trying to avoid this but looks like i'm going to have to do it. My stock 4x6's had better mid-bass response




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    Re: My midbass *****

    Quote Originally Posted by MrSplorDie View Post
    I was trying to avoid this but looks like i'm going to have to do it. My stock 4x6's had better mid-bass response
    Are your components amped, or are they running off hu power?



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    Re: My midbass *****

    amped




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    Re: My midbass *****

    entirely likely...with more powerful drivers you could easily see a drop in perceived volume due to your door vibrating out of phase with the driver and causing massive cancellation. I noticed this when I first swapped out my rainbow germaniums for power line CS's. If the x-over was set low (60hz or under) the entire door vibrated so badly that it sounded worse than if the x-over was set to ~100hz - and not just due to buzzing and rattling - it just sounded wrong. After proper deadening and sealing of the door, they produce plenty of volume all the way down to 60hz.



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    Quote Originally Posted by headless View Post
    entirely likely...with more powerful drivers you could easily see a drop in perceived volume due to your door vibrating out of phase with the driver and causing massive cancellation. I noticed this when I first swapped out my rainbow germaniums for power line CS's. If the x-over was set low (60hz or under) the entire door vibrated so badly that it sounded worse than if the x-over was set to ~100hz - and not just due to buzzing and rattling - it just sounded wrong. After proper deadening and sealing of the door, they produce plenty of volume all the way down to 60hz.
    This is the exact problem I have!! the bass just seems horrible and is just shaking the door panels!!



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    Re: My midbass *****

    also type R components are know for ****** midbass I believe.

    but deaden your doors and see if it helps



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    Re: My midbass *****

    Quote Originally Posted by l7runner View Post
    also type R components are know for ****** midbass I believe.

    but deaden your doors and see if it helps
    True I read the reviews but still they should have better response than my stock 4x6's....



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    Re: My midbass *****

    Quote Originally Posted by l7runner View Post
    also type R components are know for ****** midbass I believe.

    but deaden your doors and see if it helps
    my type r's do not have ****** midbass, he just needs to deaden his doors



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    Re: My midbass *****

    deaden doors, get mdf rings.

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