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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shinju View Post
    The 300.00 ones you see are Verson 2.0 with upgrades to the original platform. You can still find the version 1.0 like I have for around 200.00 or so new and cheaper used. The V2's are on par with the original clarius driver build I believe.
    You don't say...hmm would have been a good contender. OP, those are another good choice. You have the benefit of not needing to find a place to house a crossover since the circutry on the Imagines are so simple.



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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    I went with the PWX6.5's




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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by momofx View Post
    I went with the PWX6.5's
    good choice!



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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by trumpet View Post
    This is why I use CCF and MLV behind the interior door skin.
    what is CCF and MLV?




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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by sjv13 View Post
    what is CCF and MLV?
    CCF = Closed Cell Foam, MLV = Mass Loaded Vinyl. When used together it creates a very good sound barrier. What this means in terms of deadening your doors is that the sound from inside the door stays inside, and the sound from the outside of the door stays outside. So basically you have less cancellation. Less cancellation means more midbass.




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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kangaroux View Post
    CCF = Closed Cell Foam, MLV = Mass Loaded Vinyl. When used together it creates a very good sound barrier. What this means in terms of deadening your doors is that the sound from inside the door stays inside, and the sound from the outside of the door stays outside. So basically you have less cancellation. Less cancellation means more midbass.
    cool thanks. Where exactly would I put these materials?




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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by neo_styles View Post
    Good midbass is more about the install than the driver. Just make sure your doors are properly deadened and sealed off and you shouldn't have a problem. Those Crescendos will perform well as long as you give them a proper home.
    This pretty much sums it up.



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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by sjv13 View Post
    cool thanks. Where exactly would I put these materials?
    SDS is a great place to get that stuff. Feel free to read up on the articles Don has posted on the site; they are very informative.

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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kangaroux View Post
    Man those dont look too bad although I admit I never used or heard of a wool cone lol - do you have these? How do you like them if so?




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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

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    Re: Midbass that can get low? PWX6.5's?

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    Are those still around? Put 2 per side in a Caravan a few years ago. PITA to flushmount with the squared off sides, but nice mids for sure.




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