Just an example.
A real mid bass is strong when most mid ranges are weak. Any good mid bass driver will out do the best midrange in the low end.
Isn't it difficult to get two midbass woofers facing each other in phase?... Anyway that is not an option, I guess I will have to look for an 8" woofer with a demodulating ring so it will be smooth in the higher hz. Is there anything else I should be looking for?
Also if anyone could recommend a setup with crossovers and such that would work well in my situation, I would appreciate it.
Power to work with(front only): 150@4x2 / 300@2x2
Want to run 8" midrange and a silk dome tweeter and/or a supertweeter.
I want good sound quality but also want to utilize as much power as possible.(amp has low %thd at 2 ohms)
Seeing as there aren't any component sets to choose from, crossovers will be needed as well.
Id prefer to stay away from iron core inductors in the crossovers as I read that they are less SQ.
Looking to spend about $200+/-
this is one of those face in hands moments
Hmm im checking out hertz and DD, looks like good stuff. I was originally looking at crescendo.
add 5 or 6 more speakers and don't forget the silicone
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And remember, "Never go full retard"!
@ddtc You seem like you may know an answer to another of my questions.
I have been considering wiring a supertweeter on a switch in paralell, so when I open the doors I can drop the ohms and raise the output while adding the distance effect of the supertweeter. Say im wiring a component set that is 4 ohms and crossed at 5k. When I switch the supertweeter on, the impedance the amp sees would drop.
Would the crossover point of the component set change because of the change of impedance on the line?