Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers
Originally Posted by alphadog
1: doors if you properly deaden and seal off all the big gaping holes of your door. You have to pretty much turn that door into a speaker enclosure
2: actual dedicated midbass speakers play anywhere from a range of 63hz to 500 hz and do not play anything higher. you'll be lucky to hear deep male vocals but thats it.
3: RMS is not a measure of how good the speaker is. Its just how much power they can take and it does not translate to loudness or sound quality whatsoever.
4: If you want bass from tiny 6.5 speakers then your doing it wrong man. Get a pair of components and then get a dedicated subwoofer.
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