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    subwoofer and mid bass speakers

    Hi,

    Few questions

    1. Wheres the best place to have mid bass speakers? doors, boot, boot shelf?

    2. Are mid bass speakers like standard coaxial speakers but they just give out great bass?

    3. What's a good RMS for hard hitting bass mid bass speakers?

    4. How would i achieve hard hitting shaking bass whilst hearing the voice of the singer perfectly, what setup would i need for this?
    I'm thinking sub/amp, 2 mid bass speakers/amp, 2 coax or comp with tweet/amp for the voice setting to + treble

    Thank you







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    Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by alphadog View Post
    Hi,

    Few questions

    1. Wheres the best place to have mid bass speakers? doors, boot, boot shelf?

    2. Are mid bass speakers like standard coaxial speakers but they just give out great bass?

    3. What's a good RMS for hard hitting bass mid bass speakers?

    4. How would i achieve hard hitting shaking bass whilst hearing the voice of the singer perfectly, what setup would i need for this?
    I'm thinking sub/amp, 2 mid bass speakers/amp, 2 coax or comp with tweet/amp for the voice setting to + treble

    Thank you


    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.

    Start off with a budget and we'll recommend you some stuff to get you banging properly. If your ever going down to the orange county area i'll give you a demo of my system and let you know what you can do with your car.




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    Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers

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    09 Sienna Subs : 4 hdc3 18s c pillar below windowline Sub amp: ampere tfe 8.0 at half ohm.
    Headunit: Pioneer 80PRS Mids/Highs amp: PPI 900.4
    Front stage: 3 way active front stage with Massive Audio CKX tweets, alpine type R 6x9 midrange in doors + Crescendo PWX 10s in the kick
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    Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by alphadog View Post
    Hi,

    Few questions

    1. Wheres the best place to have mid bass speakers? doors, boot, boot shelf?

    2. Are mid bass speakers like standard coaxial speakers but they just give out great bass?

    3. What's a good RMS for hard hitting bass mid bass speakers?

    4. How would i achieve hard hitting shaking bass whilst hearing the voice of the singer perfectly, what setup would i need for this?
    I'm thinking sub/amp, 2 mid bass speakers/amp, 2 coax or comp with tweet/amp for the voice setting to + treble

    Thank you


    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.

    Start off with a budget and we'll recommend you some stuff to get you banging properly. If your ever going down to the orange county area i'll give you a demo of my system and let you know what you can do with your car.




    09 Sienna Subs : 4 hdc3 18s c pillar below windowline Sub amp: ampere tfe 8.0 at half ohm.
    Headunit: Pioneer 80PRS Mids/Highs amp: PPI 900.4
    Front stage: 3 way active front stage with Massive Audio CKX tweets, alpine type R 6x9 midrange in doors + Crescendo PWX 10s in the kick
    320 amp Singer alt. 1 group 34 under the hood 6 group31 agms in the back 560 amp hours total.

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    Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers

    car audio is stupid...




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    Headunit: Pioneer 80PRS Mids/Highs amp: PPI 900.4
    Front stage: 3 way active front stage with Massive Audio CKX tweets, alpine type R 6x9 midrange in doors + Crescendo PWX 10s in the kick
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    Re: subwoofer and mid bass speakers

    Easy. Follow my sig and build log to a T. Just make sure you really read up on how to tune, you can easily make great equipment sound terrible.



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