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    Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    ok my front speakers mid-bass really is pissing me off....


    maybe its the speaker itself, maybe it isnt, BUT, I was wondering? if I switch my speaker wires to a fatter one, would it give me more low end?noticebble difference?







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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    Well what size are you using now?



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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    he meant speaker wire. if you're using like a stock 22gauge wire then yeah upping it to 14-16 could do the trick.



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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    even if it is stock 20 guage, i doubt you will hear an incredible audible difference.




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    deaden everything like crazy in the doors. then get some processing, and a lot of power. that is what will give you midbass in a factory door location.




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    alright, i guess its all left to do, deaden the doors... i did a mdf baffle so it holds freakin thight and well instead of silly plastic factory thing and used some clay on the surround it kinda helped! the annoying noise it was making dissapeared , it was because of the plastiic

    but the mid-bass still isnt very pleasing to hear, it really seems like there are some frequencies missing if i run my front speaker alone...

    anowho, ill try dynamat the whole door and see how it turns out, how many layers yall think of dynamat Xtreme? 2whole layers?

    thx alot for the help




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    and im giving it around 150rms each side, i think thats more than enough!! they are loud no doudt, but lack alot mid-bass!




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    Quote Originally Posted by bumpin_blazer
    he meant speaker wire. if you're using like a stock 22gauge wire then yeah upping it to 14-16 could do the trick.

    ya its reallyyy thick stock wires, thought it would be that the problem, maybe i aint using the amplifier full capacity?




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    Quote Originally Posted by iamamp3pimp
    i think you may want to explore different options in the brand......


    Secondskin anyone?


    are they better? where could I buy some for cheap!

    idk i like dynamat xtreme, have some in trunk and the effect is amazing!




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    No midbass from door - have you done anything to make an "enclosure" out of the door. To make any bass you will need to try to seal up or make a IB setup out of it. Using a product like Dynamat Extreme (foil lined deadner) Make the entire door inner skin (metal skeletal support) a complete sheet of dynamat (be sure to deaden the inside of the door skin first. )

    Also any chance they are out of phase?




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    Re: Does Wiring really help Speakers to play better crisp sound and better BASs?

    Quote Originally Posted by knukonceptz
    No midbass from door - have you done anything to make an "enclosure" out of the door. To make any bass you will need to try to seal up or make a IB setup out of it. Using a product like Dynamat Extreme (foil lined deadner) Make the entire door inner skin (metal skeletal support) a complete sheet of dynamat (be sure to deaden the inside of the door skin first. )

    Also any chance they are out of phase?

    i really dont think they are outofphase, but how can I make sure?

    and ya, I tried to seal it and their were seriously so little output, maybe i had not enough power but idk, it really dindt sound nice!




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