6-½" Midbass Speakers?


Bobbytwonames

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I'm going to replace my 6-½" coaxials in my doors with 6-½" midbass speakers. What is everybody running for midbass? I could go 8" in the doors if I made an adapter plate. Any name brands that I should look at? I'm going to look at these brands so far.
Crescendo
Stephens
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Clifff150

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Steven’s
 

marc2112

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My whole truck cost me $5,000. Not the system, the whole truck. 2005 Dodge Hemi with 112k.

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Are you a drug dealer? These are drug dealer wheels.

Seriously tho; I heard Stevens are pretty good. I would also suggest good ol' Dynaudio's

 

Bobbytwonames

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Are you a drug dealer? These are drug dealer wheels.

Seriously tho; I heard Stevens are pretty good. I would also suggest good ol' Dynaudio's

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Not a drug dealer. 22's with 305/45/22's. The rims were on it when I bought it. It had some engine and exhaust mods as well. He said it's a little over 400 horse. I'll look at the dynaudio's.
 

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I would black out the bumper, grille, and emblems. That’s just me though! I’m not a chrome fan other than some accents here and there. Plasti dip is your friend when it comes to testing out black without permanently doing it.
 

Bobbytwonames

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I would black out the bumper, grille, and emblems. That’s just me though! I’m not a chrome fan other than some accents here and there. Plasti dip is your friend when it comes to testing out black without permanently doing it.
I'm a little old for the "murdered out" look. I'm 52, I don't want to pose like I'm 21.
 

Bobbytwonames

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I would black out the bumper, grille, and emblems. That’s just me though! I’m not a chrome fan other than some accents here and there. Plasti dip is your friend when it comes to testing out black without permanently doing it.
My Bug was pretty much "murdered out" and layed out. No air bags here, we old folks call it "committed".
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So you want like a pro audio midbass or an SQ midbass woofer?
How low can your tweeters be crossed at?
2 way or dedicated midbass?
Active crossovers?
 

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I’m not 21 but still like black over chrome. Maybe paint the bumpers to match grey. My parents have an 02 Dodge that is just wasting away. Thinking about selling my truck, buying there’s and fixing it up
 

Bobbytwonames

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That black paint looks immaculate. My black accord is pretty much impossible to keep clean but when it does get some TLC there’s nothing better than a clean black car
And, I never washed it. I always used the spray detailer stuff and wiped it off. It had a single 15" on a 3K and pounded. Sound deadened from floor to roof, and even the front hood. It was nasty for a car with a 95 amp alternator. Just sayin. I was proud of it.
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Bobbytwonames

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So you want like a pro audio midbass or an SQ midbass woofer?
How low can your tweeters be crossed at?
2 way or dedicated midbass?
Active crossovers?
Basically, I should've asked for a midbass, midrange, and tweet setup that could keep up with my subs. I was thinking just two 6-½" midbass and two super tweets could do the job. I'm most likely wrong. So, that is where I am. Standard cab truck.
 

Bobbytwonames

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So you want like a pro audio midbass or an SQ midbass woofer?
How low can your tweeters be crossed at?
2 way or dedicated midbass?
Active crossovers?
Honestly, what is the difference in a pro audio midbass and a sq midbass? I don’t have a DSP (long story). I will be running everything off of a four channel amp. I'm guessing that I should go with adapters and run an 8" Stephens midbass 6-½" midrange and a super tweeter in the door to keep up with 3K of bass.
 

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Piecing together speakers, so no passive crossover. How are you going to run 3 way active with no tuning and 4 channels of output?

If you are dead set on one amp and no dsp, just grab a 2 way passive comp set and bridge your amp. If you want midbass using the drivers listed, grab a second amp and a cheap dsp.
 

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