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Popular 6.5" midrange for lower.
Rockville RM64PRO
Soundqubed QP-MR6.5
Timpano TPT-MB6
Hertz SV165.1
PRV 6MR500 ndy
MMATS PA601
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Originally Posted by marshallb View Post
Popular 6.5" midrange for lower.
Rockville RM64PRO
Soundqubed QP-MR6.5
Timpano TPT-MB6
Hertz SV165.1
PRV 6MR500 ndy
MMATS PA601
DD VO6.5
Crescendo UN6.5
thanks for the list! Looks like Iíve got some studying to do.
 
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i think I might just be looking for mids from there. The fairing has plenty of highs for me. What mids would you suggest?

The kappas sound so tinny there that maybe they just ruined me to what a better coax would sound like.
Since ur thinking mids, have u considered whether u have the ability to band pass them? There can be a pretty significant difference in performance for mids when the filters are set to block the freqs that they don't play well i.e high and low pass crossover settings.

At a minimum I would recommend some tuning capability to get solid results.

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Since ur thinking mids, have u considered whether u have the ability to band pass them? There can be a pretty significant difference in performance for mids when the filters are set to block the freqs that they don't play well i.e high and low pass crossover settings.

At a minimum I would recommend some tuning capability to get solid results.

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The only option to do that is a DSP right?
 
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The only option to do that is a DSP right?
Or a HU with significant audio functionality.

It's not a deal breaker brother but it is something to consider. There can be a significant difference between a pro audio mid that can be properly managed and one that u just toss in there hoping for the best. But dudes do the latter without passive or active crossovers & EQs all the time not knowing what they are missing.

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Or a HU with significant audio functionality.

It's not a deal breaker brother but it is something to consider. There can be a significant difference between a pro audio mid that can be properly managed and one that u just toss in there hoping for the best. But dudes do the latter without passive or active crossovers & EQs all the time not knowing what they are missing.

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I don't know if truer words have ever been spoken, and I say that from exactly that experience. I put pro audio mids on my sled went for a ride and thought WTF is that? Sounded like worn out brakes screaching with some nails on a chualk board in the background.
 
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You have Sony ax5000, right,
I think that has both high and low pass filters that can be set, in addition to the filter in the amps.
 
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You have Sony ax5000, right,
I think that has both high and low pass filters that can be set, in addition to the filter in the amps.
Yes on having the Sony Sony. Not sure on the adjustments that can be made per channel. Iím out of town this week but will check next.
 
 


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