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Old 11-26-2004, 12:15 PM
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is it possible for these speakers to have bass? if so were can i get a set for aroud 200.00 smakerroos. i also want to get my rear 6X9 speakers booming to all, i got in my car is my stock setup i want ot get my system booming but i dont want to get back in to subs and amps again. so i just want to updat my rear and front speakers.
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Old 11-26-2004, 12:17 PM
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im sure you can find lots of decent 5.25" comps for 200 if you look around.
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Old 11-26-2004, 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by lumina_kid:
is it possible for these speakers to have bass? if so were can i get a set for aroud 200.00 smakerroos.
IMO It's definately possible to have 5.25"s with bass... Mid Bass. If you are wanting true "bass" then a sub would be required. In a lot of cases replacing factory speakers will make it sound better (although most new cars have decent speakers for most average consumers and are only missing the bass).

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Old 11-26-2004, 01:49 PM
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the best speakers that i have used are mb quarts. the bass response is close to a subwoofer on many of their 6 inch speakers.if u want decent bass response without subs, have a listen to the mb quarts, even the discus series perform well without subs. keep in mind, however, that you wont set any spl records with them.
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Old 11-26-2004, 03:45 PM
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k i know who im gonna buy from, clarion. ill buy my deck probobly from alpine or sumtin but ill buy the speakers from them. i like thier sound. and thier demo car souned great to
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it's 50% speaker quality... 50% installation. Unless you are gonna properly image your speakers.. and not just drop em in the door locations where the sound hits your knees or shins... I'd say your best bet would be to screw the rear speakers and get a component set (of fairly cheap quality) why waste good money when they will sound great in the store but like **** in your shakey resonant door panels. You said no more amps.. which means your best bet to get any power out of a component set would be to run the tweeters off the rear deck power and the midbass off the fronts.

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What did ya use on the ford there? ^^^
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Old 11-27-2004, 12:02 AM
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k well thats just another expense so ill start saving(i dont make the big bucks any more) so to get things straight buy damping kit for doors. and no im not scaping the rear speakers cause im not going to make enclosures that stick out. for my front speakers(i already had one break in i dont need another)
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