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improving midbass.....

Old 05-08-2006, 09:52 PM
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improving midbass.....

Hmm so i'm not the smartest when it comes to car audio, but i would like a lil more midbass representation. System seems to lack there, and probably always have.

Currenlty there's a set of CDT CL-61a's powered by 75rms (concept cc-504a). The mids are in the door with the tweeters in their stock location in the dash.

Is that enough power for em to sound good and loud? (hoping someone knows the speakers - rms is between 90 - 110 i believe, can't remember exactly)

When you folks say seal the doors...that'd mean putting a buncha sound deadener onto the metal inbetween the metal of hte door and the plastic door panel correct?

Ball park, whats it worth for cost effective enough sound deadener to do two doors?


Anything else that should be done or checked? or am i essentially on the right track? Is sealing the doors likely to make a large difference?
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