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    Re: Front stage help

    . . . Cool !

    Get em in , then "Crank em up " !

    XSP6ACT w/29 mm tweeter might work , saw there are 4 videos @ Sonic Electronix
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    Re: Front stage help

    Steve does tech support for NVX , said he has not heard them personally , but everyone likes them !
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    Re: Front stage help

    That PRS set in the for sale section is a legit set. Once a DIYMA boner. I love the mids in that set.

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    Re: Front stage help

    Quote Originally Posted by Unpredictableacts View Post
    That PRS set in the for sale section is a legit set. Once a DIYMA boner. I love the mids in that set.
    And those drivers could take abuse like nothing I've ever seen...at least knowing how the guy that ran his set for years rocked out. At least the mids could. Don't know much about the durability of the tweets.
    There is a rose in Spanish Harlem...BLAT, BLAT BLAT BLAT, BLAT BLAT BLAT, BLAT BLAT...

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    Re: Front stage help

    That PRS set in the for sale section is a legit set. Once a DIYMA boner. I love the mids in that set.

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    Re: Front stage help

    Oops double post. The tweeters can play smooth but need cut.

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    Re: Front stage help

    I liked the set that I had. Ran them for several years, beat the crap outta them and never had an issue
    Hillbilly and Carl (unpredicatable) both heard the set in my car, and without any eq. Never been much on messing with eq.
    I would tender running a set again, but for the price you can get the nvx set for- I think that is the way I would lean. Even having not heard them myself. From what some people I know like vs their thoughts on those nvx- seems would be hard to not be happy with them. And the value seems to be there

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    Re: Front stage help

    Carl were your cuts between 2,000 and 5,000 hz ?

    Human hearing is most sensitive around 3,500 to 4,000 hz.

    Personally , I prefer attenuation to boost .

    I had an EE tell me Zuki amps ( Eleets ) had extra bass in em , made me happy to know they required cut not boost .
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    Re: Front stage help

    wow, I didnt notice that there was a PRS comp set in the classies.
    I do know that I beat on mine like there was no tomorrow and never had an issue. when I took them out of the door of my cobalt after about 6 years of service, they still looked rather nice. The mdf baffle they were mounted on looked like a horses tail. The only real blemishes were the screw connectors on the mids were a bit rusted. the cones still looked like new and the leather surrounds still looked new

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    Re: Front stage help

    If the fuse by battery was smaller , it might " BURN " intstead of wire meltin ( just a thought ).

    Fuses might be a lil less costly than wire . Reason I mention this , is I saw 2 guys jump out of an SUV after leaving the place where the system was installed , couldn't handle the smell of insulation burning ! [ less than 100 yards from the place ].


    The installer said the power wire had started to melt and the amp was shot. So replaced it w the NVX for a cheap fix. Still the random shorting noise happened. While later is when the fronts went down. So, hopefully that doesn't happen again
    " High power handling, low distortion and 9mm of linear one-way excursion make the GB60 a great foundation of any main speaker system. Mounting depth of under 2-3/4” makes installation "

    The Audiofrog GB15. Audiofrog GS60 is a great way to go ! Maybe a Morel tweeter , too !

    CAT 308 @ parts express with a coupon might be affordable !

    Specs look good , fs = 700 hz , can handle 200 watts , 1 1/8" soft dome.
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