So I have had my ES Pro Horns in my car for the last year with very few issues and alot of joy and experimented with several mid bass options but im always curious about something different. Goals of my setup has always been a low key almost "stock" with great sound reproduction and range, hence why I went with the horns.
Originally, I was using my full body horns with a pair of Image Dynamics XS 69 but they wouldn't fit in my doors without serious mods and still not an option so sold them and purchased the XS57 5x7" mid basses and loved them, matched up well and sounded great. Unfortunately, my mid basses started to make some rude noises and had to send them back to Sonic Electronic for warranty claim. So next I picked up a pair of old school JBL 2118h 8" mid basses and ran them in homemade mdf kick panels in my car. (off the same amp, a Digital Design S4 (100w x 2 and 200w x 2 all at 4ohm). Definitely a big difference, and sounded amazing together but the lack of space in the kick panels on both sides of the car left something to be desired (though I imagine fiberglass kicks might be better).
Looking though some older threads I saw theses which have been mention several times
Eighteen Sound Speakers - Eighteen Sound 6ND430 - Eighteen Sound 6ND430 6.5" woofer has a lightweight neodymium magnet. Eighteen Sound 6ND430 6.5" subwoofers are available here. 18 Sound speaker components.
If i wanted to mount these in my doors sealed, would it be a good option?
If i did, how would the fair say from 100hz to 1200hz? bandpass with a set of the Full Body Pro Horns?
I do admit, I have been considering upgrading to some custom fiberglass work and either doing a set of Beyma 8G40s 8" in custom ported fiberglass door panels or a pair of JBL 2206 12" midbass drivers in a fiberglass door panel, and upgrade to the Ultra compression drivers, but I think for right now since my car is my daily and I have a girlfriend with 3 kids, id like to keep it as practical as possible.
As always, any and all opinions are greatly appreciated thanks!