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Ok I sure will. Found some amps tonight that should make for a decent install. Some Fosgate Punch 60.2 - hopefully that provides enough juice for these power hungry beasts.

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gotta give these a listen, thanks for the reviews.
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Slighly off topic. I was researching this speaker and noticed a few people use this song as a demo somg. Does any know what song this is, its starts at 5:49 YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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pretty sure it's 'Bass I Love You'
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let us know how you like them chithead
overall how do you like the mid bass mid range of the components(comparing them with massive audio ck6v)? I haven't made up my mind on what component to buy! Do they lack Midrange midbass? By the way what sub are you running? thinking about buying a Polk Audio MM1040.
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I'll definitely let you know once I get to listen to them. I had the Massive Audio CK6 before, so I can compare those for you.

That Polk subwoofer is nice, heard some very good reviews about it. I plan on using a 10" Boston G5 subwoofer.

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overall how do you like the mid bass mid range of the components(comparing them with massive audio ck6v)? I haven't made up my mind on what component to buy! Do they lack Midrange midbass? By the way what sub are you running? thinking about buying a Polk Audio MM1040.
Well, the massive audio had some stellar mid bass, but it even though it might pump out more than the jbl's, the jbl's are much much cleaner at it and are not slouches. the midrange is excellent. I particularly like the sound of an electric guitar out of these much better than anything else i ever had. they reproduce it very well imo. I really think they are much much better than the massive's and I really liked those comps. but these just outperform them in every way. Like I said, they may not pump out the gobs of mid bass that the massives did, but they are much cleaner and have great snap, much better snap than the massives.

on bass guitar you hear the string, you can really feel the plug and realistic sound of the note versus just hearing a bass sound. Im running and FI audio Q12 sub in a ported box made my niebur3 and it frickin rocks! In fact, his exact words about it were..."your sub rocks, this is stupid" lol

go for the jbl's you won't be disappointed, at least i don't think you will be.

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Well, the massive audio had some stellar mid bass, but it even though it might pump out more than the jbl's, the jbl's are much much cleaner at it and are not slouches. the midrange is excellent. I particularly like the sound of an electric guitar out of these much better than anything else i ever had. they reproduce it very well imo. I really think they are much much better than the massive's and I really liked those comps. but these just outperform them in every way. Like I said, they may not pump out the gobs of mid bass that the massives did, but they are much cleaner and have great snap, much better snap than the massives.

on bass guitar you hear the string, you can really feel the plug and realistic sound of the note versus just hearing a bass sound. Im running and FI audio Q12 sub in a ported box made my niebur3 and it frickin rocks! In fact, his exact words about it were..."your sub rocks, this is stupid" lol

go for the jbl's you won't be disappointed, at least i don't think you will be.


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In fact, I find a sub that is capable and box/tuning capable the sub taking over some of that region helps with overall impact! Think about it?
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well i agree with this fact. if i get what you are referring to. such as my sub lp at 80 and my mb hp at 63. it feel it does really well in the impact department. I still can't find enough good things about the box jerry built for me. the sub came to life and puts a smile on my face every time. it's unbelievable.

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There is a review of the MS 12" on TalkAudio.uk

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JBL MS12SD2 12 Inch Subwoofer - talkaudio.co.uk

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There is a review of the MS 12" on TalkAudio.uk
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For a moment, I thought aww cool an MS-12 processor!

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The guy who writes TalkAudio reviews says HAT Unity sounds better, but the relationship between this improvement and price increase is on logarithmic scale.
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Has anyone run the passives? I'm thinking of getting a set of the 62s for my jeep grand Cherokee. They'd be running on a pdx v9, either active using the amps crossovers or passive with the amp bridged, so 200 watts a side. Never tuned anything active before, little reluctant cause I'm sure I could find a way to smoke the tweeters, lol..
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I run the tweets at 2KHz 24db with about 70W of available power. I don't listen at max volume a lot, but loud enough to test their durability and they are holding up.

I still haven't hooked up the passives.

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Based on your great review and a few others, I ordered a set of these speakers. I plan on pairing them up with a Soundstream 4.760 and a pair of CDT ES-02 mid/tweeters, Pioneer 80PRS, JL Audio W1V2 12 and a Kenwood 1021 amp. Hopefully, after a litle tuning, I will have what I am after.

What freq/slope's do you have the 6.5" crossed over? How far away did you mount the tweeter from them?

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63Hz-2KHz. No more than 18", I think.

I doubt you need the ES-02. They play very well as a 2way.

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63Hz-2KHz. No more than 18", I think.

I doubt you need the ES-02. They play very well as a 2way.
You may be right about the ES-02. I was already planning on getting a set, but CDT was running a special on the AF-256/020 Accent Kit for $149 and I couldn't pass it up.

I planned to run the 6.5" in the door from 60-250 Hz or so and the ES-02 from 250 up. I was going to mount the 02 about 3" above the 6.5, but use a pod and point them toward the driver. That way, they won't be blocked by my legs. Then, mount the jbl tweeters on the sail panels, facing each other. I figured I would play with the crossover settings to see what works best. I've installed some nice stereos before, but never anything that I was impressed with enough to show off. I'm hoping I will do a better job this time.

Have you played with crossover slopes much? Can you tell a much difference between 12 and 24 db?

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BTW, my door is sealed up pretty well and it helps a lot.

My stint with active crossovers is short and during that time I have not had a great place to sit and tune. So I have not experimented a lot with slopes, just xover points. There is bountiful information on slopes here, and should give you some insight for tuning. Every car will have a different reaction to slopes anyway so I would not worry too much about what others use.

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BTW, my door is sealed up pretty well and it helps a lot.

My stint with active crossovers is short and during that time I have not had a great place to sit and tune. So I have not experimented a lot with slopes, just xover points. There is bountiful information on slopes here, and should give you some insight for tuning. Every car will have a different reaction to slopes anyway so I would not worry too much about what others use.
What is the fs of these tweeters?

2k seems very low for an inverted metal dome.

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What is the fs of these tweeters?

2k seems very low for an inverted metal dome.
I have looked for the x-over point of the factory jbl settings but I haven't found it yet.

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