Im actually dying to hear the GB 60s.
I’m looking at the GS series. Just need a 6x9 and a tweeter combo. I haven’t ever heard any high end-ish setups, let alone 6x9s as a whole. Comparing the Unity from Hybrid and the GS.AF GB60 is known to have some of the most midbass of any 6.5 on the market. I’m not saying the absolute most but I’m not sure what would have more.
Or are you asking for the most midbass in a 6.5” speaker that doesn’t cost over $300? $500?
a guy has won finals in his category with just the u69 and u2 as a wideband, and no subwoofer...cuz that particular comparison is not even close. I am not a AF is the only way by any means, but in this comparison...go AF.
I have not used those but have owned and tried the ScanSpeak Illuminator 18WU which are better by many accounts. They are really, really good midbass / midrange with lots of bass, but are terribly difficult to install for most people due to their depth. I took those out and replaced with the GB60 and I was seriously impressed by them. The GB60 can nearly keep up with the illuminators and are much more install friendly and not to mention, designed for the harshness of the car environment. Also somebody mentioned the ScanSpeak 12MU, I have tried those as well. They are an awesome sounding midrange but really need to be installed in a sealed enclosure to really shine. Again, not designed for the car environment. Seriously, the GB line is really good and install friendly. At the higher end of AF, ScanSpeak, DynAudio, Morel, etc etc it is really less about the speakers than it is about install and tuning.ScanSpeak Revelator 18W vs Audiofrog G60?
back in the day those scanspeak revelators were super popular. i never got a chance to listen to a pair. are they still relevant?
Over at CarAudioJunkies I modeled these and others for Hillbilly just recently with Bassbox pro and posted the graphs. The AFGs690 models better for midbass over the shallow unity.Ill say more so, which one would provide me more midbass? That’s what I’m after. On 100w a speaker or so.
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Agreed, a lot of people forget that and tuning with the DSP is paramount to get right. Fail anywhere along the whole process and like a weak link in a chain it will have a less than desirable outcome. Having low distortion high qaulity and high output drivers does make getting the best sound easiest to attain. The frogs are proven high qaulity high output and low distortion with installation accessories that make that installation easier. Yeah there are arguably better drivers out there and certainly ones that cost even more so. That will always be a factor no matter the brand.Did the OP get convinced yet to go with AF's haha? It's funny how we can model everything before goes into our vehicles but it still doesn't always determine the best in car outcomes. Acoustical variables are inherent in every vehicle so nothing seems to beat a good ole fashion install and a listen. I've learned over the last 25+ years that the only rule is there are no rules and no two installs are the same.