2011 Prius rsx gs9>apl1 >helix dsp ultra>2 brax mx4’s &jl Audio 600/1> full focal Utopia m
Yes i would have agreed by adding the mid range speakers make huge differences. Let alone the 3,5WM's, other high end mids too make differences.I'm thinking of picking up the 3.5WM's this coming week and installing in the A pillars. I have a 2019 Honda Accord Sport with 6WM's in the doors and TBM's in the sail panel. I'll have the TUN (JL Audio VXi amp) done by a dealer that I trust here in Phoenix, so I'm confident they can do a good job whether it's the 2-way or 3-way.
The Focal folks mention it will be a night/day difference to add the 3.5WM's to my existing setup, and the dealer thinks it's about a 25% improvement. What do you think?
It would be hard to put a percentage on what the improvement will be... but I wouldn't argue the 25% figure.The Focal folks mention it will be a night/day difference to add the 3.5WM's to my existing setup, and the dealer thinks it's about a 25% improvement. What do you think?
My friend has them - he never installed them. I was trying to sell them on his behalf.Elektra had a set for sale, he should have first hand knowledge about them vs the M’s
For that much difference in price I would first try to audition both before buying, that’s a lot of money to spend and you might not like the way whichever you choose soundsReally close to pulling the trigger on some Bliesma T25B-6s and still undecided midrange. I keep telling myself to just pony up for the Focal Ms because you guys are making me drool and breathe heavy(er), but I just can't get past spending $1750 vs $530. I can afford it, but that doesn't mean it's a sound purchase. I ran into the same dilemma when I was shopping for headphones in the spring. The price of the Utopias is just a little too extreme so I settled on the Focal Elex (which has admittedly has been a 'meh' experience).