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Old 06-16-2004, 09:01 AM   #11
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I agree, but don't forget, we're talking about rear fill here.
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Good point. i accidently turned this post about 6by9s into a conversation about 18s sorry.
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I plan to use 2 12" subs.
i am just concerned if the midbass will suffer. Yeah its only rear fill, but all of the bass perviously came from the 6x9s. I am just trying to find ways to make my system perform better, and be a little unique I am going to use a plastic baffle to seal the woofers from the trunk, shouldnt this increase the midbass output a little?
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