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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby Ted_v2 » November 4th, 2019, 6:32 am

Doors rell proper. Legit cant see a piece of metal unless you looking for it. all covered.

https://www.amazon.com/JBL-GX-A604-435W ... B00I5WEB8C

using one channel per item, CDT component and a tweet. All setup active.

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby altec » November 8th, 2019, 6:48 pm

flip polarity on one side only....

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby Ted_v2 » November 9th, 2019, 9:15 pm

Okay, did some eq adjustments today and im reaching somewhere.

have the tweets crossed from 4k HPF
have the midbasses crossed at HPF 80hz, LPF 4k
Sub at 63hz
thats the crossover points. Didnt setup the time alignment as yet, but i dropped the DB slop on the mid-basses and lower the xo point to 80 and its alot better. def a noted improvement, having alot of issues with the pioneer app on my mobile and my deck, like if the deck doesnt see the phone, the settings does throw off, rell mess. cant fully utilize it

i should of listen to nerve wrecker and buy a 80prs and done.

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby nervewrecker » November 10th, 2019, 12:34 am

and use the rca's

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby rollingstock » November 11th, 2019, 6:18 pm

Standard or network mode?
Setting up network mode can be a crapshoot, I'm totally convinced that the network mode on the entry level pios are faulty or too hastily integrated.

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby Ted_v2 » November 11th, 2019, 9:14 pm

Network mode, its a middle end model. 4v 6 rca outs, Time alignment ect. network mode BT, wired mike

im beginning to think so as well.

lets put it this way, after spending almost 2500 for this deck and a 4 channel amp to get my whole front stage functioning to my best of my abilities , i would compare it to how it used to sound with deck power with a pair of passives.

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Re: what is a "best bang for your buck" 6.5 speaker?

Postby rollingstock » November 12th, 2019, 12:05 am

Try it in standard mode.
It was nice of pioneer to integrate the network mode in the lower end decks but it doesn't function properly.

I just switched it back to standard, my tweets are on passive crossovers, front and rear crossed at 65hz for daily listening, 80hz if I want to push it a bit. Sub on 65hz. Sounds much better than the network mode which always sounds like something is missing.

The network mode on the prs80 is on point but I wanted to integrate my factory cameras in the hu. And my pockets aren't deep enough for nex.

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