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Old 23rd May 2012, 12:23 AM   #1
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So, Im building a car and im on the part lol. So far I have

Infinity Kappa 63.9 6.25" speakers in the front and back.
Logic 2000 watt amp
Image Dynamics IDMAX12 V.3 D4 Sub
Logic Momo 3000 watt amp
Image Dynamics xs28 28MM SILK DOME TWEETERS PAIR 1"

I want speakers in the rear deck. Midbass or midrange.

I read that midbass is going to play your lower frequencies like up to 60 hz or wherever you set your crossover and midrange will play the frequencies between your midbass and tweeter. So maybe 1 of each?

Is a capacitor needed? Im also going to do the big 3 upgrade when I put in my new motor...along with a high output alternator and a separate battery in the back to run the system.
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