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Old 8th March 2006, 02:27 AM   #11
mista2 is offline mista2  United States
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Originally posted by ocool_15
i thought someone would have mentioned the adire audio extremis
or perhaps the TB tang band has the W6-1139SC 6.5".

or the elemental designs eu-700 midwoofer, have a pair in my car that recently replaced a pair of the W6-1139SC for power handling reasons. I'm very happy with their mid kick! A bit more expensive than the Tang Band's, and cheaper than the Extremis...
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Old 8th March 2006, 02:44 AM   #12
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Hi Mista2,

Did you use your tangbangs & Eu-700 in your doors or in a custom enclosure? I'm considering them but i'm not sure if the mounting depth is too deep for my doors

thanks

ps. which amp are you using to power them?
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