: audio people? tips on getting loudest from highs/mids



rp0420
04-07-09, 01:59 PM
What kinda of setup should i get? im looking for very loud highs and mids ive already got an idea og what i want as far as subs.iwant something very very loud, no such thing as too loud and is it possible to do this spending about $600? thankyou in advance

Submariner409
04-07-09, 03:46 PM
If you're looking for noise as opposed to something remotely resembling music (most car "audio"), then patch in a 10-band equalizer and whoop up the frequencies above 250 Hz. Wear ear plugs.

iowasevillests
04-07-09, 11:37 PM
+1 for the ear plugs.....to each their own but I don't see the point of throwing money at excessive volume levels so you can rattle the car apart and have partial hearing loss by the time you're 25.

Cadillac Davelle
04-14-09, 11:02 AM
so go with "pro audio" stuff, for example "electro voice" for 10" mids, (whatever sizes in the rest of the brands) seleniums, beyma, b&c, 18sound etc.

ur not going to get sound quality like you would from car audio but you will definitely be louder, and with a clarion eq, you will be straight, just tune it very well, and everything powered well and you'll definitely have some people rubbernecking lol

SPreston2001
04-14-09, 03:41 PM
So how would you wire a eq into the factory Bose stereo?

Cadillac Davelle
04-15-09, 07:27 PM
um i really dont think its possible, but im not 100% sure on that..

and if ur going for loud, then you might want to go with a complete aftermarket setup

timothyr
04-18-09, 04:10 PM
there are no solid solutions for adding to the bose in a cost effiective manner. On the seville I went with a 6" mid-bass driver, 4" midrange and 1 inch tweeter in each of the front doors, 2 6" mid-bass, 2 4" midrange in the rear deck, and 2 1" tweeters in the c-panels. built the crossovers myself, so cabin is 4 channels at 4 ohms, 275 watts RMS each (speakers are rated for 375 total each)...subs I am running 2 2 ohm 12" boston competitor radiator boxes powered at 750 RMS each.

all the way up there is no distortion. so you really have no clue how loud it truley is...get on the freeway at 80, all the windows down and no wind noise....the downside is when you stop you cant hear squat.

Sure you can make it rattle the car, but hey, anyone can hit, some of us prefer to enjoy the whole experience.