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Stereo gurus, i call you all once again =) (long) (archive)

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Posted by Dan on April 27, 2000 at 00:02:16:

I posted this earlier, but i was just wondering one thing. The 5 1/4 can be seperated from the tweeter, and i was wondering would it be better to leave the tweeter in the kicker area or seperate them and put the tweeter in the stock tweeter location? Also any input from the quality of these speakers would also be appreciated (thanks J and Brian) from more people. Also, if i leave them both in the 5 1/4 locations do the crossovers need to be used? And one last thing, if i do leave them both in the 5 1/4 location, then should i get something else to replace the mid and the tweeters or is that just really funky?
Dan
p.s. thanks a lot guys for all the help in the past.

Diamond audio m255i motorsports speakers
Are these speakers any good for the front? Would it be better to leave them together and integrated or seperate them and put the tweeter in the stock location? Thanks.
Daniel
96 328is
2 way,
Main Driver: 5 1/4", freq resp: 55 Hz - 25 kHz, Din Power RMS: 75w, Nominal impedance: 4 ohm, maximum power:
150w, sensivity @ 2.83v/1m: 90dB, Crossover design (4 kHz): 24dB, Mounting Depth: 64mm (2 5/8"), Cone material:
Woven Kevlar & glass fiber, Tweeter: 3/4" AIMPOINT alloy DOME tweeter swivel flush mount, Surround: Butyl
Rubber, Motor structur: Barium Ferrite magnet,




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