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What to get... 2ways or 3ways?

 

tips
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i was wondering if it was better to put 3ways in rear and front, or 2ways in back and 3ways in front. what difference does it make?
i might use an amp for speakers, but dont have subs, but i will have the alpine 9830.

check out my other thread for more info on the speakers im plannin on usin for this:
https://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/car-audio/116761.html
 

tips
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anyone?
 

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Username: Stylnul

Victorville, CA US

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jan-05
two ways offer an accurate sound quality, three-ways add a midrange tweeter to get an even more accurate sound, leaving the small tweeter from just getting the pure highs, go for the three ways you'll usually get more power from those
 

Twain
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IMO 3ways front and 2ways rear. Cuz 3ways are brighter then 2ways. This'll give u a clearer frontstage.
 

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Username: Tips

Post Number: 3
Registered: Jan-05
well, i dont really have "rear" speakers... my rear speakers are on the rear doors, so they're kinda behind my seat, in front of anyone sitting in the back, not above the trunk. does that make a difference? is that a good thing or a bad thing?
 

Twain Yo
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I think this would be something similar...
https://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/car-audio/117037.html
 

Twain Yo
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Well for me i dont like anything behind me to sound high cuz it takes away the 'focus' from the front. Generally speaking, your highs (vocals,treble..etc) should be infront and anything bass in the rear since those are less directional.
That is, unless u care about what ur rear passengers are getting ..
 

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Username: Tips

Post Number: 11
Registered: Jan-05
aite. thanx for the info. ill go with the clear front and the 2ways in the back.
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