I have a 2006 crew cab chevy silverado too
Thats what I'm wondering, I don't see a question mark anywhere.whats your question exactly? lol
what would be some good mids and highs for his setup and power.lolThats what I'm wondering, I don't see a question mark anywhere.
Check out a Hertz 3-way set. ESK163 or HSK163. Both are great.Really want a tweet, a 4" or simliar mid, and a 6.5
Ill be sure and pick up a couple pair,,,,,,,right after I win the lotteryloud
takes a good amount of power
^^I'd take this man's advice. If I posted a thread and he gave me advice, I'd honor that advice.Would be easier to answer if he would post what he's looking for in terms of loudness, SQ, budget, and what subs/power he's running. If I had to base on whats posted. Do a set of ID horns and dual CX62 per side. t600-4 can run a CX62 per channel. Then t400.4 bridged to each horn.
Why? It seems like you're just wanting a ton of speakers in your doors to be loud to keep up with your substage. I don't feel like the midrange and midbass are necessary.Really want a tweet, a 4" or simliar mid, and a 6.5