Lol.. Well I know my setup isnt anything close to an audiophile setup. All my point was It doesnt cost much to get "good", not meaning audiophile sound, Thats if u get lucky which I happened to get, And my amp is such a good amp it really has good crossovers in it, therefore decent sound, I didnt say It was cheap to get an audiophile set.. Im sure it would cost about 5k starters to get that..But for acceptable sound, im sure it can be done for about 1000$ And really im happy with my amp, im sure some of u know the akai, its more than enuf for what i need, So all id be needing to get is good subs, mids n tweets, and my subs are excellent as they r so rlly only need to start with tweets n mids, And possibly some 3 way splitter crossovers, I happen to have big cabinets that hold a 12inch subm 6 inch mid, and 4 inch tweeter.. But I was thinking about this too, Would it be a better idea to get a different sub box, and keep the sub seperate from the mids n tweeters, with its own frequency, and then get a smaller mid sub more for voice, Cause atm my pounders are in same cabinet as mids n tweets.
Theres so many speakers out there, so confusing too, some people say get bose, some people say martin logan, some say this n that,
All I know is im sitting here right now, I can hear every symbol, the voice is clear, bass isnt crappy and rumbly like most people like in there car. And All im using is a akai 2800 sterio amp, and a technics eq, hooked into my computer.
Is it possible to have multiple tweeters and mids subs in a box, EX: $ tweeters, one with a crossover at 10khz for example, and other at 3.3khz and so on, so each tweeter gets a specific frequency.
I also wanna balance clarity with durability, As long as its listenable, I dont expect the top rated benchmark system, As long as its decent. But one thing Ive learned, is it isnt just all about the speakers you use. Its also the filtering you use, and how long u tweak things for better sound, If I was to hook my speakers to any other generic system, it would sound crappy.