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    #16
    Luke-

    I have your 4-channel PCN for my front stage and just realized that I may need to do a coaxial-mounted tweeter (like above) in the rear of my convertible. I would be using the Dayton midbass that Clay used in his install, potentially paired with the OEM e30 Premium tweeters.

    Is there an off-the-shelf (read: affordable) passive crossover option for that combo?
    Patrick Henry

    1989 325iC build: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=316880


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      #17
      Originally posted by phenryiv1 View Post
      Luke-

      I have your 4-channel PCN for my front stage and just realized that I may need to do a coaxial-mounted tweeter (like above) in the rear of my convertible. I would be using the Dayton midbass that Clay used in his install, potentially paired with the OEM e30 Premium tweeters.

      Is there an off-the-shelf (read: affordable) passive crossover option for that combo?
      Old Thread, I know, but what did you end up with. Im looking to do E34 Premium with Dayton Tweeters up front, and maybe E34 Rear speakers with E34 Tweeters in my Vert unless your setup with the daytons worked considering it will save me some cash.

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        #18
        Originally posted by tito12121 View Post
        Old Thread, I know, but what did you end up with. Im looking to do E34 Premium with Dayton Tweeters up front, and maybe E34 Rear speakers with E34 Tweeters in my Vert unless your setup with the daytons worked considering it will save me some cash.
        I ended up running coaxials in the rear (just some Pioneer TS-A 5.25" 2-ways) and the E34 midbass up front wiht the GAS Local PCN handling crossover duty.

        Here is my audio thread: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=357472
        Patrick Henry

        1989 325iC build: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=316880


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          #19
          I didn't have much luck fitting E34 midranges in my vert's rear because of the magnet size I think. Anyone here have any tips or tricks on how they got it to work?

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            #20
            Originally posted by Cairn View Post
            I didn't have much luck fitting E34 midranges in my vert's rear because of the magnet size I think. Anyone here have any tips or tricks on how they got it to work?
            Focus on the front stage! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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