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    Default MM vs. db components

    How much of a difference is there between the db and MM 6.5 inch components? Crutchfield has them on sale for 199 on onlinecarstereo.com which seems like a really good deal. Is there significantly better midbass and midrange clarity compared to the dbs?

    Also, they say the tweeters can swivel, how much can they swivel exactly?

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    They dont swivel that much. Maybe a few degrees. It still helps but dont expect a ton.

    And yes, the MM's are markedly better than the entry level DB's. I recommend them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
    They dont swivel that much. Maybe a few degrees. It still helps but dont expect a ton.

    And yes, the MM's are markedly better than the entry level DB's. I recommend them.
    Agreed. The greatest improvement will be the punchy midbass the MM's provide.

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