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Alright, I've seen teaser pictures of them posted on Facebook and not a word about them here on the forum. Come on Aaron, Mark, Josh, someone, it's time to spill the beans!! Give us some details, basic information, something to satisfy the curiosity about them!! Please???
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Just got my GCON 12" am running a decent set of BA components up front and I now notice a gaping hole in midbass The GCON gets lower than I expected and the BA's are super crisp and clean on the highs but what can I use to fill the midbass? I am looking at the PWX or NeoPro 8" or 6.5"...which should I go with? I was leaning toward the PWX because of the price but I will only have around 100RMS to work with and the PWX are rated 200RMS! Will they sound good with 100RMS? any other suggestions, or is the NeoPro my best bet?